So the evening started something like this: we'd been out all day in Dublin, sampling Guinness, viewing the sites, breathing the dust, pollen, and general dirt. Dublin is a dirty city. It is small, busy, and old, but like an old Irish farmer, rises every morning and shakes the dust off and gets back to work. We arrived back at the B&B tired, dirty, and thirsty.
All that sampling makes you thirsty for more. We asked Audrey, our hostess, where another good pub might be found. We'd been to Fagan's (highly recommended) several times already and once to the ...Read More