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An early morning today to catch the train from Belfast to Dublin. Our cabbie who delivered us to the station was a friendly Belfast local (all the cabbies in the UK seem to be locals) who told us about the street we had been staying on (Castle St) and showed us a couple of photos on his phone from the height of the Troubles with tanks and barricades right where the hotel now stands. It was very weird seeing a cabbie legally allowed to use his phone while driving! But he was ...
We have clearly left Kerry. Gone are the rolling hills, quaint little towns, and occasional cow / sheep crossing the streets. Welcome to Dublin! Home to 1.2 million people. And super international. My taxi driver (Irish guy) coming back from dropping off the rental car at the airport last night commented on that. With the introduction of the EU and the opening of all the borders, the influx of ...
After arriving back in Dublin late Thursday evening, we decided to lie low on Friday. It was Peter's Birthday and we decided to take it easy.....except for Friday evening of course. Maura and Seci took us to a great seafood restaurant "Matt the Thresher". Food, wine and company all excellent. We wandered into Temple Bar and listened to some Irish ...
... at the lights and no jay-walking - they walk on the road whenever they think the traffic isn't coming. The good thing is that there are many one way streets in the downtown core so you can anticipate traffic somewhat.
We are going to be returning to Dublin and I'm happy about that as it's a beautiful city with such friendly people and have more we want to see there on our way back from Edinburgh. A great city.
... when starting to cross the street and almost got squashed by the cars that ran the lights!
Our next stop was St. Patricks, the Protestant Church of Ireland's national cathedral. Besides being the longest medieval church in Ireland, it is also famous because Jonathan Swift, the author of Gulliver's Travels was dean of this cathedral. Sharon seemed so impressed by the edifice that we thought she was about to sign up for the ...