Eva Longoria creates ultimate Dublin to do list

Eva Longoria creates ultimate Dublin to do list

Eva Longoria touched down on Irish soil yesterday and since her arrival she has maybe created (and completed) the ultimate Dublin to-do list - it even included a packet of Smokey Bacon Taytos.

The actress has arrived to take part in Dublin's Web Summit today and before she landed she took to Twitter to ask for sightseeing recommendations.

After receiving hundreds of replies, the 'Eva Longoria’s Dublin to do list' is as follows:

1: Begin with the typical Aer Lingus flight and some on-board entertainment.

We wonder if she's team Nidge or team Fran?

2: Dig into a traditional Irish breakfast in the famous Bewleys Café on Grafton Street to fuel you for the big day ahead.

2: Take a stroll around Trinity College and visit The Book of Kells.

3: Take a break, put your feet up and maybe take a power nap in a nearby Costa Coffee.

4: Visit the “beautiful” St. Patricks Cathedral.

5: Make your way to the Elephant and Castle for some delicious chicken wings.

6: Create a scavenger hunt to find your nearest packet of Smokey Bacon taytos.

You think she went as far as a good Cheese and Onion Tayto sandwhich? Yummy!

7: Finally head into Temple Bar to party the night away.

The former Desperate Houswife actress will be in Dublin over the next few days and we can’t wait to see what else she has planned.

She may even take Coppers up on their offer.

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