Saturday, May 24, 2008

What to do on a Saturday?

Meeting House Square. Where you can eat oysters, millionaire's squares, noodles and sushi, mexican food, Irish cheese, delicious organic burgers and wash it all down with organic apple juice and the best coffee in town. It's always busy, I might head back in today and try and get a better shot.
Down the pedestrianised road is A young, up and coming designers street market. Again the weather wasn't the nicest for photography but you get the idea. again.

Flower sellers going about their daily business on Grafton St.

The George's Arcade. Where you can get the best Goat's cheese sandwich on fresh home cooked bread in Honest to Goodness. And bring home a chocolate tart or two.
Afterwards drop into Simon's Place for a cinnamon roll.
Not my best photos, but you get a feel for the different markets in the city center.

Saturday, May 17, 2008

Top 5 places by the sea in Dublin - DunLaoghaire

One of my favourite things about Dublin? You can enjoy a sunny evening walk along the peer and you don't have to go far for it. This is what Dun Laoghaire looks like after work on a Tuesday. Add an ice cream cone and you're near heaven.

Thursday, May 8, 2008

Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Private and public gardens

The Botanic Gardens, Dublin

Little garden, Dublin