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Walking in Dublin: Temple Bar and Docklands

| August 21, 2013

Dublin Tourism Centre. The tour commences from outside the Dublin Tourism Office on Suffolk Street. The decline of the local population in the second half of the 20th century forced the closure of St Andrew’s Church and in 1996 it was beautifully refurbished and re-opened as a tourism centre by its new owners, Dublin Tourism. The church has a direct connection to the Vikings as it stands on the site of the former Thingmote, a large mound of earth raised by the Norsemen in the 10th century as their assembly place for settling disputes and passing laws.

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Indulgent and luxury in Dublin

| August 7, 2013

If a little indulgence is your favourite form of therapy, Dublin has a holdall of luxury options that will leave you feeling suitably refreshed.

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Cheap holidays in Dublin

| July 24, 2013

If you’re visiting on a shoestring, Dublin has an abundance of free attractions and events for you to enjoy year round.

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Royal Dublin

| July 10, 2013

When Ireland separated from the United Kingdom in 1922, Dublin succumbed its position as a viceregal seat. But after 750 years of rule from London, signs of an enduring royal tradition can be spotted around the city.

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Thing to do in US Virgin Islands all inclusive resorts

| December 27, 2013

Club St. Croix Beach and Tennis ResortFor people who love to have adventures and like to venture, scuba diving offers the thrills and frills of the life. It is the ultimate and takes adventurism to the highest levels. But scuba diving enthusiasts there are not much places and locations in US. Except for one scuba diving location that has live coral life, one can find only Virgin Islands. This island consists of 50 islands in the Caribbean that present spectacular and unique scuba diving experience of its own. US Virgin Islands best resorts at usvirginislandsallinclusiveresort.com

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Coastal, beach, boat trip

| September 3, 2013

Cliff-top wilderness, sandy beaches, yacht trips and island tours, Dublin’s sparkling coastal towns are all accessible by rail and waiting to be explored.

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Walking in Dublin: Castles and Cathedrals

| June 25, 2013

Dublin Tourism Centre. The tour commences from outside the Dublin Tourism Centre on Suffolk Street. If you are wondering why the offices of Dublin Tourism are situated in a former church it is because the decline of the local population in the second half of the 20th century forced the closure of St Andrew’s Church. In 1996 it was beautifully refurbished and re-opened as a tourism centre by its new owners, Dublin Tourism. The church has a direct connection to the Vikings as it stands on the site of the former Thingmote, a large mound of earth raised by the Norsemen in the 10th century as their assembly place for settling disputes and passing laws.

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Dublin and the film

| June 4, 2013

Dublin has always punched above its weight when it comes to contributing to the pool of Hollywood legends. Gabriel Byrne, Brenda Fricker, Colin Farrell, Colm Meaney, Brendan Gleeson and Neil Jordan are just a few. As a filming location, easy access to world-class production facilities as well as mountains, sea and historical sites means Dublin has been a star performer in several international productions.

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On the Liffey – Dublin’s bridges

| May 18, 2013

Dublin lies on the river Liffey, the very river the Vikings sailed up in 837 to set up camp. Its bridges of many names reflect the city’s long history. They also serve as gateways to a trail of sightseeing delights. Walk or cruise with Liffey River Cruises.

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Dublin: The City of Literature

| May 2, 2013

A UNESCO City of Literature, home to the Book of Kells, birthplace of James Joyce and Nobel Prize winners William Butler Yeats, George Bernard Shaw and Samuel Beckett, Dublin is truly an inspirational city with a literary tradition that dates back over a thousand years.

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