Dublin - the fair city

The seduction of the People of ireland established the energy levels for the rest of this stunning and beautiful Emerald Country. With a thousand years plus history and a large number of bars and restaurants, the city can easily be browsed around on foot.

The Dublinia exhibition, beside the central old Christchurch cathedral, is an ideal starting location for any city tour. Within a 10 minute walk is the magnificent Trinity college famous Book of Kells. The walkways of Grafton St, and St Stephens Green nearby, are lively and brilliant for shopaholics and watching people.

Irelands parliament is interesting but it is the Castle of Dublin, which lends most the appeal to The history of Dublin.

Over the river, the large colonial post office on O'Connell Street where irish nationalism rose again during 1916 - the uprising was lead by Daniel O'Connell which led to Ireland's independence from Britain. The Rock and Stroll museum, and the Dublin Literary tour must be seen if you wish to truly be informed of Ireland's incredible legacy of literature and music. The definite museums to visit are; the Joyce museum, Dublin writers museum and National museum.

To see the jovial Irish distinctive character look round the lively pubs and restaurants of the Temple Bar district, an entertainment hub of narrow streets adjoining the river.

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