Last Day In Dublin

As my friend Julia and I say our good-byes to the beautiful city of Dublin, we made our last pit stops at our favorite and most iconic spots. We took this opportunity to get pictures with the Holy Cross pennant Julia brought from Worcester!

First and foremost, as we hopped off of the 39A from UCD, we walked through St. Stephen’s Green. This gorgeous green-scape was the perfect spot for picnics during the warmer months and for brisk walks during the cooler ones. Right around the center of town, St. Stephen’s Green is perfectly placed by the best restaurants or cafes to grab snacks for those aforementioned picnics. 

Me at St. Stephen’s Green

Speaking of, our next stop was the Beanhive. This was our go-to spot for the most delicious muffins you’ll ever taste. Not only this, but they customize your latte art every time you go!

After our warm mocha lattes, it was time for us to take a turn onto Grafton Street. This iconic parade of shops is undoubtedly a stop for many tourists, and rightly so. Flower carts line the street, luxury brands are at every corner, and musicians create crowds down the entire alley while playing their melodies. 

Me on Grafton Street

Following the excitement of Grafton Street, we made our way over to the Temple Bar area. It is essentially a rite of passage to get your picture by Temple Bar, and it’s an added bonus if you’re in the area around Christmas in time for the festive decorations.

Me Outside of Temple Bar

I’m going to miss Dublin dearly, but I’ll be back over Spring break to visit a few of my friends abroad! Stay tuned for more content I’ve collected along my months abroad as well as future content from my visit. Worcester here I come!

One Reply to “Last Day In Dublin”

  1. This was such a wonderful experience for you so happy you had this experience Now back to Holy Cross. Loved your narrative and move adventures to come❤️🍀

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