Carlton Hotel Blanchardstown
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After using her bathroom, ...
I took a tour of the Trinity College and the old library where they keep and display the Book of Kells. It is one of the earliest examples of what is now known as Celtic art. It is a illustrated New Testament, now broken into 4 volumes, and written on calfskin. Photo of me entering the Long Room of the old library below. It was taken by my classmate Summer who I spent most of today ...
... going paddling the next day .... in search of a water access only cache. Seemed like a good idea at the time to join them........
Next day - I turn up with my muesli bar and bottle of water ..... well that's how I go paddling in Oz ..... mmmmm they were all getting very serious with wetsuits etc ..... instructor started to talk about spring ...
We hiked around Dublin until I was limping. It was wonderful.
After breakfast at the castle, we started out with Dublinia, (duh-blin-EE-ah), (http://www.dublinia.ie/), the Viking Dublin museum at Christchurch Cathedral. It was interesting enough, but covered a lot of information that we already knew.
Next stop: coffee, seriously.
After that we hit Trinity College, walking over the same cobbles as Jonathan Swift, Bram Stoker, Oscar Wilde, Samuel ...