Walking Dublin | Tourist secrets | Ireland

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morning first of all night sorry I'll tell you why I'm sorry because today probably won't feature which cars I dropped a car on my other cars on either side of City and I thought I might take a little time out and have a little look around Dublin city this building here behind me is Microsoft headquarters or Ireland probably Europe us more or less for the hundred tax money don't you know cars today is long but you know what your son cares next up is the lowest line which is just up here and this is the posh line you're lying it's a bit of a mmm dodging this is the kind of posh line you'll be okay here safe here is the Taurus no problem safe most places and whe tourists Jordan agent really have any problems we were okay cross here – divorce okay so dis is staying Stevens green this is the gate to it here it's just off guard and strength of turnarounds it's complete Park for the best parks in Europe is right in Dublin city centre the babies here seagulls say okay so that's the view looking back at Grafton Street and cross the street shop etc which is this building there that's cross street jobs that are that's to get to Stephen's Green that's cross the street and I don't know who these people are so there's all that music and graph the streets especially this time of year go to Christmas balls for trying to make a few extra pound No this is it a connecting street to connects Grafton Street the next lead over I don't know what it's called but it's full of jewelers I say follow just literally me find me right here the Irish whiskey beauty or to visit this is cross the road from Trinity College rocky kills proper working college here's two of our low-key cuddy proper working college university in Ireland but you can wander in strata hug I don't know what's up like a schoolchildren honey or into the main square of Trinity College this also has worth a look I'm not paying into today Ward's looking looking pictures of what's called the long room it's the long library the library of Trinity College is world-famous amazing place around here somewhere if we have kids with them so rapidly hey here's main square for Trinity College on your list of things have look at it is working college door so at this time of the year as I see students coming to go on over hello with tour groups like in that group there back into the sidewalk okay next up Temple Bar very debatable here here in Dublin to wear something else is open to go whole mole to that's digging awesome so here sometimes they're digging a hole in the ground I'm not too sure about the digging for maybe it's gold particular policies around area San Luis – come here do is probably transport just light rail system packed rounds that's going in actually lined its row here so that's why this looks like this at the moment if you're not though those worst by next year this wheel of orientation some bike riders right in front of you that behind me Trinity College of this way Temple Bar Spica Maryland right tip buses are cheap until then use the low assistant E and just go really where you wanna go Starbucks have crab coffee really overpriced crap copy as those caustic up it's the best water price move it into a temple bar area where the streets are made of stone in all kinds of food right what can be said about Temple Bar well temple bar is renowned for being a drinking hole October nighttime and this can get very rough around here at night be prepared to us during the day is relatively quiet of the sound of coin right now I don't want to walk into here not sure what language that was even an Ergo cafe right here gonna season against interesting and Dalton is a spot road copy don't ask how that magical item I don't know it's very Americanized bar come cafe phrasing do pretty good in there now it was also type of bar is not just known for a lot of drink but it's also known for our tourist traps like this crap was that it snows Moses made China Paris we also put our stuff a lot of American influence around here because like big Hard Rock Cafe right here is none I've never been in there I don't know about us but it's very Americanized area this place futures for the tourists drinking on the street it's illegal don't do it you attract the attention of our local guardian don't wander around with a cam in your hand it's very busy street it's called a color bridge we're coming to the Father eyes Henry Street McCulloh Street to get across the Kenna Network Aurora severe ahead of us missus it's pretty cool pretty cool yeah very busy now clown rich this has been more done as well because this is going to get you will see a lot of homeless people in this bridge so no force apart until the first part of city lights as you know it's really unfortunate and it goes on the more time this is jim larkin welcome up you're on the internet already I am and have a arcade I am to find out about him this is Cleary's this used to place everybody used to meet was one time carries 100 o'clock which is captive – their one of the cafeteria me chairs in there but it's closed Jim Larkin represents part of what was a huge revolution Ireland which is starting next year in 2016 in 1916 we had a rising against the English who used to occupy Ireland this building was the focus of most of us it's the GPO the general post office of Ireland these pillars here behind me conventional is it's actually still just a post office but a square all of our rebels went to hang out and try and fight the English this is almost 40 level at one point murder on this side here we have the newest representation of double which is this thing here which is this spire there goes on and on and open to the clouds after very big very brash kind of pointless traffic you do they stop waiting for the Dodge right between cars there's postbox didn't talk it isn't any when the last time pick up this luck there tell doc insight but here so I hear you want to kill some up at the spire but your wish would be granted a couple seconds yeah you can walk up and touch that it's massive now it's a proper meeting location number as well you want to make some way to inspire just countless as you can see from where things ain't thought people hang around get pictures of themselves and puts this fire here let's see people do whatever some of the water don't industries honor interest rate is same across the street it's just a little bit cheaper supposed to get around I have to watch your back in the court down here just Festa tourist advice as the Dodger and Dolan not terribly but you're going to meet and put in here to sell you cigarettes tobacco these artists all illegal street dog attractively car guards right bikes as well bicycles it's a very mobile the spire looks like Martin earrings you can see it there Henry Street does attract some musicians but they don't not many of them practice is the only guide bad music in the world email goes around our next are wearing a kind of an identification sheet that's because they have get a license to busk it's actually license to make noise strangely both can be in our tradition here in Ireland for hundreds of thousands of years kind of songs to music but now you need a permit this Gervais Street shopping center no it's not getting it is ministry it's a mall I hate to shop just for the way here I don't like something there are very ways to find in a country that has a lot of green my preferred but I just can't stop their soul destroying money markets joining unique everywhere in every country in our crowd this is not a joke that is the national leprechaun museum new leprechaun once his name is patty and he said target retard a lot right come a long way from Grafton Street and Lois groggy but her side another new this is called and cables freeze we were walking on here at the other end of Henry Street kind of cuts the city the middle of it and it's got really all time local sort of shop that we've been here for years and years and years rather than those big brutal shopping centers that just attract everything the big problem of Kappa Street is traffic if you're driving campus rate is a pain and a hold if you're walking chemistry that good is brilliant good rings musical instruments built a guitars so at the far end of cable streets you pop a cozy but two boys the city into the Liffey Mormon tea so road here was between me and that road over there where the pedestrian lights are my Center Road has no benefits nothing Arden planning taystee my tip good at the end of the shop this pepperoni slice and I bought the water is fighting desperately reason are what you can see the water is quite high look you see lot more that bridge coffee and donuts open six days nothing okay buildings is it okay that's not people in comparison of what in the area that's an ugly building anyway I'm going to catch my Lewis time for me to head off leaving this part building here says M Steen sisters and maybe here I'm gonna catch to those and gonna pick up my Carver there thanks very much for dropping it no subscribe underwater below and maybe I'll start travel vlogging who knows could be the next step whatever happens I'll see you on far side


