About Emily Sullivan

Emily Sullivan is a New York City transplant studying in Dublin for the fall 2015 semester. She caught the travel bug after leaving the U.S. for the first time for central Mexico last January, and plans to explore Ireland and Europe as much as possible. A burrito enthusiast and an admirer of Bill Murray, she studies psychology and marketing at Fordham University.
5 11, 2015
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Howth: Dublin’s Hidden Gem

For Dublin visitors who want to experience some Irish cliffs and freshly caught fish without having to sit on an hours long, slightly smelly bus to the Cliffs of Moher, the seaside village of Howth is the best of both worlds. Its scenery and rustic charm offer some peace and quiet from the bustling city, and from center city Connolly Station, it’s just a 25 minute ride on the DART.  Howth (rhymes with [...]

4 11, 2015
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Berlin’s Starkest Memorial

Today, Berlin is among the coolest cities in Europe, a champion of all things quirky and kitsch. Karl Sheffler called the city "a place that is always becoming and never being" - accordingly, its immense, often turbulent history is apparent everywhere you look, especially through memorials. In addition to visiting a biergarten or two (or three) it's more than worth setting some time aside to visit the state-sponsored Memorial To The Murdered Jews [...]

26 10, 2015
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Dublin’s Trad Scene: Finding the Good Craic

Dublin's nightlife is like no other: with over one thousand pubs in the small city, it's no challenge to find an excellently poured pint of Guinness. In order to have the true craic, though, you've got to weed out the pubs that Dublin locals know and love from the touristy ones. Wait - craic? What's that? No, it's not the kind the you're thinking of. It's a special sort of fun, pulsating atmosphere, usually [...]

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