Monday, December 10, 2018

{Travel}Day 7 Dublin: Part 1 - Book of Kells, Shopping & Captain America

I think we're up to Day 7 of our trip and visiting our daughter in Dublin.  To catch up on our Edinburgh trip, start here and Day 1 of Dublin is here.
Skirt: Primark
Fleece Tights: Primark
Chambray Button Down: Old Navy (thrifted)

We discovered a cute cafe called Blas  near our flat and had a lovely breakfast there before heading out.
With our trusty tour guide we walked over to Trinity College to view The Book of Kells.

 You have to pay admission to get in to see them.
 It's a walk through exhibit and very interesting.
 My favorite part was the Long Room.
 This library is really awe inspiring and gorgeous.
 I could have spent all day in there!

 This letter cracked me up!
 Off we go for more coffee...
 and some shopping...
 This mall was so pretty. We spent a good amount of time in Flying Tiger and I'm going to do a separate post of all of the cute Christmas merchandise we found there.
 Time for some lunch so of course we stop Captain Americas.
 The decor was definitely fun to explore.
 And the food wasn't bad either!
 I ordered veggie fajitas and they were quite yummy!
There's more from this day but it will have to wait until later.

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Andrea Nine said...

I am too in awe of that library. I want to go and stay a week, lol!

Creations By Cindy said...

WOW! The pictures are awesome. Playing catch up today. I know you enjoyed each and every moment. Hugs and blessings, cindy

Tamar SB said...

That library, wow!!

Ryoma Sakamoto.Japan said...

As "Christmas approached, the town became gorgeous".
Christmas song flows, and a roadside tree is displayed with gorgeous neon.
I am excited just to walk the town. "

Julie's Creative Lifestyle said...

I was in Ireland 19 years ago and we did the Book of Kells too. It's been so long since I've been there and I would love to go back again. It looks like you had a great time with you daughter!
Thanks for sharing at C&C with J&J. :)

Carla from The River said...

That letter is interesting. Ha!
Did you have any trouble understanding the people? I know they speak English, but sometimes certain words can make one pause.

Claire Justine said...

Lovely photos Heather. That library looks amazing :) Thanks for sharing at Creative Mondays :) Hope you can join us today.

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