Dublin Writer’s Museum.

Gabriella West:

I stumbled on Emma Barrett’s blog today and was fascinated to see her description of her visit to the Dublin Writers Museum, which opened in 1991 (three years after I left Ireland, which is why I’ve never been there—but I’m shocked that I hadn’t even heard of it!). I love good travel writing and this is a fine example.

Originally posted on SurreyKitchen:

front of dublin writers museum

I am not one for clichéd tourist destinations, always having preferred to browse the shelves of Shakespeare and Co in Paris rather than visit the Eiffel Tower.  I am proud to say I have never been to Egypt or the pyramids, happy to leave that to the 3 million people who go there every year.

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About Gabriella West

Indie writer/editor and author of Connecting the Dots: My Midlife Journey with Adult AD/HD.
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2 Responses to Dublin Writer’s Museum.

  1. Thank you so much for this Gabriella. I have never been reblogged before. You have literally made my weekend. I am now following your blog. It is lovely to meet you. Emma xx

    • Nice to meet you too, Emma! You have a very interesting blog, and I’m sure you’ll get plenty of reblogs in the future :) WordPress makes it so easy. Thanks for your note.

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