George’s Street Arcade – “A Scene of Simple Pleasure and Quiet”

So since moving to Dublin, George’s Street Arcade has been one of my favourite places to
visit in the city centre. I’m often found strolling between the arcade and many of the fantastic coffee shops in the area, taking in the beautiful red-brick buildings, trying very hard not to appear like a total blow-in, and failing miserably no doubt!

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While the Sun Shines in Dublin’s Fair City

So as promised, as part of Urban Revival’s Feature piece ¬†on markets around Dublin, I set off exploring again this week.

After meeting my two lovely sisters for a Sunday morning coffee and catch-up in the city centre, I set off towards The Point Village by the 3Arena to my first ever car-boot’s sale. I must say I was so excited to see if what I would find would be anything like those day-time TV car-boot sales I would invariably find myself watching in BBC during my school summer holidays. Continue reading “While the Sun Shines in Dublin’s Fair City”

Flea Marketing

So as you may know, I am writing this blog as part of my masters in Digital Marketing. When I started writing the blog in September, I wanted to write about the trend over the past few years, which has seen people looking towards older styles, fashions and trends for inspiration more and more.

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Books, Books, Books.

Books, Books, Books.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.

I don’t know about you, but one of those sentences makes me think immediately of cosy bookstores and quirky coffee shops. While the other gives me flashbacks of schooldays Continue reading “Books, Books, Books.”