tellthemborissentyou · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

Thank you for the tour Bob. I visited Dublin in 1991 and it still looks great. Back then Henry St was full of young women selling lighters and things out of babies prams. Looks like the property market has gone up a lot since then.

gene tucker · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

Nice walk around Dublin, but would you speak toward the microphone and speak up. There was a lot of wind making it difficult to hear. Also need more commentary and less Irish terminology for things.

DEAD12321 · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

It feels really wierd to see where I am almost every week on a YouTube video.

Beverley Pearson · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

One of my favourite cities ❤️

brad duffy · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

im coming to Dublin for 1 night in November from Scotland to see slayer,whats the best/safest way to get back from the 3arena to the Busáras Central Station late at night?

Traci Veno · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

Poor Dublin. Thanks for the walk.

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TRONA BORON · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

Absolutely agree with you…shopping malls suck!!! Open air local markets are best world wide!!!

Rod Barnes · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

EUROPCAR Dublin are complete bandits! Do not hire from these people. They will find some kind of scratch or scuff on the car that was definitely there before you took it away and then blame you. I have just been charged 179 euros for nothing. Beware people. There are hundreds of unhappy customers on the web…. have a look for yourself.

GerrysDiy · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

Hi Bob. It's been a few years since I walked around Dublin. Amazing you still have your camera lol. Cool video. Well done

MICHAEL WALKER · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

Im from Birmingham, 72 years old All my school holidays where spent in Co Carlow.we spent loads of time waiting for what we call the boat train. I can remember woolworths and Oconnels st . I thought it was a magic city. now it just like Birmingham .Liverpool or Manchester.crap.

stevie6621 · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

Seems like a nanny state..

univibe23 · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

I'm going in Dec. first time to Dublin, or Ireland for that matter. Am I nuts for going in December?

lopunny5 · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

that orange and blue combo really pops

DIANE R BERRY · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

What month did you film this?

