The General Post Office
Cherry Trees at Trinity College
No pictures allowed inside, of course.
More Trinity College
Christ Church Cathedral
Inside the City Council, where the Dublin Book Festival was on.
Saint Patrick's Cathedral
The lovely Marsh's Library
St Stephen's Green
The Gaiety Theatre, where a Martin McDonagh play I couldn't afford to go see was on. The woes of being a poor student on a budget.
Random cool building
The Liffey and the Four Courts
...where there are weekend markets selling all sorts of delicious looking food.
At a crafts market with Valentina, one of my oldest and dearest blogging friends, who kindly gave up her time to be my personal Dublin bookshop tour guide
World Book Night action on Grafton Street
I didn't actually know Yeats had lived in Howth and came across his former house quite randomly
The view from the cliffs was stunning
My reward for the long hike along the cliffs
Dublin Book Loot, or: What I Could Cram Into a Single Item of Hand Luggage.
After several days away my Google Reader inevitably got the Mark All As Read treatment, but I would love to hear all about what you have been up to - especially those of you who were involved in World Book Night. And in any case, I hope your weekends were every bit as lovely as mine!