Down Memory Lane: Dublin

(Note:  All pictures may be enlarged by clicking on them once or twice.)

In May of 2002 I was working as a systems analyst at a plant fairly close to our home in Hendersonville, Tennessee. The plant was run by an Irish company, and I was sent by my boss to work on a software project at company headquarters in Dublin, Ireland.

Although my trip was definitely a business trip, I was put up at a very nice hotel on the outskirts of Dublin, as you can see from the photo above.

The hotel was far enough out of the city that I could get some nice views of the beautiful Irish countryside.

One evening after work an Irish colleague took me to dinner at an Irish pub and then on a quick tour of Dublin. One of the places we saw was Dublin Castle. We were able to get into the courtyard of the castle for a quick look-around. Bedford Hall (above) in the castle caught my attention.

After we left the courtyard we walked around the exterior of the castle for a few minutes.

Later, on a Dublin street, I saw this statue of Molly Malone. Of course, that reminded me of the song, which ran through my head for the rest of the night!

You can see additional pictures of my Dublin visit by clicking HERE.

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8 Responses to “Down Memory Lane: Dublin”

  1. Dayphoto Says:

    Someday I want to go…thank for these they are wonderful!

  2. Ginny Says:

    These are just lovely photos! I think my favorites are the Molly statue and your hotel.

  3. rhiebert Says:

    Beautiful sights.

  4. Betsy Says:

    Ah—-Great pictures… Thanks for sharing Dublin with us…


  5. diane Says:

    Great memories and great photos.

  6. Jeevan Says:

    Naturally and historically the place looks wonder! Loved the statue at last pic… beautiful photos

  7. Linda G. Says:

    It would be cool to visit Ireland some day.

  8. Sartenada Says:

    Hello George. I have never been in Dublin, but after seeing Your photos my interest woke up. Thank You.

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