City Walks: Dublin, Ireland from the old town center
ON a fine September morning we take a walk across the River Liffey and over to this old town center’s Temple Bar district and up to Christ Church Cathedral. Subsequently over to Dublin Castle, on to St. Stephen’s Green, through Trinity College, and rear to O’Connel St.
Dublin is an wonderful place, full of history, structure, and pubs. The meals not to bad although resorts and accommodation is somewhat costly. I had a couple pints of Guinness while still there but also attempted several other Irish beers that were even better. As far as what to eat and food goes, my favorite was also and Stew Lamb. It can get moist and our times there were sunny to partly cloudy although I lucked out on the weather.
There speaking in this one and I apologize for the gimbal. It broke literally moments after I pushed “stop” on the camera. I believe before we depart Ireland, I have it fixed now and expect to find a few more towns and cities.
Capital of the Republic of Ireland, Dublin, is on the east coast of Ireland in the mouth of the River Liffey. Its historic buildings include Dublin Castle, dating to the 13th century, and imposing St Patrick’s Cathedral, founded in 1191. City parks consist of landscaped St Stephen’s Green and Phoenix Park that is huge , including Dublin Zoo. The National Museum of Ireland explores culture and Irish heritage.