When the St. Patrick’s Day festivities began to simmer down, I eventually got to experience the rest of the city. Dublin is yet another young and energetic European capital. Its beautiful city centre is paved with red cobblestone and very pedestrian friendly. It also offers some gorgeous parks and museums. Within just a few hours, Dublin had won me over and topped my list as one of the most livable places in Europe. The city is fun and lively. The locals are friendly and passionate. The beer is cheap and smooth. What more could you ask for?
when i was there, i felt that the locals were SUPER friendly! I was standing in front of Trinity College holding my map. I wasn’t lost or anything, I was just waiting for my parents to come get me when this random person came up to me and ask me if I needed help with direction! and it happened a couple of times that day 🙂 I love the irish!
These are some excellent shots of the city. Hope I’ll make it there one day!
Another beautiful slideshow! I have a friend who wants to live there for a year or so, I might have to go visit. How WAS St Patties day by the way?
It was a lot of fun! So much festivities, beer, and green!
Nice shots Tracy… what I found surprising is how sunny it is in your pictures!! I thought Ireland was like England, always rainy 🙂
Wonderful photos! How great you could be there for St. Patrick’s Day festivities.
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