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Well, I am attempting to go with my boyfriend. I plan to see as much of the landscape as I can. Giants Causeway, the Blarney Stone, the guiness brewery for sure. I plan to accomplish is to find a job, get a reasonable place to live or stay.


Hotel Morgan, Dublin

Such was the demand for the Morgan hotel's 66 rooms, the Temple Bar property decided to expand in 2005, adding 40 new deluxe bedrooms, plus 15 long-stay... more


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Fitzwilliam Hotel
Hotel Fitzwilliam Hotel, Dublin

As chic as it is elite—designer Terence Conran wouldn't have it any other way—the 139-room Fitzwilliam hotel has a split personality in terms of... more


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Nightlife Whelan's, Dublin

Whelan's dates from 1772, so when the current owner bought the place in 1999, you could see why he vowed not to develop it into a tacky "superpub." For a time,... more

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Nightlife Doheny & Nesbitt, Dublin

Long-time regulars just call it Nesbitt's, and so should you. Dublin is full of pubs, but there's nothing like the character of this landmark watering hole,... more

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Cocoon, Dublin

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Shop Cherche Midi, Dublin

Named after owner Frances O'Gorman's favorite shoe-shopping street in Paris, Cherche Midi will appeal to female shoe addicts who favor quirky colors and... more

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Shop Avoca, Dublin

In 1974, the Pratt family stepped in to save an 18th-century wool mill in Avoca, in County Wicklow, from being turned into a holiday complex. Thirty-five years... more

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See + Do Meeting House Square, Dublin

There's almost always something happening in this Temple Bar square: live theater during lunchtime on weekdays, outdoor movies, and Irish music. Most events are... more

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See + Do Guinness Storehouse, Dublin

Tour the laboratory to taste and smell the raw ingredients, and learn from the professional tasters. But everyone knows the real draw here: the complimentary... more

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See + Do Dublinia and the Viking World, Dublin

Do it for the kids, but don't be surprised if you enjoy Dublinia, too. This permanent exhibition depicts ancient Dublin with street reconstructions, artifacts... more

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See + Do Abbey Theatre, Dublin

Opened by W. B. Yeats and Lady Augusta Gregory in 1904, the Abbey—Ireland's national theater—was created to showcase Irish culture. Rebuilt in 1966,... more

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Ouzo's, Dublin

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Eating Chapter One, Dublin

Chapter One serves cutting-edge Irish cooking in the basement of what was once the home of John Jameson, the man behind Ireland's most famous whiskey, and is... more

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