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Dublin, the capital of Ireland, the Emerald Isle, is a city rich in history, culture, sport and gastronomy. Its literary history is world famous, producing such figures as Yeats, Samuel Beckett, Oscar Wilde, and George Bernard Shaw. It's also famously known as the home of James Joyce.
Hours:At the weekend, the front arch is closed at 6pm.
Address:College Green, Dublin 2
A serene oasis in the centre of bustling Dublin City, Trinity College Dublin was founded in 1592 on a site deemed to be quite distant from the city centre at the time. Dubliners nowadays, however, cannot imagine walking through the true centre of the city without passing by the front gates of the 'Harvard of Ireland'.
Well, I’m heading out of the country again. If I said that twenty years ago, you would have the impression that I was a successful businessman with a mythical travelling lifestyle. Nowadays, it can cost as much to go to Warsaw from Dublin as it does to Limerick.
Hours:8.00am-11.30pm Mon-Thu, 8.00am-12.30am Fri, 9.30am-12.30am Sat, 8.00am-11.00pm Sun
Address:2 Suffolk St.
If I could say that I have a favourite pub in Dublin, O’Neill’s is probably it. It has everything I want: convenience, superb food & choice, space, live music at night, beautiful interior, friendly familiar bar staff, mouth-watering choice of Irish beers.
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