The one thing that surprised me the most about Dublin was how colorful every door is, every street corner is… who knew a country with such a dramatic & often tragic history would be so colorful? You might also like… Dublin Walking Tour Eating & Drinking in Dublin Dublin’s Cathedrals
Summer is in full swing, especially in sticky, hot & humid DC. I’d admit that it’s not my favorite season, but I’ll take feeling sun on my face over shoveling snow any day. Today’s FriFotos theme is summer & I had fun digging through my photo archives to see how I’d documented the season around the world. […]
Our first night in Ireland, we knew we’d be super tired from traveling, but wanted to hit the ground running & take advantage of our limited time in Dublin. What better way to settle in than on the famous Musical Pub Crawl. Visiting some of Dublin’s best pubs, this pub crawl combined two things that the […]
I love exploring churches when we travel & Dublin was no exception. Their stunning churches, including one named after the patron saint of Ireland, were worth a few Euros admission. Christ Church Cathedral The cathedral for the Church of Ireland (although some Catholics may argue that it’s still their Dublin cathedral), this stunning urban cathedral […]
While we were in Dublin, there was one thing that was absolutely on our must do list: a tour of the Guinness Storehouse. I’ve already told you that back home in the US of A, we’re not big Guinness fans. But everyone promised that the Guinness in Ireland would taste better & that the Guinness […]
Tomorrow is America’s 239th birthday (but she doesn’t look a day over 25!) so it’s fitting that today’s #FriFotos theme is America. Over my three decades of living here, I’ve loved being an American, hated being an American, been embarrassed to be an American, & felt overwhelming pride being an American. I’ve practically burst with patriotism when […]
When we were planning our trip to Dublin, I knew so little about the city that I didn’t really have a bucket list of places to explore. One place, though, that immediately jumped out at me from my ever expanding travel bucket list was the Long Room in the Old Library at Trinity College. I had to […]
It’s no secret that the Wild Atlantic Way in Ireland is awesome. Every year, thousands of visitors drive along the rugged Atlantic coastline (which reminded me a lot of coastal Maine). We spent one afternoon driving along a small portion of it located in County Clare. The ocean scenery was absolutely stunning! We loved driving […]
I'm a D.I.N.K. (Double Income, No Kids). Follow along as B (that would be my husband) & I travel the world, blissfully unburdened by strollers, diaper bags & Elmo-related meltdowns. I'll be the one with my toes dug in the sand, pontificating about my love of NYC, a cup of coffee in one hand, a local craft beer in the other & a camera slung over my shoulder.
I usually pay my own way for the experiences shared here. Sometimes I don't. If something is comp'd, you'll always know. Regardless, you'll always get my honest experiences & honest opinions - the good, the bad, the ugly & the fabulous.