We went to visit friends and family in Europe in the summer of 2014, which included a visit to Dublin, Ireland. There were many cakes.
I had never seen a hooded crow before, so this was a nice surprise.
A historically significant door
There is so much going on in this text. The use of "ye" for "the", but then also an actual "the" at the end, A superpositioned "e" but then not everywhere, a rotated ampersand, a rotated 5, esh-style "s" but then also regular "s", using = as word-breaking hypen, a ...fleuron to hide alignment errors? What is going on here?!
generally, this church is much sparser than any other catholic church in the rest of Europe.
memorial, or original? I don't know, but 1713 is a pretty long time ago by now. Also, an amazing mixture of writing styles.
The (original) Queen of Tarts is a lovely little cakeshop.
The (original) Queen of Tarts is a lovely little cakeshop, and we made sure to consume two some of it. Notice the mysteriously missing lemon meringue tart...
Elephant: 1, castle: 0
"lunch" may in fact not be.
it effectively wiped out Ireland, it had to reinvent itself, the language it spoke, the culture it'd adopt, and who it allied with.
I just like structures like these.
Also a bridge in Dublin. The Samuel Beckett bridge, in fact.
For a convention center, this building is crazy.
The full view from the next bridge over also includes this three-master, the Jeanie Johnston