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Dublin (Or: How I Learned to Think Globally)

My first (real) trip outside of the United States was to the Emerald Ilse. The logic was simple: as I would be traveling alone, I needed to go to a place that was different enough from my home country that the trip would be fulfilling, but not so different as I wouldn’t be able to converse with anyone or learn from them. 551 more words


Quilt Tours and why you should go

Ireland – you say it and tons of visions come to mind – green meadows, sheep grazing, nicely poured pint of Guinness, dancers, etc.  I have wanted to visit this island for many decades and once retired, it was number 1 on my bucket list. 503 more words

Hand-Lettering Before It Was Cool

Hand-lettering is everywhere in popular culture now. I’ve seen it implemented into beverage package design, Honda Civic advertisements, zip code magazines, t-shirts, logo rebrands, and every girl’s Instagram feed . 505 more words

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Long Room Library, Trinity College | Dublin City Travel Guide | Photo a Day |

Travel with Krushworth as your guide on a Dublin City tour. Visit the Long Room Library at Trinity College, which was commissioned by Elizabeth I in 1592. 37 more words


A Visit To Dublin

We’ve never been to Dublin, or anywhere else in Ireland, so we were excited to visit a new country and take in some new sights. As a bonus, my parents (Brandon) happened to be traveling through Dublin at the same time, so we had the opportunity to visit with them and a couple friends who live nearby Dublin. 608 more words


Making Hay in Kells

The historic Irish town of Kells will play host to some of the world’s finest writers this coming weekend during the Hay Festival Kells. 143 more words


My Dublin Experience By Edeje.

There is a saying that “no one but geese moves to Ireland for the weather”, so when I heard we were going to Dublin for our incentive trip, I was surprised. 249 more words

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