Cliff Walks in Ireland
How are you doing?
As Dublin needs some time to set up new exciting events, I’ll suggest some other
nice things you can do around the city.
11.01. – 16.01.2016
Pygmalion is one of my favourite Pubs in the city. It’s the perfect place to have a drink or maybe two or three, after all that highly effective studying you’ve done in Everest. It’s close to Stephen’s Green and Grafton Street. You can also sit outside underneath heating lamps. Have a look and let me know if you like it as much as I do. The address is Powerscourt Town Centre, South William Street, Dublin 2. Check it out
Wall and Keogh
Are you looking for a small cozy place to have a cup of tea or a coffee? Wall and Keogh won’t disappoint you! It’s a good place to rest and improve your English while talking to friends or people that you just met. They also offer some snacks. You can find it in 45 Richmond St. South Portobello. Dublin 02. Check it out
Pick a nice, sunny day and take the dart to Howth. Howth is well known for their fish & chips but not only this. You should also have a look at the nice small fishing town or take the opportunity to have a cliff walk. If you are lucky, you might see a seal. It takes you about 40 minutes to get there by dart from Tara Street.
Cliff Walk Bray to Greystones
Another great cliff walk is the one from Bray to Greystones. It’s 6km long with beautiful landscape. I did it last weekend and I really recommend to go on a dry day, otherwise it’s going to be an even more exciting adventure! Depending on how fast you walk and how many pictures you take, will it take you around 1.5 to 2 hours to get to Greystones. Greystones is a beautiful little town! Afterwards have a well deserved vegan meal in “The Happy Pear”. That’s the place with the long cue of people in front. It takes you around 55 minutes from Tara Street to Bray by dart.
Enjoy your week!