So I know I haven’t written in a few weeks, but that’s because I had been back home visiting! Will post about that soon, but I wanted to take a break from updating you on our past travels to write about such a fun time I had in town yesterday. My friend, Lindsay, and I decided we would spend the day going to go see parts of Dublin we hadn’t seen before. We started off the day trying a newer coffee house in town called The Woolen Mills.
Afterwards, we headed over to the National Museum of Ireland – Decorative Arts & History Museum at Colin Barracks. We wanted to check this place out because neither of us had been there, and because it was free!
The museum was placed in former military barracks used by the british. They had loads of really neat exhibits including…
- reconstructed rooms from the past
- The Way we wore (clothing styles throughout history and how they were worn)
- Currency through the years (including old viking coins)
among many others. I snapped a few small photos…
Aftewards, we popped into The Green Hen for a little lunch, walked along Grafton Street….
and then called it a day. We were so exhausted from walking around. I actually looked it up and we walked about 10 miles yesterday! That’s my workout sorted for the day 🙂