"Dublin can be Heaven, with coffee at eleven,
and a stroll in Stephen's Green".......
Lovely centre city park for a visitor and the stages of this cache will show you very quickly around.
In spring and summer time it is open for lengthy periods and the plant life and floral displays can be pretty special.
N.B Any early morning visit would be a good idea!!! And preferably on a weekday as the park can be quite crowded at weekends
The coords bring you to an information board where you will quickly find the locations of the 3 clues to the coords for the cache. Very close to the cache is another information board with all the history of "The Green" you may wish to know.
1. How many figures (excluding the dog) are displayed behind the Wolfe Tone Memorial? Answer goes where the question mark is. The rest of the missing coords are in the next 2 questions.
N 53 20.?-- W 006 15.---
2. On the back of James Joyce's collar M. Fitzgibbon's year is displayed. Divide it by 2 then subtract 391 and fill in the 3 question marks below.
N 53 20.--- W 006 15.???
3. Robert Emmet died in 18?3. This figure is used twice in the remaining missing coords.
N 53 20.-?? W 006 15---
Now you have the coords for the cache which is quite a small container so no room for trackables. Spoiler picture included. Container is blue and above extra piece of wood screwed on.