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  202 Dublin hotels. Accommodation in Dublin. Hotels in Dublin, Ireland
Merrion Hall is a modern, sophisticated property in Dublin's diplomatic quarter.
Therefore, the number of tourist attractions and historical sights in Dublin is truly remarkable.
What's more, Dublin is famous for the best breweries in the world thus about 1000 pubs welcome tourists all year round.
www.europe-cities.com /hotels-dublin.aspx   (437 words)

  
  CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Dublin
Dublin; whilst from the invariable practice they all seem to have adopted, of embarking in some foreign missionary enterprise, they can scarcely be regarded as diocesan bishops in the accepted sense of the term, i.e.
Dublin in 1649 closed the gates of his cathedral city against him; he took refuge in Galway and died there in 1651 or 1652.
Dublin is the residence of the Superior General of the Irish Christian Brothers and the seat of their novitiate.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/05171a.htm   (4961 words)

  
  Dublin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dublin, in a 2003 survey, was found to be the best capital city in Europe to live in, and the Republic of Ireland was also the best country to live in.
Dublin postal districts reflect the North/South divide, with odd numbers being used for districts on the Northside, e.g: Phibsboro is in Dublin 7, and even numbers for ones on the Southside, e.g: Sandymount is in Dublin 4.
Dublin Airport is the busiest airport by far on the island, registering nearly 19 million passengers in 2005, making it the 14th busiest airport in Europe with the capital's airport offering onward flights to other airports in Ireland, Europe, North America and the Middle East.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dublin   (4750 words)

  
 Dublin, California - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dublin Boulevard, a generally east/west road running just north of Interstate 580, was a part of the Lincoln Highway and later U.S. Highway 50.
Dublin is home to a future IKEA that is scheduled to finish construction in 2008.
Dublin is also going through a lot of remodeling with almost every shopping center in Dublin being remodeled, and two new ones, one is located by Regal cinema in east Dublin and one with a Starbucks just down the road from Dublin's High School.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dublin,_California   (936 words)

  
 Dublin - Dublin City - 1 2 Travel Ireland Information Guide
Dublin is where you’ll find many of the nations treasures, housed in the city’s galleries and museums and is where some of the most important events of Ireland were played out, most notably the Easter Uprising of 1916.
Dublin is a thriving cultural centre and boasts a great literary legacy with many luminaries of Irish literature such as Joyce, Shaw, Yeats, Wilde, Kavanagh and Beckett, being associated with the city.
Dublin’s entertainments are legendary, from the boozy delights of the Guinness Storehouse, and the Temple Bar, to more cultured nights at the theatre or dining in one of the city’s fine eateries.
www.12travel.com /ie/Dublin/index.html   (367 words)

  
 The City of Dublin, California - History of Dublin
Dublin has long been known as the "crossroads" of the Bay Area.
Dublin has a rich history dating back to 1772 when Pedro Fages led an expedition of 16 mounted men on a journey in search of a land route to Drake's Bay which at that time was called San Francisco Bay.
The City of Dublin, located at the crossroads of the Tri-Valley, has contributed to the planned growth and forward thinking of the area.
www.ci.dublin.ca.us /DepartmentSub.cfm?PL=com&SL=hist   (511 words)

  
 Dublin Ireland Tour Page
Dublin has been called "Europe's most intimate capital." Step into a local pub and you'll understand that quote immediately.
Dublin Castle was the adminstrative centre of Dublin and Ireland since 1204.
Dublin Corporation offers this great overview of the key sights and sites in the city.
www.dublinn.com /dublin.htm   (823 words)

  
 Architecture of County Dublin - Buildings of Ireland [Archeire, Irish Architecture Online]
Dublin Bay, with its great sweep of coast from the rocky brow of Howth in the north to the headland of Dalkey in the south, is a fitting introduction to one of Europe's finest capitals.
The Dublin Region consists of the City of Dublin and the area which was formerly known as County Dublin, and covers an area of 922 sq km and contains over a million inhabitants.
In 1994 County Dublin (the area excluding the city) was sub-divided into three, each new area with county-level status and its own administration, namely: Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown; Fingal; and South County Dublin; Administration of the Dublin Region as a whole is now co-ordinated by the Dublin Regional Authority.
www.irish-architecture.com /buildings_ireland/dublin   (388 words)

