Nice is nice & Dublin is doublin’ nice!

In leaving the Indian summer temperatures in Nice for Dublin, I was expecting to land in cold, very rainy weather – not so, as it was abnormally warm with only two days of intermittent drizzle – maybe it was the exemplary “luck of the Irish” at hand!

IMG_0004I was attending my first travel bloggers conference, Travel Bloggers Exchange (TBEX), and didn’t really know what to expect – other than morning and afternoon workshops and, of course, evenings featuring tasting the famously, iconic Guinness and Irish Whiskey!

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I was stunned by the beauty of the city, the friendliness of everyone I met, and the professional and organized conference: everything ran as smooth as silk, with transitions affected like a ballet: keynote speeches, workshops, hospitality and up-to-date technology & information.  The evening events were equally top notch and  a great venue for meeting people and networking, not to mention enjoying the variety of entertainment and music.

May the road rise to meet you, as well, in Dublin!

TBEX photos:

Dublin photos:

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6 thoughts on “Nice is nice & Dublin is doublin’ nice!

  1. Sounds like lots of fun in a beautiful place. As Guinness is my default beer, I’d love that part of it, too. 🙂

    janet

  2. Sounds like you would love Dublin, then – definitely a city worth a visit! Merci, Janet.

  3. colormusing says:

    I’m part Irish, but have not yet been lucky enough to visit Ireland. Your photos make me want to go there even more! And I’m intrigued by the conference— did you get a lot out of it?

    • I really enjoyed the conference, as well as the city, and the workshops I chose to attend were informative and interesting. It’s also about networking, of course, which is a fun way to do it! I would definitely attend again – hope this helps.

  4. Sue F says:

    My two favourite cities, Nice and Dublin, both wonderful in their very different ways!

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