Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Dublin Days

Max's sister is in town for a few days, and we love having her around. For the bank holiday, we went to the Jameson Distillery (effectively completing the holy trifecta of Irish Whiskey distilleries--Bushmill's, Old Midleton, and Jameson) and the Guinness Storehouse, and topped the day off with some festive teppan-yaki, a traditional Irish favorite.

More pictures later, and maybe a little gem or two from my recent soundtrack of life. (Until then, Liz has your musical needs covered.)

2 comments:

Brian said...

What's amazing is that Liz and I have the same blog design, I was listening to Sufjan Stevens when I was reading this post, and I have the M. Ward Video of Chinese Translation posted on my blog too...

Who is this women? Perhaps we were seperated at birth....

megan said...

You only have one more distillery to check off your list - then you'll have covered them all in Ireland (pretty sure) - and you'll have surpassed me. It's the Cooley (sp) distillery in County Meath . . . or West Meath, can't remember which. If you make it, let me know what you think.

Italy has been great - looking forward to saying hello again on Thursday!