Sean Burke · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

tirty tree and uh tird LOL

Philip.Hans. Alexander · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

Bhí an físeán an-taitneamhach agus buíochas mór duit.

Philip.Hans. Alexander · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

You have a good sense of humour.

The All Sports Channel · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

Bob I know you from somewhere.

Lisa Baubeau · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

Could you be my guide when I come to Dublin?

gaz riley · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

love Dublin..was there last year

ErnieCG · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

My wife and I are from scotland

ErnieCG · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

Good video

Ty Mac · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

A pointless spire? That's ironic.

josinei silva · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

beautiful place, i loved this video, i have one dream of visit the irlanda and then the EUA!

Missa McFadden · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

My hubs is headed there in two weeks. Thanks for sharing!

James Minton · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

Thank you for the informative video.  It is always good to hear what not to see as well as what to see in Ireland.  I have yet to hear anything good about Temple Bar.  I also agree that the newer mall type shopping centers are crap, they are here in the U.S. as well.  My wife and I are planning our first trip to Ireland next year for 2 weeks, and we want nothing to do with the typical tourist spots, even though we will probably still see some of them, but we want to enjoy and experience authentic Ireland as much as we can.  Visiting local Irish shops that are family owned, see the farms, and country side as well.  Thank you again for the video sharing.

hugglescake · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

Jim Larkin: The un-Donald Trump.

FS E · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

Lovely place – a bit like Oxford. And ye – Starbucks and Costa a both overpriced crap!

BobMartin · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

Good video, love Dublin, grime and all, if you ever get up north to Belfast, bring your camera. It's much smaller but, like Dublin, lot's of stuff to catch the eye and exercise the grey matter. Oh, and call into Johnny Long's for a fish supper, that's an experience that won't be here forever.

nukerzero the first · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

hi Bob hows it been , whats Dave up to these days , Ill have a pint for ya in Feilding , Ewel 😉

Damien Caulfield · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

Dublin is a drugs infested kip!

November Romeo · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

great tour. Looks like a brilliant city to spend some time in. cheers 303.

srbjbt · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

i live in Dublin, love the city, and this is the best guide so far, thanks Bob 🙂

Jimbo Carter · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

Bob great stuff, Walking Dublin, I'll never get there for all sort of reasons,, it's so interesting to see what the city is like.You need to get a travel agent to sponsor you,, for the sound and video work, you do a great job now,, but it needs a bit of polish.Love the car videos that's what got me in first.Hi I m James, live in a place called Glendale, New South Wales, Australia.Ride motor bikes – love cars and would love to travel one day,,,,,,, anyway keep up the good work.Cheers.PS. Really they still have coble stones for roads.

Rene BT · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

thank you for the video. your country is beautiful.

MrMillennium67 · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

Great video as always Bob! I loved my visit to Dublin very much. The first place I headed for was the Guinness Storehouse (and it's true it tasted way better as Guinness doesn't travel very well). Also I got an open razor shave by a very young and gorgeous Irish lass, can't remember where that was though.

INT2000 · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

Brilliant video Bob, I love your vlogs as much as your reviews so I'd love to see some more travel vlogs! I'll have to head down to Dublin sometime, it's not even a 1:30 drive away and yet I've never bothered lol.

Roger Phua · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

Thank you!

MrAndersie91 · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

I was in Dublin back in April after my sister and now husband got married, i apart from the start when you were on the Luas we went to all of those areas as well.

I have to say, even with being from the North, the Dubliners are So Very Helpful, We didnt know what stop to get off the Luas or Bus a few times and if there folk within a feet or two of us, they told us what stop to get and where to head after getting off.. Lovely City

frank metcalfe · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

nice tour Bob, originally from Dublin, view Thomas St and Meath St next. so many changes with the Guinness Brewery and and restaursnt, and view of Dublin. now in kildare for sooo many years. well done. Frank

Barry Mooney · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

Thanks Bob. Saved me a trip into town to see if has anything changed…nope. Great visual video of some of Dublin city centre, certainly a plus for anyone visiting for the first time. Keep up the good work, love the car reviews and vlogs.

GaryGSF · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

Nice little tour of Dublin. I must go back again soon. Got to save the pennies though.

Michael Rivera · July 29, 2019 at 11:11 am

You did a great job showcasing a very beautiful city. You definitely should make this a regular thing. The leprechaun museum though…there ought to be an exclusion zone around that place.

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