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Caches 4575 to 4579 – Molly and Philip

Submitted by on Monday, 17 September 2018No Comment
Caches 4575 to 4579 – Molly and Philip

After going for Europe’s first on Saturday, Sunday was spent in the city centre, and the city centre is famous for it’s statue of Molly Malone… (curious that her boobs get a lot of polishing, maybe you rub them for luck or something !), but also I wanted to see the statue of Philip Lynnott, having seen him play a few times and talked to him for a few minutes once after a Thin Lizzy gig in about 1983 (we discussed boxing of all subjects)

16th September 2018 – Trinity College Dublin GC7B6DR – cache #4575
Stand by the door and hold something Irish… Well the only thing I had on me that was Irish was my Luas ticket, so that is what I am holding in the photo

16th September 2018 – Christ Church Cathedral GC567K4 – cache #4576
We had wandered around for a bit and were happy that we managed to find an empty bench here and we sat for a while watching the world go by.
While we were there we formulated our answers for the earthcache about the stones the cathedral is made of

16th September 2018 – Four Courts GC421CY – cache #4577
At the cache we met LoliPJ who found the cache before we did

16th September 2018 – AR_Geocaching in Dublin Fair City GC7R0WP – cache #4578
This was our last cache of the day but the first AR cache I have seen, it seemed to work okay and took us to parts of Dublin that we had already visited… maybe we should have done this one first !

17th September 2018 – The Mad Cow Roundabout GC7BHKR – cache #4579
Jen and I were staying at the Ibis just over the road from the Red Cow station and this was our last cache of the trip as we left the hotel to catch the tram back into town for the last time

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