Dublin: Part I

One of the perks of having a B.A. in International Studies is that I have classmates who have ended up in all corners of the world.  One of my friend’s is currently getting her Masters at Trinity College in Dublin, so obviously a visit was in order while I was on the same continent. My first day was spent exploring Dublin, which was much more charming than I anticipated. Ireland was never a country high on my “must see” list, but I’m so glad I went.  I should also note that the weather was perfect the 2 days I was there, and everyone I met kept warning me that “This is not normal!”  So that may have had something to do with my love for the city.


The first signs of spring!


The colorful backside of Dublin Castle


St. Patrick’s Cathedral


Daffodils everywhere


Fun fact: Students aren’t allowed to walk on the grass at Trinity.


The Library at Trinity, home to the Book of Kells



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