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Just for Fun and Dublin (in honor of Norman!!!)

Dublin, a city in Ireland!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uEDmIQP9kAs

But Dublin is so much more than just a city.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fkeO5WRjBf4

The second timelapse of the pleasure boat harbor.

I first went to Dublin (long before I knew of Norman Darlington). My goals for that trip were to see where James Joyce had sat, to tour the Guinness Factory. To tour the Jamison Factory and to wander the city. I really wanted to see Trinity College.

I would be going now, add tea with Norman.

The thing I loved moved about Dublin was how friendly the people were!

Anyone can join the Just for FUn challenge – just use the title Just for fun and share some things that make you happy!!!

This work is Copyright DocAndersen. Any resemblance to people real or fictional in this piece is accidental.

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    Would you like to have tea with Norman in Dublin?

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    Do you know what book James Joyce wrote that is considered the ultimate story of Dublin?

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  1. What a great idea! Organise a group trip and you can all visit my garden and I’ll serve you tea and cake 😀
    Doc, I’m happy you had a good time in my native city, and I like the goals you chose for your first visit. Funny enough, I’ve never visited either the brewery or the distillery you mention., though I am quite happy to consume their products! Superb timelapses you chose.
    If you want a taste of contemporary Dublin, here’s a great recipe for Dublin Lockdown Jamaican Guinness Punch: https://www.instagram.com/p/CA0h41GHymG/ 😀

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  2. Q: WOULD YOU LIKE TO HAVE TEA WITH NORMAN IN DUBLIN?
    Yes (7 votes) – 78%
    No (2 votes) – 22%
    Q: DO YOU KNOW WHAT BOOK JAMES JOYCE WROTE THAT IS CONSIDERED THE ULTIMATE STORY OF DUBLIN?
    Yes (4 votes) – 44%
    No (5 votes) – 56%

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