|#St. Patty's Day don't curr|
|At Guinness factory|
|On the plane!|
|Before heading to the airport in the wee hours of the night!|
|In front of the bridge in Dublin|
|In the streets|
|Who knew Guinness was so deep?|
|At 'da Travelodge|
|At this awesome brewery pub place- strawberry/raspberry beers!|
|This gentlemen was quite the character|
|Lol. We had to.|
So we decided to go back to the hotel and take a nap.. or so we thought. We ended up at the hotel and sleeping for like 3+ hours. We woke up groggy but well-rested and in less cranky moods. I knew some friends who were going out in the Swords/airport area for the night but we couldn't muster up that much energy to do that, so we ended up ordering in Domino's pizza, garlic bread, chicken bites (for Serra & Julie), and cookies and watching Dreamgirls on TV. So in short, a night known for infamous partying and liveliness (especially in Dublin- apparently 60,000 people celebrate St. Patty's in Dublin each year) was spent crashing in a hotel room with pizza and Beyoncé (#idonthateit).
The following day we were chipper and wide awake and ready to explore a bit of the touristy sites. So we woke up, got brunch at a little place called Mes Amis on Lower Abbey Street and headed to the Guinness Storehouse. The Guinness Storehouse is basically the factory for the Irish stout beer. It's a really cool place, sort of like an amusement park in essence. They have cool demonstrations and interactive facts about hops, yeast, barley and water so that was cool. At the end of the tour everyone heads up to the bar at the very top of the Storehouse and is given a free pint of Guinness. The views of the city from up there is supposed to be one of the best views of Dublin - so that was another added bonus.
|Ketchup at Gourmet Burger Kitchen|
|K bye yeee!|