The Kingfisher Capel Street Apartments
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Dublin Day 1: After a day of sitting in The Mothership, Trains and Ferries all day yesterday we decided to set off on foot and visit all our old haunts today. We clocked up close to 15km during the course of the day, an impressive achievement for the children!! We walked into the centre of Dublin, we made it 3/4 of the way up Grafton St where Emma made her first purchase of the day in Next, back down Grafton St filled with buskers and beggars ...
... to give me (T) a complimentary ""treatment". I sat in the first barber chair that I had been in for probably over 50 years. It felt comfortable. The lady, yes a lady barber, placed a hot towel over my head then begin to massage my shoulders, neck and head. No haircut, just the massage. As we were leaving she said that I should come back when I had more hair. Ouch!!!
Back to the hotel for a short rest before ...
... is a series of rapids passing through a narrow gap, but the path passes through a small tunnel at the side. We could not agree whether the tunnel was an old river channel or was man made. The valley is just gorgeous, though the rocky path was very slippery underfoot. Further along was the Devil's Cauldron. This was the most spectacular part of the whole walk. Here the river is actively carving a path for itself through the rock in a very narrow canyon in a most spectacular ...
... a mass of people trying to get up to a table. We decided that there must be something worth seeing there so we also scrunched our way up to see both books. They are fine specimens, but seeing them was anticlimactic. It was hard to see and lots of pushing around to get into position. The tour then moved up the stairs to the Long Room which is just beautiful, but, again, had lots of people and it was hard to appreciate ...
Still staying awake. All we want to do is sleeeeep. Just strolled Dublin all day. Went to a beautiful park, Trinity College, downtown shops, had a delicious coffee and tea, and don't even get me started on the Metro Cafe. Foodgasm. I had a Black Forest ham toasted sandwich. I had to make the call ; expensive and unfilling veggie sandwich or cheaper and more ...