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Cafe Cake

posted by fhouser on 17 December 2010 at 16:34

Totally drawn in by the name of this cafe situated just inside the Daintree Building, it also has a cute outside courtyard where you can enjoy either a sweet or savoury tart with a glass of wine (or cup of tea!)

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www.thecakecafe.ie/homepage.html

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Dublin cafe  cake 

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Aberdeen Lodge

posted by pwardle on 17 December 2010 at 16:31

Just outside the city in a cute little village (still only a short walk away) the owners of this B&B are warm and friendly and provide a great breakfast.

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53 - 55 Park Avenue | Ballsbridge, Dublin Dublin 4, Ireland

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Dublin Writers Museum

posted by ralcocke on 7 December 2010 at 10:28

A little off the beaten track this one, it's a lovely homage to ireland's literary past and well worth seeking out if you're a fan of literature. The collection is intersting and well-put together keeping you engaged as the influence of Dublin in the writing world unfurls.

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18 parnell square, north dublin, easy to get to by bus
www.writersmuseum.com/

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Dublin writing  history  musuem 

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Dublin Castle

posted by mpritchard on 7 December 2010 at 10:27

Probably the least castle-like castle you'll ever see, but then this isn't the original since that one burned down. It's fabulous outside and inside though, with the state apartments being a must-see, particularly if you're a fan of 'Becoming Jane' like me!

where, when, how, web
Dane Street
www.thedublincastle.com/

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Dublin Highlights Tour

posted by ctoyley on 7 December 2010 at 10:27

Great walking tour, the guide was informative and engaging and the pace was good. I really liked using this as a way to get to know the city and as a base for sightseeing the rest of my stay. Highlights were the medieval bits and of course Trinity College

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departure point..Dublin Bus Office, 59 upper O'Connell Street, lasts about 90 mins

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