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    In Dublin, I would definitely recommend seeing Trinity, checking out the whole Temple Bar area for good bars, cafes, etc. as well as St. Patrick's cathedral. over 6 years ago

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    In Galway there aren't big "sights" per se but I loved wandering the shops around Barnacle Quay and walking to the waterfront. over 6 years ago

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    Start in Dublin, get the Dublin Hop on Hop Off Bus Tour from Stephens Green http://www.dublinsightseeing.ie/ there is just so much to see and do in Dublin... check out Phoenix Park, where the President of Ireland lives, and home of Dublin zoo, one of the world’s oldest, yet modern zoos. Hop off at the Guinness Storehouse http://www.guinness-storehouse.com . Go wandering through the parks at Stephens Green. Shopping down Grafton Street. And most importantly head to the area in the city known as Temple Bar..full of bars, music and craic! Restaurants: Sixty6 gets great reviews, check out: http://www.timeout.com/dublin/dublin/venue/1%3A5232/sixty6

    Now I'm a Galway Girl! So Galway... It's a small "city" (town really!) So you don't need to get any sightseeing buses. Start in Eyre Square and work your way down the cobble stones of Shop Street, stopping into the few shops along the way. Turn down the little side streets and you'll find some nifty little quirkey shops down there, vintage clothes, candy sweets, bakeries...etc. Further down shop street you'll head down to Quay Street and this is where the fun starts, you'll have great fun and meet some really interesting people in Tigh Neachtains, Taffes, Tigh Coilis and The Quays. Have a pint and listen to traditional irish music in taffes and Tigh Coilis. Have dinner in Martines, or Artisan. Have lunch in the little cafe beside Wooden Heart if you want to see what it's like to go eat in an Irish grannies house, love their soup and sandwiches! Get the chips in McDonaghs... Here's a secret place we don't tell the tourists about...go over the bridge at Spanish Arch to the West End...go to Kai Cafe/Restaurant: http://www.kaicaferestaurant.com/ then wander back from Kai and check out spots on that street. Check out music on Roisin Dubh and Go dancing upstairs in the Quays or Monroes later on. The next day, walk down past Spanish Arch and out to the swans in Claddagh. Keep walking to Salthill beach and wander along the prom. Get a car or bus and take a spin out to Connemara or Carraroe. And make sure you go to the Aran Islands, Inis Mor in particular and rent a bike and cycle around! Talk to the locals...!:) over 6 years ago

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    Dublin - sights Guinness storehouse, tandem bikes in Phoenix park, leprechaun museum, live music in Temple bar
    Restaurants - dunne and crescenzis, crackbird, rustic stone

    Belfast - sights - Titanic, giants causeway, black taxi cab tour
    restaurants - darcy's, beatric kennedys, deane's

    galway sights - walk the pedestrianised streets, aran island visit, walk in connamara over 6 years ago

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    Book of kells indublin at trinity. Also aran isles off coast of galway. Loved dingle too! about 6 years ago

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