Atlanta was the first stop on our 10 day road trip across the southern states of the US. We flew Delta direct to Atlanta and settled in with some prosecco and the nicest air-plane food I've had before (risotto, Caesar salad and lily O'Brien's). After 8 hours and three prosecco's we arrived in Atlanta Airport and … Continue reading Atlanta and Birmingham
About an hour outside of New Orleans the stunning scenery started to appear - as we drove along the extremely long bridge, we got to look out at the surrounding swap that goes on as far as the eye can see. Hotel St. James New Orleans We arrived at our hotel, St James just outside … Continue reading New Orleans
The last stop on our road trip was Charleston, South Carolina just a short drive north of Savannah Hotel Barksdale House We stayed in this beautiful old house in central Charleston just off King Street. The rooms were pretty large and one of the most comfortable sleeps I had all holiday (especially after the haunted … Continue reading Charleston
I've been thinking lately about all the places I tend to go when I'm going out for cocktails in town. Generally on a random Friday after work we would head somewhere for a few drinks (and a cheeky cheese board). Will keep updating as I go 🙂 The Lucky Duck - One of Dublin's newest … Continue reading Cocktails, Cocktails and More Cocktails!
I'm just back from four days in London, and am super happy to be home from my first trip of 2018! This was my third visit to London in about 7 months, so I have decided to start doing some touristy things in the evening. Flesh & Buns We had a team night out here … Continue reading London for Work
In early June, Sean and I went to New York for 5 nights on a bit of a last minute trip. We booked into Yotel in Hell's Kitchen which was a really funky hotels with cabin like rooms. The price was a lot cheaper than hotels in the city, and we weren't planning on spending … Continue reading New York
After a couple of months of planning we headed off on a tiny propellor plane to Scotland in windy February! The flight was a bit rocky, but I was happy when we landed, picked up our new car and started our three hour drive into the Highlands! We headed straight to our hotel and got … Continue reading The Highlands
After living in Dublin for a few years I decided to put together a couple of my favourite restaurants! 1: Paulies Pizza - In my opinion the best pizza in Dublin. It's located on the outskirts of Grand Canal Dock and can be accessed by train, or a 20 minute walk from Trinity College. Its … Continue reading Dublin – Restaurants