Oddball Dublin - The North Side Urban Safari
Meet at the mysteriously placed Fr Pat Noise Memorial Plaque on O’Connell Bridge
A point of interest in a beautiful smelling (cough, cough) back alley
Location of the first radio broadcast in Ireland
Learn about Sir Paweł Edmund Strzelecki Memorial & how he came to have a plaque on the side of an iconic yet controversial abandoned Dublin department store / soon to be...?
A nondescript alley with a troubled history
Thespian yourself at The Abbey
Look up at what could have been the next Trump Tower...
Controlled emotions = Irish Life, oh the irony...
Marvel at and learn about the quirks of once futuristic "beauty is in the eye of the beholder" central... bus station Busáras
Let me take you “up to Monto”, or through rather, the historic Red Light District at one time reportedly the biggest in Europe (run by madams no less)
What are you looking at? @ The Lab
A stroll and a spice bag through Chinatown (the latter for the adventurous sorts in the group)
Dublin's first concrete building & answer to Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory reinvented as… a creative sectors co-working space – suits you sir
Pit stop and photo opp on the historic first Georgian street in Dublin and popular period-location for film and TV companies
Feed The Hungry Tree at King's Inns
Take in a mini art exhibition before wandering down the original Grafton Street of the north side
Step back in time in a tiny tram cafe from Cavan via Wales and sit admire the view of deconsecrated Wolfe Tone Square graveyard
A short stop so as not to develop a small man complex at the National Leprechaun Museum
X marks the spot. The Beatles appeared in concert in the Republic on just one occasion, with two performances at the Adelphi Cinema in Dublin.
Huddle around The Spire, to hear stories about this divisive national monument and stories of the surrounds including:
Spot the store with a ring to it
Admire the iconic "Voyeur of O'Connell Street" from afar - creeps
Pay your respects to the oldest operational and most altered cinema in Dublin history
Venture off the path and say hi to the the “Prat with the Hat”
Take a pi…c in The Wishing Hand
Before finishing up with a prayer and a pint at The Confession Box