Public Viewing Screens in Ireland
At 2 Fenns Quay you'll find the loviest gallery. Last year when we married we got a painting from Buckley Fine Art and now we've been back as we've...
82 Merrion Square
This house - No.82 - has been brilliantly restored by its current occupants 'Merrion Property Group' to what it looked like when the famous Nobel...
Myself and my family go here on a regular basis. There is now a playground before the trek up to the woods and some of the walks are slightly changed...
Patrick Street is the main street in Cork, great shopping, eating and drinking, throughout and in the areas just off it. It is always...
THE LAPPS QUAY BOARDWALK
The boardwalk at Lapps Quay was the first in modern Cork and is certainly the most popular. Quite a few events take place...
BANKS OF THE LEE WALKWAY
Funny how things change. This morning, headed downtown to call to Cafe Gusto and instead, a red traffic light and a random...
A Permanent Exhibition of 25 paintings (reproductions) by Sir William Orpen who was born in Stillorgan in 1878.Exhibition begins 1st March...
THE TWO TREES
There are two well known trees in the West Cork seaside village of Castletownsend.
Unusually, they form a roundabout in the middle...
50 Beechpark Court
5 Dublin Airport
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