Photographic impressions from our travels near and far…
“When I die Dublin will be written in my heart.” James Joyce
Dublin is big, varied, historic and a whole lot of fun. If pub hopping is your thing you can’t do any better than this fantastic city.
If you’re looking to walk around Dublin, the good news is that it’s flat. The bad news is it’s like a maze, so bring your phone for navigation.
Top: The walk along the River Liffey.
Top right: The street in front of The Temple Bar which is a bar in the Temple Bar neighborhood which is named after a man named Temple who had a sand bar on his property.
Middle right: The Ha’Penny Bridge.
Bottom right: Downtown pedestrian shopping mall.
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Occupying a land area about the size of the United States and Mexico combined, Antarctica is the highest, driest, coldest, windiest and brightest place on Earth. It is completely covered by a layer of ice that averages more than one mile thick, but is nearly three miles thick in some places. It is without questionContinue reading “Cruising To Antarctica”