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  1. Default What to do and see in Dublin

    Hi!

    I'm travelling to Dublin in a couple of days, going to stay from Friday to Monday. We're four guys, and not too familiar with what there is to do and see in Dublin - except for going to the Guinness Skybar... any recommendations?

    Oh, we're Norwegian.

    incu
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    I'll be very lazy and just provide a link ...

    Things to do in Dublin,Ireland. Great days out , party ideas, kids camps and places to visit.

    Enjoy your time here and do pop into see some of our lovely escorts if you cant pull a girl in temple bar !
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    Trinity College / Book of Kells worth a look.

    If you're into art the national gallery is not too bad and just around the corner from trinity (skip the modern art musuem though).

    If you can, a trip to Glendalough in Wicklow is well worthwhile - you'll see an example of a round tower built to keep vikings like yourselves out!

    To be honest though, I'd suggest you do what the rest of us do here - find a good pub and get smashed!

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    There are 257 escorts in Dublin at the moment, that should take a few days.

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    Never saw EI as a tourist infomation website but its a good start. Have a good weekend I am sure ye will.

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    The skybar is great i would stay a way from temple bar if you are going for a drink although the pubs are great it is the most expensive place in dublin to have a pint.Try a bus tour of the coast not sure how much this cost but at least you see more of dublin and not just the city center.Enjoy your stay.

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    Thanks for all the replies and suggestions. Looking for things to do on tourist webpages only give you the same places - I prefer to see cities more from the locals point of view - so getting smashed at the pubs it is!

    All of your feedback is much appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hd7055 View Post
    Trinity College / Book of Kells worth a look.

    If you're into art the national gallery is not too bad and just around the corner from trinity (skip the modern art musuem though).

    If you can, a trip to Glendalough in Wicklow is well worthwhile - you'll see an example of a round tower built to keep vikings like yourselves out!

    To be honest though, I'd suggest you do what the rest of us do here - find a good pub and get smashed!
    Cheers mate, I'll definitely try to get to Glendalough!

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    Open top bus tours are good fun, as long as its not raining.

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    hi

    hope your weekend went well - do tell what you got up to!

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