DublinJune 1 in Ireland ⋅ ☀️ 16 °C
Dublin was our next stop after Kilkenny. It is Irelands capital and 25% of the population live there.
The River Liffey divides the city into two, with Halfpenny Bridge the most famous walking bridge that crosses it.
Dublin is also home to the famous Trinity College and also "sweet Molly Malone" who sold cockles and mussels here, although there is a controversial statue of her in the city that portrays her as not so sweet, which was apparently the case.
The city's Temple Bar area is famous for Irish pubs and music and it was certainly pumping when we were there. We found a great old pub, the Oliver St. John Gogarty, which had great food, beer and live music.Read more
Traveler Will you have time to look at the botanical gardens in Dublin?
Traveler Not sure. Are they worth it because if so we can try.
Traveler Not sure I didn't get to go. I ran out of time