Our ports of calls also included Ireland – Dublin was our first Irish city.
I don’t know what I was picturing, but it wasn’t true. Dublin is a huge city with skyscrapers, horrible traffic and all that.
It seemed that every road the bus driver took, you could see this colorful building. I have no idea what the building holds, but I would like to think it is a toy store. You can’t tell by this photo, but each colored block is shaped like a puzzle piece. I will probably do some research about it in my spare time.
Our next stop was Phoenix Park, the largest enclosed public park in Europe.
The building was not a big deal, except they had a large sign with our granddaughter’s name on it. The Queen’s garden had unique and downright weird plants. I knew my girls would like to see the Dragon’s Tongue!
Hubby bored with church’s Hey, a maze that even I could get through!
We went back into Dublin for an afternoon tour to see “Traditional Irish Entertainment” The adventure took place in a pub, no less, and everyone got to drink a Guinness, I had Sprite Zero, and we watched a lass do some Riverdance moves.
Then, the talented lass, one Jean Kennedy•, decided we could be taught a few ‘mild’ dance moves. Your welcome for sparing you any photo or video evidence of this complete mess. A lot of giggles and fun was had by all.
- Watch for Jean Kennedy if you see a performance of Riverdance next summer in the USA. Our tour group is pretty darn sure that she will pass the try-outs taking place in Ireland this week. Break a Leg, Jean!!
♥ TTFN ♥
P.S. It was not until I zoomed in did I realize the Irish “phonebooth” was supposed to be a cell phone. Ha!