Sunday the 5th-Dublin Tour
The Irish breakfast again started the day; everyone was rested and ready to go. We decided that the 'Bus Tour' would maxmize viewing; and then you can hop-on-off to see what you want. We caught the #130 into downtown and then found the tour bus vendor and caught the next one by; the whole circuit takes about and hour and a half; everything from the Post Office of 1916 fame, Trinity college [book of Kells], the City Hall, Christ Church [church of Ireland], St Patrick's, Wellington Moument and of course Guniess and Jamiesons. Following the tour we selected McD's for tea/coffee [you have to be a customer for neccessary access past the guard] and agreed to meet at Ryan's [a pub of note and a stop from the tour] at 7ish for dinner. We each had a 'wish' list to see/do; we reboarded and Kas&Lynn where going with me to the national museum. When we arrived there where 17 minutes until opening-Lynn announced 'see you later - don't wait for us' - and off to shop she went with Kas not seen again until Ryan's with some treasures in hand.
more to come -off to work