Day 182 – Dublin, Ireland

In the morning we visited the US Embassy to get additional pages added to our passports. Once we got that accomplished, we began to explore beautiful Dublin. Central Dublin is quite compact so it was very easy to discover this charming city by foot. Throughout the course of the day, we visited many historic places which played a significant role during the Irish War for Independence. Dublin is very diverse and absolutely lovely. I even encountered “my people” here… fellow Poles who have taken up residence in Ireland in pursuit of better wages and jobs.


(Trinity College)


(The Customs House)


(Connolly Station)


(University Church)


(Temple Bar Area)


(General Post Office)


(Mansion House)


(Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre)


(The Spire)


(Beautiful doors all over Dublin)




(Tonight’s dinner – fish and chips)



4 Responses to “Day 182 – Dublin, Ireland”

  1. Aunt Jan Says:

    If you tried all of those pubs, you and Ryan definitely had a full day!!! LOL

    It’s nice to see summer flowers so abundant.

  2. Charles Says:

    eow Brick! You have become quite the photographer! A re your posts being syndicated to the national geographic site? I can imagine you guys are getting exhausted! We can’t wait for you to come home!!! We both have dreamt you came home to visit mid-trip! Maybe you should! 😉 well I miss you so much! Hope you are having as much fun as it seems you are! Love you guys!!!

    • LOL… thanks Charlie. I would LOVE to partner with the National Geographic. I could use a “sponsor” on this trip. We miss you guys so much too… thank you for dreaming of us 🙂

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