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The Abbey Theatre, Dublin

I didn’t venture too far this weekend – just to Dublin city centre to visit Ireland’s national theatre, the Abbey, and take the backstage tour. 311 more words

New Stuff


On the surface, ‘Bite Me’ seems like a comfortable comedy show to go to. Joanne McNally is already there when you walk in, cracking jokes with the audience and getting people settled. 432 more words


Introduction featuring coffee

I feel this blog has been a long overdue project that I’ve pushed myself past procrastination and finally set up!

It combines a few of the doings that make me happy including writing and sharing cool new places and experiences I’ve had. 833 more words



I’m not really sure how I came up with the idea of starting my instagram page @doitdublin. A big part of it was I was bored out of my mind literally all the time but didn’t have money to be going out for lunch or doing expensive activities every day. 241 more words

Artist, Bordalo II, honors the endangered "Red Squirrel" in Dublin, Ireland

When I sold advertising, I was always canvassing the San Francisco Bay Area for “prospects” to call on. If I was not scanning through magazines for new advertisers, I was in my car sitting in traffic writing down “potential advertiser names” from trucks that would go by (flooring, landscaping, security systems, Google delivery, and more). 328 more words


Cutthroats and Murderers

Place names can be endlessly fascinating, particular for the insight they give you to where you live and its history. Happily, the district I live in is the oldest part of the city of Dublin, called The Liberties and it’s packed full of evocative names like Marrowbone Lane, Winetavern Street and Fishamble Street, to name a few. 342 more words


Ireland: Part 2

On our second day in Dublin, we were going to visit a plethora of museums. We accidentally overslept and missed breakfast at the hotel so we ended up at a tea shop called Queen of Tarts. 819 more words