The day we went to the Cliffs of Moher the wind was dangerously strong; to the point of being fearful for our safety. A storm was rolling in, so we took a few quick pictures, without going to the highest scenic points and then made our way to our lodging for the evening.
We went back the next morning, and although conditions were actually worse (Gale force winds) we managed to get to the top!
Alter, St. Patrick's Cathedral Interior, Dublin, Ireland
Beach, Liscannor, Ireland
Bunratty Castle Interior, Bunratty, Ireland
Bunratty Castle, Bunratty, Ireland
St. Patrick's Cathedral Sculpture Interior, Dublin, Ireland
Christ Church Cathedral Walkway, Dublin, Ireland
Ha'penny Bridge, River Liffey, Dublin, Ireland
Originally the Wellington Bridge, but now officially called the Liffey Bridge. It is known as the Ha'penny bridge because it used to have a toll of half a penny.
Archaeology National Museum of Ireland Interior, Dublin, Ireland
The Custom House, River Liffey, Dublin, Ireland
Samuel Beckett Bridge, River Liffey, Dublin, Ireland
Designed by architect Santiago Calatrava to look like a harp on its side. It crosses the river Liffey, joining Sir John Rogerson's Quay, Guild Street, and North Wall Quay.
St. Stephen's Green Park, Dublin, Ireland
We stayed within walking distance of this absolutley beautiful park in city center.
Stairs to Organ, St. Patrick's Cathedral Interior, Dublin, Ireland
Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, Ireland
St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, Ireland
Temple Bar Pub, Dublin
What visit to Dublin isn't complete without a classic Irish Pub?
Orangutan, Dublin Zoo, Dublin
One of our favorite animals at the Dublin Zoo was this orangutan. He was grubbing his lunch when we walked through.