November couldn’t have started better this year. A clear sky and mild temperatures welcomed one of the darkest months in Dublin. It was impossible to resist the temptation of going outside and walk along the Liffey, the river that divides Dublin in two and is home to some of the most iconic sights of the city: its bridges.
A nice walk during the day, it becomes a wonderful spectacle of lights and reflections at night, specially when you approach the modern buildings of Docklands.

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