Ireland is our spiritual home. It’s where the Watt family descended from and its been Jess’s favorite place to escape. From the age old cobbled streets of Dublin to the Celtic-rich history of the Book of Kells and years of The Struggles, it’s a fully immersive history lesson, best told over a pint of Guinness.

Guinness Brewery and Storehouse, Dublin

Guinness, the dark, syrupy, yet creamy stout beer that is synonymous with Ireland is made in Dublin. As beer drinkers (but not huge Guinness fans), we felt it was important to pay homage to this iconic drop in its actual birthplace. On the outskirts of town, two large steel gates secure the entry to the busiest tourist attraction in the Republic of Ireland—the...