The black art of moving from A to B on foreign soil
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Going to Dublin in July, I've got 6 days to play out. Never been before so open to any suggestions of things to see. I'm camping so would like some good campsites near a pub (i do like a bit of diddly dee). Probably follow the coast from Dublin clockwise. Did i say i like diddly dee!
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Have stayed at the campsite in Roundwood in the Wicklow Mountains, and was very good. There are a couple of pubs in the village that might have your diddly dee music. A good location to explore the area - some lovely roads & views.