As soon as I got to the airport I noticed Dublin was a very organized and clean place. Plus , people are veeery kind and helpful. This trip was unique for so many reasons and some of them are quite interesting. It was a job trip and I was placed to the wrong hotel. So, I spent at least two nights at the wrong location. However I loved the hotel.
There you’ll find a kind of a pub attached to the hotel. The food and the environment are sooooo amazing ! Their food is super , let me emphasize that.
It was really cold and I loved the hotel I was transferred to.
The Malahide Beach is just in front of the Gran Hotel , the right hotel booked for me !!!
This was my second visit to Dublin it was warmer then , plus , I was with a friend and we had a blast together.
Fusiliers' Arch is a monument which forms part of the Grafton Street entrance to St Stephen's Green park, in Dublin, Ireland. Erected in 1907, it was dedicated to the officers, non-commissioned officers and enlisted men of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers who fought and died in the Second Boer War (1899–1902).
Molly Malone is the enigmatic heroine of the famous song of the same name, widely recognised as Dublin’s unofficial anthem. Immortalised in bronze during the 1988 Dublin Millennium celebrations, her statue takes pride of place in the heart of Dublin’s historic Georgian Quarter. Though regularly upheld as a traditional Irish ballad, it is not known for certain where the song originated, or if Molly Malone ever actually existed.
Behind me you see the wonderful Bank of Ireland. I can imagine thousands and thousands of gnomes collecting and organizing the gold pots. ☘️
The flower man !!!
This park is huge ... almost lost a bust trying to find the way out.