Unforgettable Ireland : Dublin (Part 2)

Merrion Square

A private party in some alley on way to Merrion Square

A private party in some alley on way to Merrion Square

Leinster House (1745)

Leinster House (1745)

Street Performer Festival at Merrion Square

Street Performer Festival at Merrion Square

Oscar Wilde House

Oscar Wilde House

A tiny little car

A tiny little car

Georgian Doors

Georgian Doors

Another set of Georgian Doors

Another set of Georgian Doors

National Gallery (1859)

National Gallery (1859)

North of River Liffey (O’Connell Bridge, Monument and Boulevard)

Looking to O’Connell  Boulevard from O’Connell Bridge

Looking to O’Connell Boulevard from O’Connell Bridge

Towering O’Connell Monument (1882) sits at the entrance to O’Connell Boulevard.

Towering O’Connell Monument (1882) sits at the entrance to O’Connell Boulevard.

General Post Office from 1818 on O’Connell Boulevard

General Post Office from 1818 on O’Connell Boulevard

The Happy Ring House on O’Connell Boulevard

The Happy Ring House on O’Connell Boulevard

One of the angles on O’Connell Monument

One of the angles on O’Connell Monument

Looking to the east from O’Connell Bridge of 1880 (Building with green dome is Custom House from 1791)

Looking to the east from O’Connell Bridge of 1880 (Building with green dome is Custom House from 1791)


There are about 25 bridges over River Liffey.
Looking to the west from O’Connell Bridge

Looking to the west from O’Connell Bridge

Happenny Bridge (1816)

Happenny Bridge (1816)

Grand Finale

We had a table with taps and pulled our own Guinness

We had a table with taps and pulled our own Guinness


We closed out trip to Ireland with dinner, music and Irish dance at Arlington Hotel Restaurant.
Our dinner

Our dinner

Exuberant music

Exuberant music

Beautiful dance

Beautiful dance

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