I already had Laura's chance to meet her on our recent trip to Copenhagen while the others already know her traveling work and I really want to meet them.
Right now I am reading the program prepared by those of the Tourist Office in Ireland and it is not wasted. We will spend the entire Friday and Saturday visiting whiskey distilleries and tasting the different flavors of this sacred water for the Irish and Scots. Apparently, the only place where we will rest a little will be on the sofas of the pubs that we will visit by Temple Bar and other areas frequented by Dublin. By boat soon, the program seems more suitable for setting up a good pubcrawling in Dublin than the usual tourist press trip I've been getting used to lately. I love.
I lived in Dublin for three years and I really want to visit my second city again. I am sure that Dublin has received a good image wash over the last few years and I see myself kicking the streets of O'Connell again, walking along the banks of the River Liffey, seeing again the intense green of the grass in St. Stephen Green's, go shopping on Grafton's Street and get into the pubs of Dame Street, Temple Bar, George Street and so on.
I have left good friends in the emerald island and I hope to have some time to share some pints and laughs with them. It's hard to cover everything in just three days but we'll try!
Anyway, I am convinced that it will be an exciting journey. On the way back, as always, I tell you.5.001