Inn on the Liffey
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... capital city. You can walk a long way before you actually hear any of the local language spoken. I must have walked for a good time before I heard that wonderful Irish brogue. The Dublin dialect is generally soft but not so lilting as the west of the country.
Don.t ask me what other languages I had heard during my morning first walk towards my first chosen port of call which was to be Trinity College. I paid €10.00 for ...
... city, and while it looked a little dingy from the outside it was really quite nice inside. By now, to be honest, its all about how comfortable the bed and how good the shower is!!. We dropped our luggage and went downstairs to their pub/restaurant for a quick lunch. It was here that I quickly realized the Irish don't know what a Pimms is....nooooooooooo, I have just fallen in love with it, and now I cant get it, that's not right!!! Ok, breath...... so let ...
... though, urban cathedrals charge admission. I thought Christ
Church’s 6 Euro fee was a bit steep for what I saw within its rather plain walls,
even though it had a crypt that can be visited. Crypts are cool!
So I was a little hesitant to pay my next 6 Euros to get
into Saint Patrick’s Cathedral the next day. Saint Patrick is, of course, the
patron saint of Ireland, the dude ...
... runs deep. There were also sad stories of children as young as 5 yrs old being imprisoned for stealing food during the famine or for being homeless.
We walked from the jail to the Irish Museum of Modern Art, a beautiful old building but I don't understand what is appealing about a painted branch with coloured plastic bags attached or a "painting" that I have seen completed by 4 year olds! Despite my lack ...
... up on this blog, plus resting my tired legs, as i must have walked 15 kilometres yesterday.
Today i ventured north to a village called Howth. Its a seaside village with some cliff walks. The train ride takes about 30 minutes through some very nice scenery. After arriving i find the path to the cliff walks and we off. Its a 7 kilometre loop, and the coastal scenery is nice. The day is slightly overcast and mild. Plenty of people doing the walk as well. ...