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probability was right, because they can give you any information unless a
"I don’t know".
Despite the cold, drizzle and wind is a welcoming city not
to say that it has the lovely, the Spire (Monument of Light) in the middle of
O'Connell, the world's biggest monument 121.2 meters tall with leaves the
center of the city with unique charm (I want to embrace that "needle”).
And after walking a few meters the ...
... really just a wall of the castle). It's easy to say Blarney castle has had its fair share of action over the years! Over to Dublin where the party really starts. We had heard all about 'Temple Bar' being the place to be, so we made our way to temple street thinking it must be close. We found a Temple Bar on the corner however not quite what we were expecting... The bar was full of people aged 40+ singing terrible karaoke, not quite our idea of a good night out. The next ...
... basement level where they have a full out supermarket! We get some prepared food for the kids (chicken and potatoes) as well as a lunch for Jim since he didn't order for at the cafe. We head over to the St Stephen's Green park across the road to find a bench. The park is busy and filled with birds. This park used to be a medieval commons where executions took place...but we didn't see any hauntings. We watched the pigeons and people in the park before heading up Grafton ...
... the freeway to Belfast, only a couple of hours away. At Warrenpoint we took the Mourne Coastal Route, which clings to the water's edge, with the magnificent towering mountains on the left. There weren't many safe place to stop and take photos, which I found frustrating. I stuck the camera out the car window several times, but that doesn't always work, and I'm afraid of dropping it.
The mountains really do sweep down to the sea. It was all so picturesque, ...
... down the back alleys I went. I was really amazed at how Dublin had changed since my last visit almost 15 years ago. It is cool, the back streets reminding me a little of Melbourne's cafe scene. I stumbled on some camera stores like Conns and Camera Exchange and then walked down a street with Embassies in it. Then I went to the Tea shop I had read about and bought some Chai Tea for Josephine. After that I went down this little street called Coppinger Row and stopped for lunch at a ...
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