Trips and Itineraries for Malahide
Ireland & Northern Ireland
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c) Guinness Store House: This is probably the most important attraction for an outsider who loves his beer (or not!). This seven storeyed structure has an engaging tour of the brewery depicting how the beer is made from scratch. There is a tasting room and a roof top bar. The tour is fun and gives you several opportunities to learn and enjoy the art of brewing a beer. You can learn how to pull your own pint properly (yes, it must be done right for it to taste as it should!) and enjoy the panoramic views of the city from the glass-fronted gravity bar. The entry is for 20 pounds (if you buy online) and you can easily spend a couple of hours here. The ground floor has a huge souvenir store where you can definitely find one or more souvenirs to take back home. Guinness is about a 30-minute walk from the city centre
Weekend Getaways from Malahide
343 Kms from Malahide
After a fill of history, scotch and scrumptious food, keep the last day on the Scotland itinerary to relax and enjoy a slow pace. Take a train from Inverness to Glasgow (it will take about 3 and a half hours). Once there, spend the day taking in the sights and sounds of the city.
I landed in Dublin, and after a long wait at the immigration finally got to meet my cousin & his wife! Best Part of the day! However, when the wind hit me, I was morally crushed! I wasn’t prepared for that kind for cold-summer! I gathered all the courage I could, layered myself with clothes and forgot about the weather as soon as I stepped into the cute double deck bus. Right in front of me sat a couple who seemed to be madly in love ;). The first look of Ireland was calm, green, and laid-back. I loved it instantly! We reached City Center in 35-40 minutes. We deposited my luggage in Ned Kelly Sports Club & Casino. Right, a casino that opens at around 11:00 am, has luggage storage facility, and offers free juice, coffee, & cookies! After winning 10 euros in Roulette there and after having a delicious brunch (Pancakes with Maple Syrup & Irish Coffee) at River Bar, I visited Malahide, Bray, Killiney, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin City Center, Temple Street, Temple Bar, & Ha’Penny Bridge.Day 2 @ Northern Ireland