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The Bray to Greystones walk in Co. Wicklow - Not very far from Dublin city.

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Powerscourt waterfall, Ireland Lose up to 40 lbs in 60-days at: http://TexasTrim.net

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Stone circle at Uragh, Co. Kerry, Ireland.

Stone circle at Uragh, Co. Kerry, Ireland.

Dublín. Irlanda. El Chamán.

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Bray to Greystones walk, Co. Wicklow. And there's the first Ferris wheel I rode!!

Bray to Greystones walk, Co. Wicklow. And there's the first Ferris wheel I rode!!

#Belfast City Hall at night!

#Belfast City Hall at night!

Vale of Avoca, County Wicklow, Ireland

Vale of Avoca, County Wicklow, Ireland

Avoca store, Dublin City Center.  This is an amazing store filled with lots of beautiful, unique, and wonderful things.    They sell everything from adorable Welles to stunning scarves, stationary to wonderful candles, and everything in-between, including sparkling, little trinkets.  It's a gorgeous store and definitely worth stopping in to look around if you're ever in Dublin.

Avoca store, Dublin City Center. This is an amazing store filled with lots of beautiful, unique, and wonderful things. They sell everything from adorable Welles to stunning scarves, stationary to wonderful candles, and everything in-between, including sparkling, little trinkets. It's a gorgeous store and definitely worth stopping in to look around if you're ever in Dublin.

Glendalough or Glendaloch, meaning "glen of two lakes", is a glacial valley in County Wicklow, Ireland. It is renowned for its Early Medieval monastic settlement founded in the 6th century by St Kevin, a hermit priest, and partly destroyed in 1398 by English troops. Photo © John Quinn 2012

Glendalough or Glendaloch, meaning "glen of two lakes", is a glacial valley in County Wicklow, Ireland. It is renowned for its Early Medieval monastic settlement founded in the 6th century by St Kevin, a hermit priest, and partly destroyed in 1398 by English troops. Photo © John Quinn 2012

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