Dublin Alphabet – Quirky… Quaint – Phoenix Park!

Sorry… this is a cheat! On two levels. Yesterday’s “P” just didn’t allow me to add Phoenix Park. Now, that raises its own questions. Missing Phoenix Park? Not on! It just so happens to be one of the largest city parks in the northern hemisphere so, quaint as it may seem, I stole “Q” for Phoenix Park. Mmmmm… maybe ‘stole’ is a bit strong… how about misappropriated?

Phoenix Park is simply a great place to go. Yes, you can often still hear traffic and see cars but you can unwind and relax within the confines of the boundary walls. There are so many attractions and ways to pass the time… for the whole family! The zoo is located in the park but I don’t want to go there.

One of my endearing memories of the park will be the day we took the grand-kids to see the deer for the first time. Their faces. They still speak about it. They still ask when we’ll be taking them to see the deer again. Soon… I hope. As soon as we have a bit of summer!

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14 Responses to Dublin Alphabet – Quirky… Quaint – Phoenix Park!

  1. Pingback: The Future?? | Ouch!! My back hurts!!

  2. Pragtige foto’s

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  3. perdebytjie says:

    Ek hou baie van die takbokke…jou foto’s is pragtig!

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  4. Toortsie says:

    Is dit een van Vader Krismis se bokke?

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  5. de Wets Wild says:

    Die herte alleen is genoeg om my ook gereeld na die park te lok!

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