Dublin: Part 2

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After traveling to different parts of Ireland, we returned to Dublin for our final two days. We visited Dublin Castle, which was established in 1204. The castle has witnessed some of the most pivotal events in Ireland’s history, from founding of the first Celtic settlement in the 1st century to every presidential inauguration. All the walking made us hungry, so we were happy to stop at The Fumbally cafe for lunch. If you like home-style food in a casual  and cozy setting, then I highly recommend it.

DETAILS: frayed denim tee dress – Topshop; sandals – Birkenstock; backpack – Matt and Nat; glasses – Ray-Ban

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