2 Girls, a Gravel Road, and a Herd of Cows

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Dublin, Part Two

Our trip has come full circle and back to Dublin it is. This time, we are staying at the other end of the river, closer to Phoenix Park and across from the Guinness Storehouse, at the Ashling Hotel. I will say that being on this […]

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Dublin, Part One

Oh, Dublin.  Planes, trains, and automobiles and we finally arrived in this incredible city.  We stayed at the Blooms Hotel, quaint, easy to access from the airport via Airlink (the stop is a block away) and our quad room had a nice balcony.  While I […]

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A Day in Kinsale

After leaving the sleepy, seaside town of Ballycotton, we made our way to Kinsale, a little fishing town about an hour and half north on the way to Killarney. The stop was for a food tour recommended by a friend. Our guide, Suzanne, recently started […]

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Toronto in the Winter

Where to begin? Y’all, I could go on, and on, and on about this city. It’s beautiful, it’s clean, the people are so friendly, the food is AMAZING, the drinks are strong and delicious.  The city is on the water, but surrounded by nature, making it […]

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