The place is all grey and wet and cool…a welcome respite from the relentless heat and sun of Las Vegas.
Sunday we took a bus tour of the city, and even attended an Anglican service at this cathedral – Christ Church of Dublin — the oldest church in the city… built of wood in the 10th century, then changed to stone in the subsequent centuries.
We attended Sunday services, and heard the most beautiful choir sing Gregorian chants. A choir has been extant at this Cathedral since 1480.
Later – to prove we’re not exactly saints…we also visited the Guiness Brewery.
Monday: on to an archeological site older than Stonehenge, then to the North coast.