Sunday 17th - suggestions?

Might as well kick off discussion for next Sunday - hope you all enjoyed Dun Laoghaire last weekend!All suggestions welcome, Howth has been on the back burner now for some time so that is one to

Send them on!

Tracy

3 comments:

Balazs said...

I am happ with Howth, but a few other ideas for the list: - we were talking about Sandycove and the Joyce Tower on the lastweekend, - then once the idea came up to do another pub-sketching, - i would love to discover more nice parks in Dublin, do you know some nice places? Last year i really enjoyed St Annes Park, but i think its early for the roses yet. - Is there a place with cherry trees? :-)

Tracy O'Brien said...

I recently went over to the War Memorial Park and it is really lovely, I live near it so it was ridiculous I hadn't visited sooner - it is beautiful.

Pat said...

Sandycove & Joyce's Tower is a great spot if the weather is ok, but a writeoff if it's bad. We should definitely go there sometime over the summer.
Blackrock Park is nice; it also has some pieces of sculpture and lots of cafes in the village. Herbert Park in Ballsbridge is also really nice and there is a fairly new park between the martello tower in Seapoint and Seapoint Dart station which is really nice and the martello tower is a popular bathing spot so lots of people if the weather is good.