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We used Grogan Timber products to supply and fit all of the gates (a dozen or so) on our farm in Meath. We found them very competitively priced but with a service and product that would be difficult to match. All of our visitors and neighbours comment on their appeal.

Katie, Meath

I was recommended Martin and his team by a friend and I can definitely say that I will, and do, pass on the recommendation. I wanted to upgrade my garage door and side entrance with something unique, Irish, and with a product I would be proud of. I found Grogan Timber Products very creative, easy to deal with and with workmanship which can only be gained through experience and expert handiwork.

Eoghan, Dublin

I wanted to replace my garden shed and got in touch with Grogan Timber Products a few years ago. They delivered and assembled a very fine shed which has (as expected) stood the test of time and is both practical and sturdy. I would definitely recommend Martin and his company to anyone looking for something similar.

Cathal, Cavan

Wednesday, 25 April 2018

Dublin: Your Go-To Destination

Travelling is one of the most soulful experiences that you can ever have. No matter which phase of life you are in whether you are successful,  have failed miserably, have a broken relationship or one which is into a rough phase, want to introspect and explore your inner self travelling is the thing to do. It is the one medicine meant for the soul.

One such city that can provide the food for soul is Dublin located in Ireland and is the largest and the capital city of the country. The city is situated in the provincial region of Leinster which is at the east coast of Ireland and rests at the source of Liffey River. The city is surrounded by the Wicklow mountain range on the south which served as a safety wall during the periods of invasion.

The city has a beautiful expanse of scenery and serves as a perfect purpose for a traveler looking for exploration and adventure. Dublin is rich in historical significance and boasts of an amalgamation of a variety of cultures such as Viking, Christian, Scandinavian, and Normans. The city has been under rule by various kings and all have contributed in some way or the other to the rich heritage of Dublin. The culture can also be sensed in the food, attire and local traditions.

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What to See and Do While in Dublin

When visiting Dublin one must be high on time as the city offers an experience that is soul enriching. You cannot afford to skip even a single landmark as each comes with its own unique set of facts, and knowledge enriching background that leave a lifelong impact on you and mind you the change that travelling brings nothing else can.

Dublin offers a bouquet of things for any traveler. It is affordable, easy and enjoyable to stay in the city. One can have an access to everything that a traveler desires for ranging from dining, hiking, talking statues, theatre, Discovery paths, and coats and hills. But how to plan the stay so that you do not miss out on anything is a question that may trouble you but this is taken care of by the official tourism website of Dublin.
Eat Out

If you are a gourmand the dine-in places serve as a perfect destination. The city boasts of restaurants that cater to your taste buds with delicacies from across the world. So, even if you are in Dublin the city ensures that you do not miss out on any cuisine. One can find places offering, French, Indian, Irish and Mexican cuisines to name a few.

Sight-Seeing

Dublin serves as the right spot for someone interested in cultural experiences. You can visit places such as:

Glasnevin Cemetery Museum 

is a garden cemetery and is the perfect spot to know about history, symbolism, love, art, architecture and natural life.

Irish Museum of Modern Art 

Is the main institution of Ireland and is famous for the assortment of contemporary and modern paintings.

Malahide Castle and Gardens 

If you are a history freak then this historical monument serves as the perfect resource. The guided tours are the ones to take when here as they ensure you don’t skip anything! All of this is available at a very nominal price.

Geological Museum 

Situated inside the famous Trinity College Dublin and has collections are as old as the seventeenth century. The museum also has palaeontology section that houses samples of minerals dating back to the eighteenth century.

Whitefriar Street Church:

Just in case you miss out on your prayers Dublin has this church to compensate for. Located near St. Patrick’s Church also consists of a shrine that house St. Valentine, the pioneer of Valentine day. The church has a water source which is said to have water of medicinal property and cures diseases.

It is also advisable to explore the city on your own so, if you are looking to set away from the ruthless routine of life, Dublin is your calling.