  
 Dublin travel guide - Wikitravel
Dublin [1] is the thriving capital city of the Republic of Ireland.
Dublin is served by a single terminal airport approximately 10km north of the city, although a second terminal is under construction and due to complete in 2009.
Dublin has two main train stations: Heuston, in the west of the city centre, serves much of the west of the country and Cork while Connolly in the north-east centre of the city serves the east coast, Belfast, suburban commuter services "DART", and Sligo in the west.
wikitravel.org /en/Dublin   (6513 words)

  
 Dublin Accommodation — Dublin Apartments - stayDublin
These Dublin apartments offer superior accommodation and convenient locations for sightseeing and enjoying all the attractions the city has to offer.
Whether your visit is for business or pleasure we have a superb selection of one, two and three bedroom self-catering apartments in Dublin.
Dublin has something to suit every taste, from the youthful arty scene of Temple Bar to the more sedate surroundings of the National Gallery.
www.staydublin.com   (268 words)

  
 Dublin
Dublin restaurants have come a long way since the days of boiled potatoes and salted cabbage.
In the heady '90s, Ireland was the fastest-growing economy in the European Union--today, it's the E.U.'s second most expensive country after Finland--and Dublin was the epicenter of the boom.
In the original storage underbelly of Dublin's largest train station, the restaurant is a cavernous maze of stone archways with fl leather chairs and sofas clustered around dark-wood tables.
www.budgettravelonline.com /bt-dyn/content/article/2005/06/04/AR2005060400778.html   (969 words)

  
 Realty Times - Real Estate News and Advice - Local Market Conditions   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The city of Dublin currently has 146 listings on the market this is up significantly from this time last year; when there were only 46 listngs which is an indication that this market has moved to the buyers side.
Dublin es una de las ciudades con crecimiento más rapido en el condado de Alameda, y continúa ampliando su base commercial y de negocio.
Dublin es un lugar maravilloso para vivir, hacienda de Dublin un lugar sumamente deseable para comprar su...
realtytimes.com /rtmcrloc/California~Dublin   (544 words)

  
 4 Hotel Reservations Dublin - Accoomodation in Dublin
Dublin is a thriving centre for culture and is home to a great literary tradition - its native sons include Shaw, Yeats, Joyce and Beckett -- and is the cradle of many musical talents, from the Dubliners and the Chieftains to U2.
Dublin provides a host of offerings to the visitor which are suitable to every taste and age group.
Dublin’s attractions are ranging from castles, churches, museums and art galleries to the lively spirit of Temple Bar.
www.4hotelreservationsdublin.com   (456 words)

  
 Dublin Hotels, Dublin Bed and Breakfast (B&B), Hotels in Dublin Ireland
Dublin is over 1,000 years old, and is a city rich in history.
To help you plan your visit, we have several Dublin maps, including a Dublin City Centre street map, map of Dublin City, as well as maps of neighbouring counties and Ireland.
Dublin Airport is located to the north of the city, with direct flights to Britain, Europe, and North America.
www.dublintourist.com   (528 words)

  
 Welcome to UCD, Ireland's Education Capital
Professor George Eogan, emeritus Professor of Celtic Archaeology at University College Dublin, widely regarded as one of Ireland’s foremost archaeologists, has been awarded the Royal Irish Academy Gold Medal in the Humanities.
Dermot Desmond was conferred with an Honorary Doctorate of Laws by University College Dublin, in recognition of his outstanding contribution to business innovation and enterprise in Ireland.
At the conferring ceremony, he was also presented with the UCD Ulysses Medal, the highest honour that the university can bestow...
www.ucd.ie   (339 words)

  
 Dublin city guide, Ireland - Time Out Travel
Sitting low and dark on the edge of the River Liffey, there’s something forbidding about Dublin at first.
But as soon as you get on your feet and begin to walk its accessible streets, discovering along the way how small it is, how charming it is and how admirably low-key the locals are, you realise you’ve come to the right place.
The Time Out Dublin Guide has been completely updated by people who live and work in Ireland's capital.
www.timeout.com /travel/dublin   (190 words)

