Looking Back: Dublin Day 2 (Part 2) In Pictures

Today we will look back at the second part of Dublin Day 2. I think we did the most walking on Day 2, and while my legs were screaming in pain by the end of the day, I was glad the reason they were screaming was because of such a wonderful day versus hurting for nothing at all. Surprisingly, the pain subsided while I slept, which hardly ever happens. I know I had some special spirits looking over me, and I like to think they played a hand in my better than expected health throughout the week. Day 2 Part 2 takes us through Merrion Square through our storytelling dinner at The Brazen Head Pub, Ireland’s oldest pub. If you click on one of the pictures below, it will turn into a gallery which you might find easier to view. Cheers!

If you would like to learn more about the sights I saw on Day 2 Part 2, here are links for you:

PDF Copy of “A Selection of Stories from An Evening of Food, Folklore and Fairies at The Brazen Head

Oscar Wilde Statue, Merrion Square

O’Neill’s Pub

Knobs and Knockers

Molly Malone

Bewley’s Oriental Cafe on Grafton

Dame Tavern

Costa

Dublin Castle

Queen of Tarts

Dublina Viking and Medieval Museum

The Brazen Head

I hope that you visit tomorrow for Dublin, Day 3, Part 1 (including James Joyce statue and James Joyce Centre). Until then, be well my friend!

*** All photographs that are a part of this gallery were taken by me, Jill Ocone, on August 16,2016 and are copyrighted. It is illegal to reproduce or to take credit for my intellectual property contained on this post. Thank you for your compliance.

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