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Where to Get Ergonomic Office Stuff in Dublin?

Greetings! My younger sister recently moved to Dublin because of some official duties. Before her transfer to Dublin, we arrange the apartment and further stuff, but now, we are noticing that office furniture is not much support for her back. Or we can also say she is habitual of ergonomic office stuff and wants the same for her Dublin office.  In this regard, we have visited many online stores, but honestly, office stuff prices are high there. According to my father, it is a better idea to…

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Ireland's national cemetery, Glasnevin in Dublin

If this was not in fact the highest point in Dublin, it certainly felt like it. After climbing the 198 steps to the top of Glasnevin Cemetery's Daniel O’Connell Tower (below) -  Ireland's highest round tower - I was able to gaze over the entire city, laid out almost like a map. It stretched from the western limits, past the airport to the north, by way of the Hill of Howth, the Irish Sea and the Liffey River mouth round to the Dublin Mountains in the south. This amazing revelation was the…

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Kinsale, jewel of Ireland's south coast

With its deep water harbour and a population of a bit over 5,200, the town of Kinsale in County Cork has been an important sea port for more than 1,500 years. St Multose founded a monastery here in the 6th century, and the early Celtic settlement that grew up around the estuary was later supplanted by a Viking trading post. The Normans fortified the town in the 13th century, and over the next 200 years it developed as a centre for fishing and shipbuilding. read post

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  • I'm finally - finally! - getting to Eire later this year for the first time, and in the course of researching the trip came across this piece by Tripatini member Mary Jo Manzanares about sites relating to Dublin's rich history of writers. And gosh, maybe I'll even take another stab at Ulysses!
    Literary Dublin: Discover These Sites That Celebrate Dublin Writers - Traveling with MJ
    Learn about literary Dublin and its attractions that celebrate Dublin writers like James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, Jonathan Swift, Bram Stoker and more.
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  • In observance of Pride, The Guardian just came out with a piece on Europe's ten best gay-friendly destinations - and here's why Dublin made the cut:
    10 of Europe’s best destinations for LGBTQ+ travellers this Pride season | Gay and lesbian travel |…
    From Madrid to Mykonos our writer picks the most queer-friendly holiday spots in Europe
  • Maureen Blevins has a question about Ireland in the Media Only group. Can someone help her out?

  • Heading back to Ireland in a week.  Want to spend more time along the Atlantic coast this time from Burren down to Country Cork.  Any suggestions?

  • Looking for a 3 or more day Ireland tour for my wife who will be arriving in Dublin on April 16th.  She loves exploring little shops, bakeries, restaurants and writing about those "off-the-beaten-path" unique finds that the typical big-city tourist might never discover. Any suggestions for her? Thanks.

  • Whose social media program is trumping the competition? Tourism Ireland's. A tripatini blog explains how Tourism Ireland did it:


    How Tourism Ireland Took Top Social Media Prize
    How Tourism Ireland Won Top Social Media Prize Luck of the Irish? Hardly. It was no surprise to us when Tourism Ireland  was tapped as the winner…
  • In the Tripatini blog, here's a look at gay Ireland - begorra, how it's changed!!

  • Thanks so much for that tip, Brendan =)
  • HI Andrea, I've just come back from a quick trip out to the Aran Islands, off the Galway coast in the West of the country. Inis Meain to be exact, the middle island. If you like walking amid scenery of great isolation and beauty then you can't afford to miss the coastal loop along the rocks on this magnificent island. You can enjoy wonderful food and good fun in a really relaxed and time-has-stood-still kind of place.


    This website may help you plan a little better:

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