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... was built next to a well where St Patrick baptised converts. Again, the church has been subject to rebuilds and renovations, but the current building dates from around 1225. A beautiful old building, but not quite as elegant as Christ Church. However, the interior is full of interesting plaques and memorials, similar to Westminster Abbey. Of note for me is that St Patrick's is the final resting place for Jonathan Swift.
One of the fantastic things about ...
... school. Then we headed to Dublin Castle. There's only a small section still standing because of a fire, but they built onto the castle and is now a meeting place for the EU. We also stopped by Christ Church Cathedral. After the tour, Michelle and I went and stopped by St. Patrick's Cathedral. After walking around for a couple hours, we decided to rest our feet and go to St. Stephen's Green. It was a beautiful day ...
... before we even leave. We went through another round of checks, all run by American customs officers and then I was introduced to what "additional security" means. The thin smiling Irish gentleman with the brightly colored tie apologizes for the need to "wand" and probe my bag and frisk me....his voice may be apologetic but his eyes were not. I still don't see why I had to be patted down twice. Anyway, security violation over we headed into the US departure gates and found ...
... fun and friendly band at The Snug pub afforded me the opportunity to grant Kerin her birthday wish, a rendition of "Happy Birthday" in an Irish accent. We decided to try our luck in Temple Bar, but the crowded bars were not to our liking. We did some St. Paddy's "flare" shopping before moving to a less crowded pub district nearer to our B&B.
The lack of sleep and nonstop excitement of the day was wearing thin on both me and Ryan. At Hogan's Bar ...
... The pub was too much fun, the ambiance, the drinks, the music and the company were all so much for me to soak in. I am surprised at how quickly new friends can feel like old friends, how much the local culture can make you really feel at home. I was talking with some of my new friends, and I have decided to come back to Dublin for a few days next weekend. There is a lot I didn't see, and I have been promised a night dancing with the girls.
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