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  • Premier Inn
    Room Report: Premier Inn Airport Dublin, Ireland
    Arrival Experience: This hotel is a solid offering just steps from a shopping center and numerous fast food outlets giving short-term guests plenty of options. A shuttle operates from the airport to the hotel, but its schedule stops surprisingly...
  • Sinead O'Connor
    The Foggy Dew released by Sinead O'Connor for Dublin funeral reenactment
    Ten minutes ago today, “The Foggy Dew” was mastered and sent out for media release by international recording artist Sinead O'Connor. Examiner is one of the first to hear the passionate song in honor of tomorrow's events in...
  • Croke Park Hotel
    A Dublin Hotel offering a unique local experience
    Part of the draw of visiting a new place is the chance to experience life as a local. It's rare that a hotel would offer a glimpse into a popular tradition right at the doorstep, but this is what you get with Dublin's Croke Park Hotel...
  • 'A Man of No Importance' at Avon Players
    'A Man of No Importance' provides perfect close to Avon Players season
    When a community theatre does a play about an even smaller community theatre, it has to be an act of love. And acts of love are very much the theme of “A Man of No Importance,” a charming musical that closes the Avon Players’...
  • The Secret Place
    Let no man put asunder: Book review of ‘The Secret Place’ by Tana French
    I have been a fan of Tana French since the debut of her first novel 2007’s In the Woods. Her 2008 novel, The Likeness proved she was not a flash in the proverbial publishing pan. Within the last few weeks I have read her last three releases...
  • Broken Harbor
    Keeping up with the Joneses: Book Review of ‘Broken Harbor’ by Tana French
    The Spain family seems to be living the American dream, albeit in Ireland, but still; a set of good looking parents with two equally good looking and healthy small children, a nice house, good jobs, and enough money to spend on extras such as a...
  • Bray
    A Day in Bray (Ireland)
    DUBLIN, IRELAND – The town of Bray (Bré, meaning hill in Irish) is around 20km along the coast south of Dublin and easily accessible with multiple trains each hour running from Connolly Station, providing a journey time of around 45 minutes....
  • "No Homhe Heart" 2015
    DAYSTAR 'No home but the heart: An assembly of memories' on March 29
    The "University of Rochester" (New York) program of dance & movement along with "Daystar: Contemporary Dance Drama of Indian America" presents, "No home but the heart: An assembly of memories" It will be held on...
  • Director Aoife Kelleher talks 'One Million Dubliners' and Irish Film Festival
    Director Aoife Kelleher talks 'One Million Dubliners' and Irish Film Festival
    Only at the Somerville Theatre, 55 Davis Square in Somerville, Massachusetts, can one find an entire weekend of films in the Irish spirit.The Irish Film Festival is celebrating fifteen years with thirty acclaimed films on a wide range of topics...
  • Dublin celebrates Saint Patrick's Day with a joyous parade filled with marvelous floats and costumes.
    Things to see in Dublin
    Saint Patrick’s Day is close by and with it comes the celebration of Irish culture. Every March 17th parades occur in Dublin, New York, Chicago and elsewhere and most of these parades include a lot of people wearing green, waving Irish flags...
  • Cliffs of Moher
    Travel in Ireland
    When asking a random stranger what they wish they could do more of, one is likely to get varied answers. However, one of the most common would probably be travel. Traveling has now become fairly easy with multiple airlines or other modes of...
  • Dublin, Ohio St. Patrick's Parade
    Everything Irish is in the spotlight at Dublin, Ohio's St. Patrick's celebration
    Your eyes will be smiling even ifyou aren't Irish when you attend the annual St. Patrick's celebration and parade in Dublin, Ohio on Saturday, March 14. Here's your chance to experience a bit of the Emerald Isle without needing a...
  • Kilmainham Gaol
    Live Ireland's History at Kilmainham Gaol
    In order to appreciate what you are going to see at Kilmainham Gaol when you visit, you have to understand a little Irish history. England had been occupying Ireland for hundreds of years. During that time, non-Irish settlers occupied large areas...
  • Contrasting atmospheres: a hallmark of downtown Dublin restaurants
    Contrasting atmospheres: a hallmark of downtown Dublin restaurants
    Dublin is awash in fine-dining choices and the cosmopolitan nature of the city is reflected in the ranging ethnicity of hosts and servers, as well as the variety of international dishes. Here are six of the best –Friendly and centralAlex...
  • Refurbishments enhance panache of The Shelbourne in Dublin
    Refurbishments enhance panache of The Shelbourne in Dublin
    Impressively clad doormen, gilded mirrors, shimmering Tiffany glass chandeliers and ornate marble balustrades – initial impressions upon arrival at The Shelbourne in central Dublin indicate it’s somewhat special.Even more so as a...
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