Ireland: Dublin

Lively, vibrant, and gritty… rich with history, literature, music, street life, and night life…

Prepare to meet some colorful characters like nowhere else in the world.

Let’s go!

Getting from the Airport to Downtown

Easy to remember number for double-decker airport bus to downtown: 747!

O’Connell Street

Post Office, Jim Larkin, Millennium Spire on O’Connell Street
Burger King
Ireland gets bit less Catholic every day
Bronze tribute to James Joyce, novelist & poet known for his work “Ulysses”

Double decker bus

Favorite Bars

The Long Hall Exterior
My favorite stool and a Guinness at the Long Hall
The Hairy Lemon
Hard Cider at the Library. Sláinte Mhaith!

Temple Bar

Trad and modern at Murray’s
Oscar Wilde, James Joyce, William Butler Yeats (Fibber Magee’s)
A handsome, friendly young lad, The International Bar
Football fans, Fibber Magee’s
Cute doggie
Empty Kegs

Kilmainham Gaol

The 1916 Proclamation (worth taking a few minutes to read)
Pay your respects the the 1916 Freedom Fighters at Kilmainham Gaol.

Dublin Street Scenes

Feed your head. Read.
F. X. Buckley
A lovely moment, Saint Stephen’s Green
Buskers on Grafton Street
Singing for a worthy cause on Grafton Street
Ha’penny Bridge
Leo Burdock’s Fish & Chips
Molly Malone
Old photograph of Irish ironworkers in New York City
Paddy Power
Lost Crayons
Mucha street art
The Walkeleles
Why is Cannabis illegal?
Ha’Penny Bridge and River Liffey at night

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