Ok so the Bram Stoker Festival did not work out as I had expected this year, but thats just the way life works out sometimes. After dropping the car off at Red Cow, Park & Ride. I hopped the Luas into town and started off with a visit to Wolftone Square, which was the staging area for the Vamp Wire. Now this was no ordinary Zip Wire, aside from it being a free event, it gave the opportunity to make like a bat and experience what it would be like for a vampire to fly over the city. Pretty cool if you ask me? Even at this early hour of the day there were a number of people already dressed in their finest Gothic costume for the day. So after getting a few shots I was tempted to give it a go myself, but as always the case the clock was ticking and time was not on my side. I had to move on quickly to get to another event on the far side of the city.
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