Category: Dublin

Deals on Dublin Lodging

Deals on Dublin Lodging

[ 0 ] December 19, 2013 |

When going anywhere, my lodging priorities are usually lined up like this: location, cleanliness, price. While in Dublin, I was pleasantly surprised to learn that more often than not, many higher-class hotels in the center of town have coupons and deals, so a swanky stay isn’t out of reach. Sometimes hotels can actually be cheaper […]

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Walk Your Way Through History

Walk Your Way Through History

[ 0 ] December 3, 2013 |

Looking for the best way to experience a major city in Europe, Middle East and/or the USA? How about taking a walk through history? Sandemans New Europe offers FREE walking tours in 18 different cities. You will spend 1-3 hours walking through one of these cities with enthusiastic guides, passionate about the city they’re representing. […]

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The Neolithic Old Stones of Donore, Ireland

The Neolithic Old Stones of Donore, Ireland

[ 0 ] November 22, 2013 |

No matter where you find yourself on the Emerald Isle, it shouldn’t be too difficult to get to Donore by car or bus. Here, you’ll find three incredible Neolithic structures: Newgrange, Knowth, and Dowth, which make up the Brú na Bóinne World Heritage Site. The structures are mounds of earth in the seemingly-infinite green fields […]

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Deep Pints and Tall Tales in Dublin

Deep Pints and Tall Tales in Dublin

[ 0 ] November 22, 2013 |

You may have a number of whimsical expectations coming into Dublin, from shamrocks and pots of gold to Guinness and drunken debauchery. Don’t forget, though, that Dublin is a city of history and culture, including Trinity College, founded in the 16th century and home to The Book of Kells; Stephen’s Green, one of the nicest […]

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