24 hours in Dublin

Ireland stole my heart, and while I visited both the North and the Cliffs of Moher in the west, I got to spend a full day in the city of Dublin. 

I spent the morning in Dublin on a walking tour, given by one of the professors at my university. We learned about the history of the city from the rebellion to the protests, as well as the Abbey Theatre, and how the south side of Dublin and the north side, are just now coming together but still remain very different places. 
Dublin Castle
Dublin Castle

Dublin Ireland
Dublin Castle
Walking around the city and learning about it, gave new meaning to what I was looking at. After the tour, I went off on my own from the group (sorry mom) and did a bit of shopping, which resulted in me buying things I really didn’t need, but I treated myself anyway. 
Vashappenin bridge
Ha’penny bridge
Dublin is a really cool city, with a lot of history in it. Walking around by myself really taught me that I don’t need people all the time though it truly is about who you travel with and not where you go, but I do need my phone in case of emergencies and when I need a map. Dublin also has three shopping centers that I saw, which is crazy to me because my town back home has half of one (there’s maybe 8 stores in it). 
I have more photos of my trip from Ireland coming up! I visited the Cliffs of Moher and Giants Causeway as well, so keep an eye out for those! 
Have you been to Dublin before? what was your favorite part? 

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