Dublin (Ireland) in a Day

It’s been more than 7 years, since I had stopped by in Dublin, Ireland.  Cigniti requested me to stop by in Dublin, on my return trip from Dallas to Hyderabad, Via London. So, I had to take a quick detour to stop by Dublin for 44-hour stint, to meet strategic clients and prospects.

Post day 1 meetings, we took a “hop-on / hop-off” bus to go around the city for about 90 minutes.  Since get on the bus around 5:30PM, we bargained for a lower price, which they obliged for.  We did not really “hop-off” at any of the 25 tour stops, once we did “hop-on”,  as were too tired and lazy.

I clicked most of the pics from the roof top of the bus, and / or while walking to/from the meetings. I also shot below hyperlapse video on S7 from the top of the open-top bus.

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Random building spotted, as we walked out of clients’ office
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Random building spotted, as we walked out of clients’ office
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Random building spotted, as we walked out of clients’ office
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Squirrel Building

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Antics on a bus

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Triniti College
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Parliament Building

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Green House ?

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Famous Guiness Storehouse
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Random Lane
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Forgot the name of the park

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One thought on “Dublin (Ireland) in a Day

  1. Following your blog, I have a deja vu feeling when I visit the place. So vivid are your travelogues and the photographs.
    Sravanti Chekragari

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