telling your stories
On our first night in Dublin we had dinner at the Brazen Head, the city's oldest pub, established 1198.
Took a tour of Trinity College, Ireland's premier university.
Kilmainhaim Goal played a key role in the Irish rebellion during the late 19th century and is a fascinating place to tour.
The books at the Trinity College Library are organized vertically by size. The Book of Kells is also on view in another room.
My dad, taking a break from driving the European way and sneaking a nap on a train ride from Dublin to Cork.
The blue door is Desmond House, our bed & breakfast in Kinsale, where the hosts are fabulous cooks.
My family at Charles Fort in Kinsale.
We unanimously decided our hands-down best meal was at Tom Crean's in Kenmare. Oysters and salmon stole the show.
Kenmare's book store, like so much in the area, reminded me of a story book.
Ladies' View at Killarney National Park, one of my highlights from the trip.
Photos just can't do justice to the Torc Waterfall.
My mom and me at Killarney National Park.
I loved this pink pub in the small town of Sneem.
A photo I took on my walk to the laundromat in Kenmare. Can you imagine having these views on your regular errand runs?