Howth

von Felix

Sunday afternoon, I met Chris, Tom, Stefan and Lukas/Klaus in the Luas to Connolly station, where we took the DART train (“bring your own oxygen!”) to Howth, an old fishing village located on a small peninsula north of Dublin. The 380 cents for a return ticket turned out to be a good investment.
We came across a real gem: if you ever go to Howth (which rhymes on both), do yourself a favour and drink an Irish coffee or a pint of Guinness in the beautiful 16th century Abbey Tavern.


That was probably not my last trip to Howth. Maybe I’ll go back in the summer month and take the ship to Ireland’s Eye.

3 Kommentare zu „Howth“

  1. Diskurswelt.de Archiv » Day Trippin’ schrieb am 16. Oktober 2008 um 18:06:

    […] a bit like “Dan Liri”), which is at the Southern end of Dublin bay, and plan to spend another nice day next to the sea. Maybe we’ll go to Bray, which was praised by my house mate Peter […]

  2. Diskurswelt.de Archiv » Another day in Howth schrieb am 12. November 2008 um 21:33:

    […] cliffs and went to the Abbey Tavern to get a meal and a drink afterwards. On the trip to Howth with Tom, Chris, Klaus and Stefan, I had an Irish Coffee – it was really delicious, but made me veeery tired. So this time I decided […]

  3. Diskurswelt.de Archiv » Howth & Bray schrieb am 4. April 2009 um 23:41:

    […] trip – everyone seems to go to Howth with his guests. I can just say that it is absolutely worth it time and again. Especially on a really nice and sunny day. Sadly, we had to leave rather early because […]

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