So here goes...it's gonna be as blunt as a plastic spoon in a knife fight!
This is a picture of Dublin's coloured doors (I know...there is a "u" in colour!).
This is me touching hot pillars...I like to do in my spare time - really it's the General Post Office (GPO) in Dublin where the famous Easter Rising took place in 1916, and that's a bullet hole from then.
23rd September was Arthur's Day, dedicated to the founder of Guinness, Arthur Guinness. The company hosted a series of concerts around the city and parts of the world via TV link up to mark the event. As the company was founded in 1759, everyone in the audience and on stage toasted "To Arthur" at 17:59 to honour him - oh there's a 'u' in honour, too...hehe!
The famous comedian/TV presenter Patrick Kielty with the band aptly called The Hoosiers who we listened to and enjoyed.
This is inside a wee church dedicated to St. Augustine & St. John's which was opposite the concert we went to.
This is Dana jumping for joy at Dublin's Hall of fame --amazingly this was one take!
Dublin's cobbled streets --watch yer heels!
Some boy out on a day release programme chatting madness...
...and then two more day releasers with Molly Malone - She wheeled her wheel barrow, through Streets broad and narrow, crying cockles and mussels, alive-alive-ohhh!
A big game of Monopoly in Dublin!
A wee bit of culture at Trinity College where we saw the famous Celtic artwork 'The Book of Kells'. It ornately displays in Latin the four Gospels.
But as luck would have it, sure didn't we meet one of the wee buoyos in the street looking for gold - although he was not so wee as he was bigger than Dana!
Eating sushi with Takai. Takai is living in Ireland for one year and learning English (haha...with an Irish accent!).
The Irish President's Residence...very easy to find...haha...I would have never have guessed that the beacon of Irish democracy is beside the zoo!!!
That's about it and sums up our visit to Dublin. I hope you enjoyed it. ;)