Ah, my fair auld city of Dublin! Boasting a population with a healthy mix of drunkards and sarahvonderheide.com bards, Dublin is crammed full of people and places of interest. In fact, it’s so full of interesting things to do, that it’s almost impossible to decide what you, the backpacker, should do while you reside at Isaacs.
1. Walking Tour
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2. Kilmainham Gaol
Time to learn something about the history of Dublin’s (and indeed, Ireland’s) identity – but don’t worry, it’s not boring, I promise. There’s even fighting and everything! If you want to know anything about how Ireland came about to be the country it is http://sarahvonderheide.com/online-viagra-cheap now, paying the student price of €2 for Kilmainham Gaol is well worth it. You will learn all about our revolutionaries heroes, the political and penal history of the country, as well as see a location that has been used in many films. What a place!
3. Guinness Storehouse
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The tour around the Storehouse is almost self-guided, meaning that you can take your time to enjoy each step of the brewing process., before ascending to the Sky Bar, pouring your own pint of the black stuff and enjoy it whilst having the best view of the city. Simply magical.
4. Phoenix Park
Now let’s get in some of the green stuff! Phoenix Park is one of achillcamping.com the largest parks in Europe, and with the weather in Dublin steadily improving (the rain is warmer), take advantage of it. Home to the President of Ireland, as well lots of wildlife (not in the same house. I think), Phoenix Park is a beautiful, lush landscape. Bring a Frisbee, a camera and try to sneak into the zoo. If you manage to break some of the animals free, prepare for a pleasant a-tiger-is-chasing-me jog.
5. Hostels Pub crawl
Right! Drinking time! €12 for a free welcome Guinness, a free shot in every bar, VIP sections, drink discounts, free club entry and beer pong. I literally don’t need to say anymore than that.
…being chased by tigers is scary.
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