The Plaza Hotel
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... storehouse was unlike any brewery we had ever seen. It was huge! The beer is not actually brewed here (but it is brewed right next door), it's just for visitor's and is shaped like a giant pint glass (pretty cool) and is over 7 stories tall. Pretty amazing! There was a lot of back history on how Guinness started, and how Arthur Guinness "saved" Dublin by creating jobs with his beer. Did you know he has a 9,000 year lease on the factory? Crazy! Erik & I learned how ...
... was impressive and worth an over an hour visit.
We did a lot of walking and last minute shopping in the city center. We crossed the Half Penny bridge and wandered through the Temple Bar neighborhood. As always, we met a few characters along the way. You have got to love the Irish!
We fly home tomorrow - it seems like we have been here more than 9 days. I could stay a few more . . .
... ball, or getting into strife, drinking in the park or something else illegal but harmless. Very different from how kids play at home though, they seem to all gather in the streets and hang out together. The irish-ness is different between north and south, but distinctly Irish in their own way. Another recommendation for Dublin is the Guinness Storehouse. It was really amazing. We were expecting to just go in, learn about hops and barley, then drink a Guinness and ...
... made our way to to Marrion Park where Caleb found a statue of Michael Collins, it was good to see the Artists still selling there wares along the fence line of the park. We had a quick photo stop outside the Maternity Hospital where Finn was born (much to his embarrassment) and then onto The Northumberlands, Love Lane where everyone lined up for a photo outside our old Apartment. Legs were getting tired so we called into our old local ...
Welcome to Ireland!
First day in Ireland….after landing, getting our bags, and going through customs, our first entry point into Ireland was Dublin International Airport. Mad props to the passport checker who said 'So, you're the secret millionaire visiting us.’ For those of you who don’t know, my current (and former) occupation is ‘Philanthropist’ which is what ...