By Colin Murphy, Donal O'Dea
Obtained a while in your palms prior to you hit Dublin's recognized pubs? then you definately desire this e-book, a useful advisor to 20 of Dublin's highlights for viewers and local alike. historical past, tradition, strangeness and sweetness are all right here — besides an inventory of the neighborhood hostelries to go to and allow the event soak in. Sprinkled with the wit of Murphy and O'Dea, top identified for the Feckin' assortment. Key points of interest include:
Christ Church Cathedral
The Chester Beatty Library
The Guinness Storehouse
Royal health center, Kilmainham (IMMA)
Old Jameson Distillery
O'Connell highway & The GPO
And many extra!
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20 Things to do in Dublin Before You Go For a Feckin' Pint by Colin Murphy, Donal O'Dea