When you think of Ireland, you think about leprechauns, St Patrick’s Day, pubs and beers! Now being a non-drinker myself, I did wonder what I could do to Dublin, especially because I was bringing my parents who were also non-drinkers!
So here is a guide for my fellow non-drinkers to Dublin. This is could also be useful for families with children wishing to visit Dublin.
Molesworth Court Suite We recently took a trip with Dublin with our parents. We wanted to stay together as a family and the opportunity to stay with Molesworth Court Suite came up.
We had a lovely 2 bedroom apartment all to ourselves in the heart of Dublin. This apartment is kitted with 2 double beds, fully functioning kitchen with ovens and cookers, a large and bright living room space and a bathroom with a bathtub.
It really felt like we were staying in a family home and there was so much space we did not feel like we were stepping on each other’s toes!
We wanted to stay somewhere near the airport and Corfu town for convenience as we were only there for 3 days. We also wanted a place to stay on a budget as we have already been travelling a lot this year.
If you have been following our blog, you would have read a little bit about our recent New York trip. New York is indeed a concrete jungle that is way bigger than it looks. On the map, everything looks relatively close to each other but it isn’t until you start to walk you realised the map has lied to you.
Here are our tips on how to get around and see New York in all its splendour.