Spent Brothers Productions
Gazette 71

DUBLIN  7-9 August 2009

Hotel room  Hotel room
Our nice room at the Conrad Hotel overlooked the National Concert Hall,
built originally for the Dublin International Exhibition
in 1865 & subsequently converted into the central building for the foundation of the National University of Irelend in 1908

National Concert Hall
  Art Deco building
National Concert Hall /
Impressive Art Deco building at the end of King Street South opposite St Stephen's Green

Gaiety Theatre  
King Street South
The Gaiety Theatre, on 
King Street South, (opened 1871) is the city's
longest-established theatre in continuous production

Anne Street  
Sheila on Grafton Street
Anne Street looking towards St Ann's Church founded in 1707 /
Sheila enjoyed a morning's browsing in some of the fine shops on the famous Grafton Street

The International Bar  
Old building
Derek enjoys a pint of the black stuff outside the great Victorian International Bar on Wicklow Street /
The imposing exterior of O'Neill's pub on Suffolk Street

Sheila on bridge  
Sheila on bridge
Sheila on a bridge over the River Liffey

Hotel room  
Back at the hotel

Sheila in room
Sheila enjoys a breather before changing for a superb dinner at the Pearl Brasserie

Temple Gate   Shop
The Tibetan Flag flies in the Temple Bar area /
Sheila browses the menu at the outstanding Fallon & Byrne Food Emporium, stocked
with the most sumptuous, impressively wide selection of fresh & preserved foods

Grafton Street
Sunday morning on Grafton Street

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Photographs © Derek & Sheila Henderson 2009