Day Trips in DublinEdit This
October 01, 2005 new by giorgio
Dublin - A full Irish Breakfast
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O'Connels Bridge, the Millenium Spire, General Post Office, Moore Street, Hapenny Bridge and Temple Bar, Bank of Ireland and Trinity College, then St Stephens Green and Grafton Street. Continue towards St' Patrick Cathedral, Christchurch and Dublin Castle. Finish your trip with a pint of black stuff at Guinness Hop Store.
photo by: Veroni B/Portmarnockwaves.com
Thevillage of Portmarnock is without a port yet! However, does have a station, that in the1850's at a leisurely 40.m.p.h. brought thousands to the beach, connecting station and strand by horse drawn cariage. These days the old pleasure train has become the "sardine-line" to "Banklin"!
Portmarnock, the name coming from St.Marnock who arrived there in the fifth century. Marnock a missionary of St.Patrick, converted the local Celts from worshiping Water, Trees,and Wells, to Christianity. (Tendencies that are still prevalent today if you observe the inhabitants fancy more..
Discover all the city’s attractions, Millenium Spire, O'Connells and Happenny Bridge, Temple Bar and Trinity College, in a 3 hours self guided walk.
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