After breakfast we headed straight for the Guinness Storehouse, which I had already bought the tickets for. I hate beer (you can see my "Beer face" in one of the potos), but my husband is like the ultimate Guinness fan, he refers to it as "Irish Water", hehe!
We had a really fun time there, and after that we went back to the hotel whereabouts were all the shops were located, we bought a few things, but we spent the whole evening buying since my husband is very VERY thorough when shopping abroad.
And even if we didn't visit any other touristic place, what we enjoy the most is getting lost in the city and find lovely and curious spots.
After leaving what we bought at the hotel, we head back to Temple Bar so we could find a place to eat, and since Luc wanted Pizza, we went for Italian. There are MANY Italian restaurants there, and I don't know the others, but the one we choose, Botticelli, has real Italian food, cooked and served by Italians. The food was delicious, and the service was great, so if you ever go to Dublin and are tired of stew and fish n' chips, go there, you won't regret it! Plus they have delicious home-made ice-creams. (OHHHH, I how I missed home-made ice-creams! I haven't had any since I left Argentina.)
And here's a video of two guys playing the "Hang", an instrument I've never heard of before. Live it sounds ten thousands better, but really, is bewitching!
I know I posted quite a few photos, but if you want you can see more here, in my flickr.