Room 2: Lincoln’s Inn, Dublin

I would love to live
Like a river flows,
Carried by the surprise
Of its own unfolding.

— John O’Donohue, “Fluent”

Self had the Special of the Day at Lincoln’s Inn:

Bacon and Cabbage: Self now knows that "Bacon" in Dublin means "Corned Beef" in the U.S.  If you want bacon in Dublin, what you want are called "streaky rashers."
Bacon and Cabbage: Self now knows that “Bacon” in Dublin is what “Corned Beef” is in the U.S. If you want U.S. -style bacon in Dublin, ask for “streaky rashers.”  BTW, the pinot noir went grrreat with the bacon and cabbage.

Self parked herself at Lincoln’s Inn for an hour and a half this afternoon.

a booth in Lincoln's Inn
A Quiet Sunday in Lincoln’s Inn

Her companion?  John O’Donohue’s Conamara Blues.

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Getting here and back was pretty straightforward:  the No. 7 bus, no transfers needed.

Buses are so much cheaper than cabs.  And so much more interesting.

Stay tuned, dear blog readers.  Stay tuned.

 

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