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... We then took at stroll down memory lane and found our way back to the City centre via Baggot St. Once back in the City Emma made her second purchase of the day, I made my first and we headed into Temple Bar for a quick pint before crossing the bridge for the trek back home.
Dublin Day 2: I started the day with a quick 4km walk amongst the commuters at rush hour into the City Centre for a Dental appointment, the rest of the ...
... wishful thinking for hard earned $$ longer than most religions. (I watch for lightning even when I am visiting churches!) This church is/was heavily supported by the Guinness (beer) family who were rewarded by a number of private pews so they don't have to rub elbows with the masses right up at the front of the congregation. You know, that place you have to sit if you show up too late for any ...
... were little kids again! Climbing on Giant's furniture! Listening to Fairy stories! Walking through a rainbow to the pot of gold! So much fun!!!!
Us girls continued on to St. Patrick's Cathedral which is still breathtaking.
We had dinner at a place that had Traditional Irish dancing and Irish Music, then went to a club for a last few drinks with our group.
... decision. Mom and dad got to learn how to 'properly test beer' and how to pour it, but Jack and I could not because we were too young. The museum ended in a bar 9 storeys up with a 360 degrees view of downtown Dublin and off to the Wicklow mountains. We walked around Trinity College but the Old Library with the Book of Kells was closed. It was raining after that, go figure. We spent some ...
... do live pub music so well. Every pub you step in to there is some sort of band playing away, providing great atmosphere.
Other things that we learnt that Irish do well is coming prepared to parade. We saw more then one person carrying a step ladder with them. It provides a great view and a seat! Such good thinkers. It'll be on the list of things to pack in future! Things learnt from the Irish:
The evening drawed to a close and we were up early to head back on the ...