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Leave it to the Irish to make this barren area a tourist attraction!
Walking in O’Connell Street this high needle I was really upset! Its meaning related to the fight against drugs, but it is beautiful… It’s frightening!
This busty statue seems to be a place tourists go just to grope busty Molly and have their photo taken doing it.
After seeing thousands of pictures of the Giant’s Causeway in magazines and on TV imagine my bemusement to see a very small mound of geometric rocks and to realise that “This is it”.
A nice place except they have animals in captivity.
A lovely green field, full of sheep poo. Oh yeah, a wishing tree. I can hardly contain my excitement. The only plus to a visit here is coffee shop.
Tour was 20 minutes, and you’d get more satisfaction from looking at the formations in your freezer.
The area you visit is very small and most of the old furnitureswere removed. This was nothing compared to places like versai [sic] castle in France
The bell-ringing team must surely be comprised of either monkeys or children for them to sound so terrible.
So much of the history of this castle had to do with hardships and attacks on the castle. It was interesting, but I left feeling sort of depressed.
The building is nice as well as the view outside the location. However, I found the place a bit dull and dark.
If you have to pay €6 to go into a church that has absolutely nothing (it’s more like a holy supermarket) how much would you have to pay to enter St Peter’s in Rome??!!
Gorgeous architecture like any old European cathedral, but it gave me the spiritual willies.