Jackson Court Hotel
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... library as many are committed to being stored at a facility near the airport.
Of course the most famous book is that of the Book Of Kells.
The Book of Kells (Irish: Leabhar Cheanannais) (Dublin, Trinity College Library, sometimes known as the Book of Columba) is an illuminated manuscript Gospel book in Latin, containing the four Gospels of the New Testament together with various prefatory texts and tables. It was created in ...
... good clothing shops, but our best find was Butlers Chocolates, OMG, they are seriously delicious (Tiffa you would LOVE them!!), we're pretty easily pleased as you can tell.
We found O'Neill's hotel (supposedly the best Irish pub in Ireland, but I think that just depends on what magazine your read) and headed in their for a drink. Not much happening, but it was fun.
We were then off to Kilkenny, what a sweet little village, cute shops but best of all ...
... largest church in Ireland and
the one that approaches in physical size and splendor some of the cathedrals on
the continent. The real appeal, though, is the way it exhibits Irish history in
a way similar to that Westminster Abbey or Saint Paul’s in London do for
England, with the burial places of prominent Irishmen and remembrances to
important people and events in Irish history throughout.
... this place, apparently the number 1 Trip Advisor international recommendation. What an extraordinary place - it is 7 storeys high, with the inside built in the shape of a guinness pint, each level highlighting one aspect of the brewing process. The building was bought in 1759 by Arthur Guinness with a 9000 year lease - now that is forward planning! You can partake in tasting classes, learn to pour a guinness or ...
... a big deal... I busked on Grafton Street for the 1st time! I walked almost the entire length of the street, there were maybe 3-4 other street performers and I wanted to respect their space and not be on anyone else's toes and I finally made it to the very end where it meets Stephen's Green, and there, that's where I made up shop. I told some boston friends and before you knew it! they were there standing next to me applauding and clapping along, especially singing along ...