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    • Very short time

      Dublin May 23, 2015 at 9:01 AM

      My girlfriend and I are landing in Dublin for a connection flight this summer, there is about 11 hours between the flights during daytime. We are way to impatient to stay at the airport for the entire time, we want to explore the city a little bit and maybe get a bite to eat, what can you guya reccomend we do with limited time in mind?

      Thanks in advance

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      Kilmainham Gaol

      Dublin May 23, 2015 at 12:50 AM

      Dear Unknown.

      My family and I are in Dublin from the 19. of juni to the 23. of june. Unfortunately much too little time.
      ButI have read, that the left wing and the museum of Kilmainham Gaol can be closed during the summer, because of renovation. Does anyone know, if it will be in the periode, where we are visiting the city?
      I also read, that the Riverdance Show is coming to Dublin on the date, we are leaving. I am very sad about that. But I would like to know if there are any possibilities to see some Riverdance anyhow?

      Thank you in advance
      Helge Riis
      Denmark.

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    • Gap of Dunloe

      Ireland May 5, 2015 at 8:58 AM

      I was wondering if it's possible to drive the Gap of Dunloe by car. Following Google maps, you can travel from Beaufort to Moll's Gap, but when I read the different comments on the web, I am not sure anymore. Anyone who took this road recently?

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      A Brief Visit to County Louth?

      County Louth May 10, 2015 at 12:26 AM

      Traveling as a single female, I'm wondering if County Louth is a safe place to stay. Thus far, I see no reason why it wouldn't be.
      Q: Should I stay 1 or 2 days?
      Q: Is there anything to do other than see castles (which sounds wonderful, anyway)?
      Q: I'm planning on starting my trip in Dublin and heading to Louth & Galway. Can I see the sites in Louth on foot, or will I need to drive?
      Many thanks!
      Laura

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      beachgirlfromCT

      Killarney May 26, 2015 at 6:09 PM

      I am 71 years old, am NOT going to drive abroad (I am from the USA) any longer, but would love to spend a couple of days in Kinsale. I have heard it is so beautiful. Is there a bus I could take there from Shannon or Dublin? Where/how would I arrange that?

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    • SIM card for iPhone 5s

      Ireland May 7, 2015 at 12:45 PM

      Visitor from US; I am in Blackrock and have been trying to purchase a SIM card for my iPhone 5s. I have been to 3 Tesco stores in the area and a Carphone warehouse. None have had a nano SIM card. I would like data plus ability to make local calls in Ireland so that I can make reservations. This would be for 3 weeks.
      Any advice?? Thank you.

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    • Where to stay?

      Dublin May 10, 2015 at 2:20 PM

      We are first time travelers to Ireland this summer and want to know the best place to stay in the city to see the most important sights? Thanks!

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      Itinerary for 3-days' stay

      Dublin May 31, 2015 at 1:03 AM

      Is this itinerary reasonable for a 3-days' stay in Dublin?

      1. Dublin Castle
      2. Spire of Dublin
      3. Trinity College-Book of Kells-Dame Street, Bankers Pub-free look at copy of the Book
      4. Ha'penny Bridge
      5. Mansion House
      6. Anna Livia Monument
      7. Molly Malone statue
      8. Christ Church Cathedral
      9. Poolbeg Towers
      10. Kilmainham Jail
      11. Guinness Brewery-round of drinks at pub-hand in pocket
      12. Mulligan's Pub-Poolbeg Street-Tara St. Station-close to Grafton Street.

      Any suggestions please?
      Thank you, All!

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    • name search

      by einniw Online Now Mar 2, 2010 at 1:27 AM

      I am trying to trace the name creton or crayton in the area
      also i am looking for any information on the term The Budgin
      cheers
      einniw

      1 Answer Mar 10, 2010 at 8:15 AM
    • Inishowen vs. Antrim Coast

      by mbarnett Online Now Mar 6, 2007 at 9:50 PM

      I've have limited days in Ireland and I've got to make a choice between driving the Inishowen 100 or going to Giant's Causeway and driving a portion of the Antrim Coast. If you've been to both, which would you choose as most scenic?

    • 3 Bedroom house to rent

      by motherof03 Online Now Sep 4, 2006 at 2:46 PM

      Hi

      My husband and I are looking to move back to Ireland and Buncrana/Muff in particular. Does anyone know of any 3+ bedroom houses to let on a long term basis until we find somewhere to buy? Ideally unfurnished, and with a garden and parking. We have 3 children and so need to be close to schools etc.

      Thanks
      Sarah

      2 Answers Sep 21, 2008 at 11:50 AM
    • I'm moving to Buncrana in September

      by elisabethamaya Online Now Jun 14, 2006 at 10:28 AM

      Hi!!
      My name is Elisabet. I'm from the south of Spain and I'll go to Buncrana in September to work at Crana College as a language assistant. I've already been to Ireland, but do not know that area. I'd like to know a bit about the place (college, education,young people, costumes...)I'll have to rent a room, so I need to know if that's possible there (it is a small town)And of coure, What about places for young people? (I'm 25 years old)
      many thanks
      elisabeth

      2 Answers Sep 21, 2008 at 12:18 PM
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      Living in Buncrana

      by Matt-100 Online Now Oct 18, 2004 at 2:26 PM

      Hi there! I' maybe moving to Buncrana in the future to work there as a Dutch-speaking in a callcenter. Now I still haven many many questions... First and foremost: What is the renting price? And how do most single people rent something? Maybe share an appartent? Or is it possible to rent a single room in a house? And off course it would be handy if I have some prices so that I know what the cost of living is over there... Also for a beer in the pub, cause it's very easy to compare beerprices. About the town: Is there alot of action? Many youngsters and places to hang out? And also very important : Are they used to having foreingers around and are they willing to comunicate with them? I'm also a little bit affraid that I will not understand the language. Is it true that many people overthere speak Gaelic? And is it possible to understand the English that is spoken overthere? Off course other tips and interesting things to know are more than welcome! Thanks ! Greez, Matt

      5 Answers Apr 26, 2005 at 4:42 AM