Ended in a delightful dinner at this bistro near our hotel.
Also, our hotel is above the firehouse, they had the door open so I finally got a photo.
We learned that when Ireland became independent that it wanted the harp as is national symbol.
Apparently, that was and had been trade marked by Guinness for years. So they had to negotiate with them to use it. The terms they came to, the county of Ireland had to flip it. So they are base on the right side.
I'm not a fitbit user, but Mike sure is.
Needless to say, we've been getting our 10,000 steps in normally by around lunch.
But, we got badges, I didn't even know this was a thing. I feel accomplished.
The lighthouse came from the day in Edinburgh, where we did the yacht and both castles.
The ferris wheel came from yesterday's adventure to northern Ireland and the Causeway.
I found my first working fountain of our trip.
Everyone keeps telling us it is unseasonably cold. It sure is & rainy.
I felt like we would have been remiss with out a trip to the green. It's like their central park.
We also wandered around grafton street where the shopping is. No purchasing, but it's always nice to look.
Our stroll today also took us by St Patrick's cathedral. It has quite a beautiful park next to it. That's where the Viking playground photo is from.