Sunday 13th - any ideas?

Urban beach was suggested, but as Stephen pointed out it may not offer all that much grist for the 'creative' mill (of our artistic genius!). Anyway, enough appalling metaphors... Does anyone else have any ideas for indoor or outdoor locations they'd like to try out? There was talk of St. Audoens last week, or the grounds of Christchurch or St. Patricks cathedral. The Chester Beatty also has a couple of nice exhibitions and a roof-top garden which could allow for some interesting roof-scapes. Dublin castle itself is quite interesting now that i think of it... just post your preference here please. :-)

7 comments:

SarahOR said...

the Zoo/ Phoenix park/ the garden of remembrance! Ill be in Sri Lanka but I hope you have fun!

Stephen said...

Heh, you haven't seen the weather here! It's pretty wet. I hope Sri Lanka's going well.

Now then, ehm, yeah, maybe St. Audoens so. The other places are right beside it anyway.

There's also the museum of modern art who currently have some great exhibits. Some of which look like this here, cool.

Pook2000 said...

Roof-scapes at the Chester Beatty sounds pretty cool. Dublin castle in fact is a cool place.

So is the zoo, :) Wouldn't mind hopping out there some time. A wealth of stuff out there, (including animals!).

Tracy said...

Sorry guys I'm missing in action again this weekend :( Enjoy!

Sarah Bo said...

Well I suppose it all depends on our glorious weather doesn't it? so lets hedge our bets by staying close to shelter. drawback with the cathedrals is you have to pay about E10 to get in and then fight your way through an avalanche of tourists to actually see anything. chester beatty free - got inside and outside spaces (and a very nice coffee shop!). Will we just go with that this week and then someone else can decide what we do next week?

Pook2000 said...

Sounds good to me. I don't think I've ever been in the Chester Beatty either so 'twill be good to have a snoop.

Cya then, 1pm I presume, in the coffee shop?

Sarah Bo said...

yeh, 1pm - around the entrance perhaps just to make it easier to recognise any new people...