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Dublin's key ingredients: a thousand-year history, marinated until rich in heritage and sprinkled with hedonism. Visit and enjoy.
Personality Goes A Long WayGeorgian elegance aside, Dublin mightn...
...inne to the fabulous ruins of Ireland's rich monastic past at Glendalough and Clonmacnoise. More recent history is visible in the Titanic museum in Cobh to the forbidding Kilmainham Gaol in Dublin. And there's history so young that it's still considered the present, best experienced on a black-taxi tour of West Belfast or an examination of Derry's astonishingly colourful political mu...
With a cosy atmosphere, cream-coloured walls and dark wood finish, Dublin transplants a bit of Ireland to the steppes. It’s a popular expat hangout, but also frequented by young Mongols. There is plenty of alcohol on tap, as well as Irish coffee and tasty pub gru...
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A cross between a large bar and a small club, the Dublin has plain wood floors but expensive drinks. Its weekend disco parties are frequented by stiletto-heeled gals and aspiring mafiosi who reserve tables with the compulsory bottle of whiskey. T...
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This lively Irish pub may not offer much in the way of local flavor – well, except for the Chilean-inspired bar food – but there is a great selection of whiskey and a happy-go-lucky crow...
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