  
 Dublin, Dublin Hotels, Dublin Apartments, Accommodation in Dublin, Hotels in Dublin Ireland
Close proximity to all of Dublin`s main sights, the airport and the business district, and all the comforts of a modern home in pleasant, quiet surroundings -- what more could you wish for during your...
This distinctive and contemporary one-bedroom furnished apartment is set in the very heart of Dublin, and its prime location will give you the ability to reach the city centre, the most popular shoppi...
Dublin is the vibrant, thriving capital of Ireland, and provides plenty of sights and activities for tourists the whole year round.
www.apartmentsapart.com /Europe/Ireland/Dublin   (391 words)

  
 Dublin, New Hampshire
Dublin is home to Yankee Publishing, Inc., publishers of well-known magazines such as Yankee and the Old Farmer's Almanac, in publication since 1792.
The 2005 Census estimate for Dublin was 1,556 residents, which ranked 157th among New Hampshire's incorporated cities and towns.
Dublin contains 27.9 square miles of land area and 1.1 square miles of inland water area.
www.nhes.state.nh.us /elmi/htmlprofiles/dublin.html   (327 words)

  
 Dublin Historic Sites
Although Dublin is well known as being a place of friendliness and 'craic', the city is also a very old and beautiful City, it is well over 1000 years old.
When you walk the streets of Dublin you'll be able to see some magnificent old buildings such as Christ Church Cathedral which was built in 1234 AD, although there has been a church on the site since 1028 AD.
Built in 1204 by king John, Dublin Castle was built as a fortress suitable for administration and the defense of Dublin.
www.dublinuncovered.net /historic.html   (1679 words)

  
 The Ireland Funds - Destination Dublin
Dublin's magnificent physical setting with the sweep of Dublin Bay and the shadowy silhouettes of the Wicklow Mountains to the south providing an exhilarating backdrop.
Medieval Dublin was subject to the fortunes of the English royals but it sustained its importance because of its use as a port.
Today Dublin is a fusion of Georgian Classical buildings and examples of a more International Modern style with large public parks and botanical gardens all adding to its unique urban charm.
www.irlfunds.org /ireland/dublin.asp   (958 words)

  
 Dublin hotels and cheap hotel lodgings, accommodation - vacations
The Hilton Dublin Airport is situated close to Dublin city, on the picturesque east coast of Ireland.
Many of Irelands best known golf courses are within easy reach of Dublin Airport, the hotel also runs a courtesy shuttle bus to Dublin, from 4.45am to 11pm at regular intervals.
Hilton Dublin is a 10 minute walk from the heart of both business ande shopping districts and features a purpose-built conference centre and its own underground car park.
www.all-hotels.com /dublin-hotels.htm   (1189 words)

  
 Hotels in Dublin: Book 120 Dublin Hotels
You can choose from over 120 Dublin hotels all instantly bookable online, so you are certain to find a hotel to suit your taste, whether it is a top 5-star hotel or a cheap Dublin hotel.
Dublin hotels are always very heavily booked particularly on Friday and Saturday nights and for all major events.
Remember with Dublin Hotel Reservations you only have to pay a small deposit to secure you hotel booking-the balance is paid to the hotel on departure.
www.dublinhotelreservations.com   (230 words)

  
 Dublin.ie - Visiting   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Dublin offers a great deal for visitors, whether you're here for a holiday or a business trip.
Dublin is increasingly attracting people from all over the world.
Excellent maps of Dublin are also available from Dublin Tourism.
www.dublin.ie /index.asp?locID=45&docID=-1   (878 words)

  
 Amazon.co.uk: Dublin: Books: Edward Rutherfurd   (Site not responding. Last check: )
And Dublin: Foundation, the first of a massive two-part epic, is possibly Rutherford's most challenging undertaking yet--and (on the evidence of this first book) could well be his most considerable achievement.
I think Dublin can best be thought of as a series of much shorter novels, rather than a monolothic whole.
The Rebels of Ireland: The Dublin Saga by Edward Rutherfurd
www.amazon.co.uk /Dublin-Edward-Rutherfurd/dp/0099279088   (694 words)

  
 Dublin Core Metadata Element Set, Version 1.1
The Dublin Core Metadata Element Set is a vocabulary of fifteen properties for use in resource description.
The name "Dublin" is due to its origin at a 1995 invitational workshop in Dublin, Ohio; "core" because its elements are broad and generic, usable for describing a wide range of resources.
The fifteen element "Dublin Core" described in this standard is part of a larger set of metadata vocabularies and technical specifications maintained by the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI).
www.dublincore.org /documents/dces   (842 words)

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