What I saw in Dublin

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Dublin is that rare world capital that doesn’t feel like one- no looming skyscrapers or harrowing traffic or neon lights. Yet, it’s as iconic as ever.


The soul of Dublin is serene and unhurried, almost poetic. It’s only fitting then that Dublin’s most iconic landmark, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, had Jonathan Swift as Dean for several years.




The other Irish icon: whiskey. There are distilleries that give you a tour and later you can join a whiskey tasting workshop.



If you don’t like it neat, there’s always the other Irish icon: Irish Coffee.



That’s one good-lookin’ cuppa, and I enjoyed it at The Clarence, an iconic city hotel run by the other Irish icon: Bono.

Ah, Dublin!




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