Be sneaky and discreet!
This cache has been muggled before, so please be careful not to let anyone see you finding or replacing the cache.
History of the area
Great George’s Street North has survived much as was when first built in the mid to late 18th century. Even the pavements are composed of the original granite paving slabs. Unusually too, some of the houses are still lived in as private residences but the others have gone the usual way for Georgian houses in Dublin and are occupied by offices and institutions. For years these same residents have fought to preserve the street and prevent intrusive commercialisation and exploitation. In this they have been somewhat successful. - from visitdublin.com
Don't forget to look down at the many decorative coal holes on this street, and in many other parts of the city. Some of these coal holes are in use today as storage, and one under this house still has a few lumps of coal in it...
- While dealing with the cache, please don't obstruct any steps.
- Please respect the privacy of those living in the houses on this street.
- Please don't use torches when looking at night because the whole street will see you.
- If you take a trackable, please make sure to put it in another cache and log it. Many trackables go missing, please don't lose them!
- Be discreet, be sneaky!