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Walk the Grand Canal in Dublin to this wonderful Sunday brunch spot along the canal. It is a short walk from city centre, Ranalegh, Ballsbridge, or the Grand Canal Dock Dart station. #DublinBrunch  
Dublin Eats - Sunday Lunch at Brasserie Le Pont
We've passed the elegant Georgian Building just off of Leeson Street where it intersects the Grand Canal in Dublin countless times in our four plus years in Dublin but it was only just recently that we stepped inside for Sunday lunch at Brasserie Le Pont . ...

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Dublin is much more than Irish pubs. When the sun is shining (which is more often does that most think), these free city walks (self-guided of course) are just the ticket.
Get outside and go beyond the tourist attractions (like the #1 thing to do in Dublin - you guessed it! The Guinness factory) and take a top 10 walking trail in #Dublin #Ireland. #DublinWalks  
Strutting our stuff around Dublin 

Walking is one of my favorite ways to explore a city.  +SubscribeDublin put together a great list of some of our favorite urban walks in Dublin.

#Dublin #Ireland #urbantravel #takewalks

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10 Top Walks in Dublin For Locals and Tourist
Read our picks for the best walks to take in Dublin City including along the Grand Canal, in the Botanic Gardens of Ireland, and to the Poolbeg Lighthouse along the Irish Sea.
What is your favourite walking path in Dublin? View the new Top 10 list on 
#DublinWalks   #Dublin   #Ireland  

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It's OK if you don't like to visit museums, churches, or historic sites in Europe.  I often travel to European destinations for the food.  Here are the Top 12 Food Halls and Farmers Markets in Europe as posted by +Sidewalk Safari.  And 2 are located here in Ireland! 

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Halloween in Dublin, Ireland with Dracula
The second annual Bram Stoker festival is coming to Dublin in time for the October (let's call it "Halloween") bank holiday.  Too bad they didn't extend the scary-fun event to the 31st when the real vampires come out in the night! 

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The Harcourt and Camden Street vicinity is Dublin is chock-full of interesting cafes and places to grab a cup of coffee (and a baked treat) on the way to work.  Here is a review of one such place...
We are spoiled for choice when it comes to great coffee shops in Dublin. If you have a sweet tooth, check out The Bird Cage. 

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Author talks top Irish & International writes & academics - hear them speak at the Dalkey Book Festival starting this Thursday in Dalkey, Ireland.

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Did you say 'Monorail'?! The Very Best of Broadway appearing live on stage the the Mill Theatre Dundrum staring Rathmines, Rathgar, Kilmacud, Glencullen, and Ratoath musical societies.

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Convenient to Ballsbridge and the Docklands area (Silicon Dublin), the Schoolhouse restaurant offers  great value and a free drink at their historic pub.
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