By now, you're probably aware that I spent last spring in Dublin, studying at the Dublin Institute of Technology. It was one of the best decisions I have ever made, and I absolutely fell in love with Ireland. The scenery, the friendly people, the culture--all of it. Conveniently, choosing the spring semester meant that I was in Dublin for St. Patrick's Day. If you haven't experienced a true Irish celebration of St. Patrick's Day, it is something you need to add to your bucket
Most people will tell you that winter is the perfect time to escape the cold and find a warm, tropical beach where you can sink your toes into the sand. I am not one of them. Growing up in Florida, my experiences with cold weather, let alone snow, were few and far between. So whenever I have an opportunity to experience either, I take it. If you live in the colder parts of the world, snow is probably the last thing you want to see when you are traveling. I am here to change y
Ah, Dublin. How can I possibly express my love for this city in a brief manner? The answer: I can't. Which is why it's time to buckle up and be prepared to read a very comprehensive list of all kinds of activities to do during your stay in Dublin. Whether you're going for a weekend or six months, it will be difficult to get bored with this list in hand. With such an extensive list of activities, you'll need nourishment to give you all of the energy you need to see the sights.
No matter where you travel, one of the things you must do is eat. But when you live in a new place and have a kitchen to cook in like I did, it's best to limit the amount of times you eat out. Of course, that didn't stop me from trying out all different kinds of restaurants in Dublin. Below I created a list (and a map!) of the best places to eat in Dublin. These restaurants cover everything from Irish breakfast, to Indian food, to the best Chipotle imitators and even a place