My husband and I were on holiday i n Bray about 12 years ago . We stayed at the Esplanade hotel and we did the Bray to Greystones walk one day . Really enjoyable walk. Got bus back to Bray high street. ❤ Bray .
Been there and walked some of it. Beautiful!
Did this a couple of years ago on a beautiful summer day.
I run this way last time
Was really beautiful
Fab walk. Did Bray to Greystones then had lunch at a lively creperie and walked back a great day out.
Yes on a lovely sunny day🌞 with my husband it was a breath of fresh air 🌿🌿💞
I did it its absolutely beautiful but could do with a loo at the halfway mark 😂
Yes Greystones is my home town.
How it all has changed.....
Syro Fleming perfect for a Sunday walk
Fabio add to the list, my grandparents used to walk this when they were courting
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