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... the live entertainment.
Next stop was for dinner and after a bit of wandering we found an amazing restaurant where we spoiled ourselves to some fine dining and a great glass of red.
Feeling the day’s drive and knowing that we had an early flight we curtailed our festivities and headed home, dreading what temperature our room might be.
Luckily the heater had started to do it's thing and with bag packed we headed to sleep excited for our next destination, ...
... steel mixing bowl at the apartment
- Tim and Adah exploring Dublin City Centre together, including the St. Stephen’s Green and St. Patrick's Cathedral playgrounds
- Catching the 5:30 pm Evensong at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Yes, my inner ‘Altar Boy of the Year’ was calling me.
- Jeff puking his guts out in an Irish porcelain ...
... I am pleased Toby dragged me out of the hotel and made me explore the city Centre. There had been a massive sporting game played earlier so the streets were lined with people in their team colours. I love the atmosphere of Dublin, the people are friendly and their pubs are adorable! ! I'm sure the Irish would not describe their pubs as adorable but I love their little buildings. On first impressions I love Ireland. ...
... best thing to do was go to the lounge.
Our total time in this little stop over was 2 days, and during that time we efficiently covered Trilogy College which has the "Book of Kells", floor to ceiling books and a wonderful representation of early writing. This was of course, within walking distance and was one of the things Alan really wanted to see.
On our way back we stopped at the Oscar Wilde statue which ...
... the city stopping only at key points, since our time was now limited to just one day in Dublin. We also wanted to keep moving so we could beat our jet lag and not fall asleep early. We didn't want to make it harder for us to adjust to the time change. Ireland is 6 hours ahead of CST. This means that when we landed in Ireland at 9am, it felt like 3am to us. We walked up Bridge street and crossed the River Liffey. We then turned east, ...