We were out and about early on a sunny Saturday in Dublin and decided to head for Marsh's Library - the oldest public library in Ireland (built in 1701). We cut through the park at St. Patrick's, noting the free Wi-Fi along the way.
We climbed the stairs to the impressive entrance.
To enter the library, you ring a bell at the side of an imposing door highlighting the librarians from the last 300 years.
Inside, photos weren't technically allowed, but the curator allowed me to take just one. These reading cages were built to lock in the readers and avoid theft.