I heard an amazing array of languages and saw numerous ethnic markets as I walked the streets for hours.
The 3-day visitor’s trip transit pass is a great deal at 19.50
It’s dirtier than I remember it being. There seems to be a (un)fair amount of trash in the streets and in the wooded areas next to the roads.
Recycling doesn’t seem to be a thing. I didn’t notice any public bins for plastics or glass sorting.
Molly Malone along with her cockles and mussels has been relocated! You’ll find her these days in front of the tourist agency, near Avoca.
Lots of skinny jeans – for young men, that is. Their female counterparts were more often wearing high-waisted “mom” jeans, often with cropped tops.
On a related note, when will I learn that the batter on fish and chips makes my stomach turn after the third bite? It’s just too much oil for me, I think.
Spring is in full swing here with flowers and trees blooming in St. Stephen’s Green. The tulips are lovely, but don’t approach Albany’s spring display.