Fully rested and recovered (except for J-Bone who was still a bit under the weather), we headed out for an action packed day of fun and adventure with Ireland's national pastime....drinking!! First stop was the Guinness Storehouse, then a surprisingly efficient horse-drawn carriage ride back to Temple Bar to meet up with Johnathan for a late lunch, followed by live music and dancing with Kyliezinha in the afternoon.
Lil' K got up with the sun, so we had a little pre-breakfast snack!
Heading over to tour the Guinness Storehouse on a frosty March morning!
Bottles, beers, taps, and a Guinness sculpture!
So much Guinness, so little time!
The year's first contender for Oakley family Christmas card!
Fun fact: Krissy is an official graduate from the Guinness school of bartending!
Finally, our "free" pints
Even Kylie had fun!
(again primarily due to a pocket full of grapes)
View over Dublin
(hint: the white domes have Guinness in them)
Eric: Let's take a horse-drawn carriage ride!
Everyone else: *crickets*
Eric: No seriously, it will be fun!
And fun was had by all!
Krissy demonstrating what to us is two way to say "all good" or "ok",
but don't do #2 in Brazil because, it means a$%#0!e
Snug as a bug in a rug!
More carriage fun!
Who's winning the t-shirt contest on the O'Winston's home turf?
For more info on why this is funny, see Krissy and Johnathan's blog Stories from Somewheres
Our lil chub!
Could Dublin be cuter?!?
Finally! Proof that we did see Johnathan on this trip!
DELICIOUS Guinness Stew and Roast Beef at Quays
Kylie showing off her cool moves!
Autumn "forgot" to mention that we embarrassingly ate
almost every dinner in Lisbon at the Hard Rock Cafe.
What? We're American's and the Portuguese food was just about
the same as the Brazilian food the we have a home in Recife.
Ha' Penny Bridge over the Liffey River
...um I'm busy eating raisins guys! - K