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Ireland's County Wicklow: Wilderness, grand houses and a bit of Hollywood near Dublin

WICKLOW, Ireland — The road winds across the spine of the mountains, past a seemingly endless wilderness of heather-covered bogs, lakes, waterfalls, pine forests and trails. 801 more words


Dublin in a Day

Arriving to Dublin in late afternoon, I settled into the Airbnb I had reserved, located in the Temple Bar area, within walking distance to all of the major attractions.  270 more words


UBC beats Oxford on their home pitch to finish third at World University Rugby Cup

UBC’s men’s rugby team has capped a fine week in the UK with a win over Oxford at the World University Rugby Cup.

The Thunderbirds bounced back from a 24-12 semi final loss to Cape Town University on Friday to defeat hosts Oxford 18-14 on Monday. 104 more words


Five things to do at the Guinness Store House - Dublin

No visit to Dublin is complete without a visit to the Guinness Store House.  The museum and bar are built on the hallowed grounds Arthur Guinness first built his empire over.  329 more words


Kilmainham Gaol - Dublin Ireland

Kilmainham Gaol is as famous for its history as it is for its prisoners.  This former jail turned museum is a must see for history buffs visiting Dublin for the first time.   454 more words


Review: Inferno by Casey Hill #CSIReillySteel #IrishPoliceProcedural

“The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis.” – Dante Alighieri – The Comedy

I have found myself a little jewel in an author who has been around for a while, but I hadn’t had the good fortune to come across previously. 375 more words

Strong Women Characters