Moe and I haven't forgotten how to blog--we have been without internet connections or adequate connections to post blogs since April 23. We are in Edinburgh, Scotland awaiting our daughter's arrival from Boston this a.m. and have a good connection. We will post what we can before we re-enter the world of "There's no *&^%!!$%#@ connection here!"
P.S. The lack of connectivity indicates all the wonderful, far-flung, remote spots we have visited where life lived is more important than being on-line! But how can we show you these wonderful places without internet...
See other posts on Dublin--Kilmainham Gaol and a future post on the wonderful National Museum)
Christ Church Cathedral
This is the musicians corner where the musicians of the cathedral are remembered, including Sir John Stevenson best known for his adaptations of Irish melodies to the lyrics of Thomas Moore
Below the sanctuary is a huge crypt. We considered having tea there, but didn't.... We went to Kilmainham Gaol instead! For tea, that is!
The cathedral is connected to the Synod building by a walkway.
|Looking back at Christ church|
It is open to all people as an architectural and historical site, but principally as a place of worship.