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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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  • Don't forget to hit Temple Bar for a drink and/or the experience. Gallaghy's Boxty House for traditional and not-so-traditional Irish fare. When your done touch the marble bar top at Davy Byrnes Pub. James Joyce was a regular there.
  • Thanks Brendan.

    I was actually looking for the name of a specific person before I start contacting them directly, but of course that is a good place to start. So, if anyone has any ideas ...
  • Michelle, here's the contact details for Dublin Tourism:
    Dublin Tourism
    Tourism Centre
    Suffolk Street
    Dublin 2
    Republic of Ireland
    tel. +353 1 6057700
  • I don't suppose anyone out there knows who the PR for the Dublin tourist office is? If you have an idea of their name and contact details I'd love to hear from you.
  • Fan's of Ireland might like to read one of the articles on my blog about the dissappearing 'Genuine' Irish Pul.
    Ma Murphy's and the disappearing Irish pub
    Travel stories from around the world.
  • In honor of the late Stephen Gately, this week's Top Tune is the latest from Irish boy band Boyzone, "Love You Anyway" (after Sunday, you can find it in our music archive).
  • I have read McCarthy's Bar and have been to Ireland 10 times. One of my favorite places!
  • I read McCarthy's Bar and a newer one that I can't remember the title of right now. Unfortunately I don't think the author is still with us. I loved the books.
  • Dublin is my favorite city followed closely by Belfast in NI. Dublin is a "happening place" - a recent guide on a tour told us that average age is 28 - this is probably due to the many colleges and Universities that tend to create a lot of energy. For a capital city it is surprisingly compact for walking the City Centre - people, as always, are friendly, helpful and gracious. I always try to stay over extra days in Dublin after a tour to see new places and revisit old ones. Not to mention to see the ever popular Irish Cabaret (now at Three Rocks) with the howlingly funny Noel V. Ginnity.
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