After our BlogHouse event in the southern part of Ireland, I went back up to Dublin to hang out, get some work done, and also have the chance to see some of my good blogging friends at a travel blogging conference that going on conveniently right there in town.
Dublin is a great little city. The population is about half a million, which seems small for a capital city. It is an easy town to walk around and just feels to me like a comfortable shoe feels on my foot.
Hopefully a waterproof shoe.
I’ve done Dublin three times now and though I do really like it, next time I head back to Ireland, I need to make sure to get out and experience the wide variety that is on display there. Time to get out of my Dublin comfort zone and see more of the Emerald Island.
But in the meantime, I hope you enjoy a few of my photos from my very brief stay there this time.
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I am trying to hit 5,000 Instagram followers by the end of the year and am only at about 3,500, so I’ve got a ways to go in my goal. Thanks so much!
Like I said, I wasn’t the only blogger in town that week. My very good friend and business partner, Ayngelina of Bacon is Magic, took a bunch of photos that can be found here. She even took some non-food photographs!
While in Dublin, we were fortunate to have our lodging taken care of by Citybase serviced apartments. One bonus to having an apartment, over some of the other options I have stayed at in the past, is simply the ability to spread out your things and relax. I got a good bit of work done there and I owe a good bit of thanks to Citybase for sponsoring our stay and allowing that to happen.
But that being said, I liked it so much that Ayngelina and I tried to rent another one of their places for the extra few days we were in Dublin, but alas, they were all booked up. Popular in this case does mean good, in my opinion.