Sights and Sounds of Dublin

This is the front of Trinity College. I took gobs of photos as this place was so magical. We had tickets to see the Book of Kells which was amazing. But the breathtaking experience for me was the Library itself at Trinity. The arched beam ceilings rise to an astonding height. Then there are the book shelves soaring at great heights, too. So many ancient volumes so beautifully maintained!

We ate at this restaurant before we went to the theatre. This was one of Kimberly's favorite places when she studied in Dublin. Oh my, they have the best crepes ever in this whole wide world. Yummy!

Bill is inside Lemon where we picked up their menu just in case I want to place an order "to go"!

Click on the photo to see the Heineken sign. It was very cool walking Dublin at night!

You will need to click on this photo to see the amazing casts of shadows on the building and landscaping. There were so many eye-catching photos!

Look at all the cranes! They were everywhere in Dublin.....the city is definitely filled with vitality. (Tulsa is definitely dead...poor Tulsans!)

This clock is very cool. On the hour, the dancers on the clock perform....just like the wall clocks from Germany.

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