"To my mind, the most famous building in Dublin is the General Post Office. It's where a lot of the 1916 Easter Rising was fought. You cross the River Liffey, and the Ha'penny Bridge, which they used to charge people a ha'penny to cross, although now there's no charge. Then you go down O'Connell Street, the widest street in the city center, and you'll see the GPO. It's a big, old granite building with large pillars and a giant wooden door that represents Irish independence and the battle we won for the right to be a free state."
"Just after the GPO is Henry Street. Nearby is Moore Street, with a famous market where they sell fresh fish and all sorts of fruit and veg. You'll get all the old Dubliners shouting, 'Apples, five for a pound!' Then, if you go back onto Henry Street from Moore Street, there's Arnotts, a well-known department store, where you can get everything."