OK, I stole the title, but it was good and we were Dubliners at least for four days.
We were at the Temple Bar for lunch and a pint of Guinness, live Irish music too.
Finally the weather was perfect but we saw that even in Dublin it had been hot and dry for a long time and there were water restrictions.
After the heat in Bath, a hot bus ride to Bristol, followed by a hot delay on the tarmac, then a hot plane reboarding we were weary. We took a taxi to Roxford Lodge, a lovely three floor townhouse we could spread out in.
Laine awoke that first morning, in her bedroom on the second floor, to this cat peering in her window, and there are at least three others.
So this has been a good place to end our trip. We can make our breakfast and relax at the end of the day.
Today we went by rail to the Howth peninsula. Laine was interested in some sea lions while I watched the gulls that were trying to nab a bit of the day’s catch.
I had been planning to hike around the peninsula, but surprisingly, after an inner debate with myself, did not.
But we got plenty of exercise and had an all around fine day.