The Hot Mess Travels – Ireland Edition

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The Hot Mess Travels – Ireland Edition

Hey guys! I know it’s been quite a while since my last blog blost, but I’ve been very busy in the last couple of weeks. I got here in Milan in August and I haven’t had the chance to go back home yet, so now that it is almost christmas I can’t wait to finally go back home to see my family and friends. However, it doesn’t seem that four months have passed since I came here. These months have honestly been a whirlwind, so many things have happened and yet it feels like yesterday. One of the most amazing things that I got the opportunity to do, was flying to Ireland to see my good friend Federica. We stayed two days in the beautiful Dublin, and then we travelled to Cork, where she is currently living.

Dublin is absolutely stunning. Since I went there on the 12th of November I was able to witness the christmas lights being light right on that day, and it was absolutely amazing! I loved all the beautiful lanes, the buildings, temple bar and the Trinity College. It felt like being in one of the Harry Potter films.

Cork is a bit smaller, but very characteristic as well. I just love the idea of a small irish town, with it’s town hall and the little coffee shops. So if you’d like to visit Ireland I would highly recommend to go there on Christmas because it is absolutely gorgeous. I’ll show you the pictures I took in Cork in another blog post though, because I took too many XD

Here are so pics of my journey 🙂

Saint Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre

Oscar Wilde

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Trinity College

Samuel Beckett Bridge

Temple Bar

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Saint Patrick’s Cathedral and Dublinia

Christmas Lights in Grafton Street

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