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it is a great place to escape the hustle and bustle of business. drop in for a lunch break, or on a sunny afternoon. There are an elite selection of memorials. my favourite is Erin with her stringless harp.
Lovely park in the centre of the city. Went to the dead zoo today and what better antidote to that morbid place than to get across the road where the kids ran around the playground and had some fun.
Great playground and a few people...More
Getting of the city tour bus here provides you with a peaceful green space amidst the busy streets and wonderful Georgian style house on the square. You also find a famous statue of Oscar Wilde which is even colored so it looks like he's just...More
This park is a gem. Surrounded by elegant Georgian terraced properties, it is quieter than St Stephens Green, and has the bonus of Oscar Wilde's colourful statue, reclining on a rock and smirking at the world. Worth a few minutes of your time.
This is yet another beautifully kept park in the centre of the city.
Like the others, it is amazingly quiet and peaceful walking around here.
The grass and gardens are very well maintained and there is some wonderful old trees standing proud and tall.
Giants Garden immediately caught my attention. What a lovely little play area for little people. So clean and inviting it was. I don't normally take the time to appreciate nature but here I felt the need to sit down and just appreciate how beautiful this...More