Ireland and Scotland trip 17-30.08.2007
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Arrived in Baile Atha Cliath (Dublin) via Budapest (Hungary) â€˘ Frankfurt (Germany). What can I say about Dublin: brilliant, fantastic, magnetic! I love it! I loved my time in Scotland but I simply adore Ireland. Definitely you must go! People are the friendliest in the world, best beer on the planet, great parties and good time (â€ścraicâ€ť as they say).
So after a few days in Dublin, went south to Limerick. I took a bus and managed to see the countryside and believe me Iâ€™ve never seen hills greener than that. Limerick is nice, spent 2 days there and then went to Galway, on the west coast of Ireland. Galway is great, full of young people, pubs and vibrant night life. After 2 days there I went to the Cliffs of Moher and the in the Burren. What can I say about the sights! Simply beautiful and breathtaking, especially if you get them on a sunny day.
Next I was back in Dublin and took a plain to Glasgow where Iâ€™ve spent the weekend and saw my team playing a match (they won 5-0 btw).
Back in Dublin where I stayed a few days more to explore the city. I fully recommend you take a Sightseeing Bus Tour. I managed to see most of Dublin main attractions in one day. The buses work on â€śhop on hop offâ€ť rule so you can stay as much as you want in one place and then get the next bus (busses come every 15-20 minutes â€˘ just remember where the station is).
Ps: I also got lucky with the weather, it was sunny 90% of the time, I even got a tan :)