We started the day out today a little hungover, or at least I did. So we headed down to a breakfast place up the street. … 281 more words
Tags » Sandycove
Places generate their own atmosphere. Dalkey’s is particularly intense, signalled by a street sign that brazenly says Atmospheric Road. Its narrow winding streets are lined with probably the most varied, personable, and charming collection of dwellings in Dublin, hunkered together at the edge of the sea. 585 more words
1965 – Roger Casement’s body is returned from England to be re-interred at Glasnevin Cemetery in Dublin.
453 more words
‘Self-government is our right, a thing born in us at birth; a thing no more to be doled out to us or withheld from us by another people than the right to life itself.’
I took this photo just after the sun came up on October 6, 2013. It was the day I left Ireland and returned home. When I stay with my friends in Sandycove, County Dublin, they put me in the room at the top of the house, which was originally probably a room for the maids or other servants. 103 more words