Fatima House B&B

17 Upper Gardiner Street, Dublin, 1, Ireland

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Dublin airport to Bangor

by beirnejo

We will be arriving on next Tuesday and need transportation to Bangor Marina (near Belfast)Can you tell use the best way to get there? Cheapest Way, Fastest Way.

Thanks,
Pat and John

Re: Dublin airport to Bangor

by leics

You could hire a car, although you may have to pay a supplement to take it over the border.

Otherwise you can use the train and/or bus.

The best overall site to look at is

http://www.translink.co.uk/nir.asp

Putting 'Dublin' and 'Bangor' there will bring up exact information and details for your journey from the airport to Bangor centre. Journey takes 3+ hours.

You'll probably need a taxi to the marina once you arrive in Bangor.

www.irishrail.ie will also give you times/fares for trains Dublin airport to Belfast.

www.buseireann.ie ditto for buses to Belfast.

Re: Dublin airport to Bangor

by Waoife

The fastest way is definitely to hire a car and drive - it should only take about an hour and a half.

Otherwise I'd say bus is probably next quickest as you'd have to go the 10kms or so into Dublin city to get a train. You may have to get a bus to Belfast and go to Bangor from there - Bus Eireann or the Dublin airport websites are probably good places to look for info.

Travel Tips for Dublin

Garda Síochána: the friendliest cops in the world

by sarahjayn

Okay, this might sound strange, but my absolute favorite thing about Dublin is the cops. The real name of the Garda is "An Garda Síochána" which in English means "The Guardians of the Peace". They really are guardians of the peace; too, doing whatever they can to ensure a nice society. They are definitely not the oppressive authority figures I remember in my American home (though not all American cops are like that, I know), and I would totally have a hard time thinking of / referring to them as, "the man." Case in point:
"Uniformed members of the Force do not carry firearms. This has been the situation since 1922 when the first Commissioner, Michael Staines, declared "The Garda Síochána will succeed not by force of arms or numbers, but on their moral authority as servants of the people". "
Taken from their website, people! They're awesome. That's not to say that they are a bunch of wusses. I saw two lady garda take down a big mean drunk one night when he wouldn't leave the bar maid alone. Also, some of the in-town cops are on horseback. That's really cute. And they wear bright yellow slickers. Also cute.

The Temple Bar area is very...

by fax

The Temple Bar area is very interesting, some nice old buildings and a cosmopolitain feel. Grafton Street and Henry Street are the main shopping areas. There was lots of people in the precinct selling cigarettes (illegal imports I think) and bananas. Every 50 metres or so there were more people and more bananas and they were all selling for the same price...bizarre, but entertaining!!

Airlines to Ireland.
Some of...

by Anisha1


Airlines to Ireland.
Some of the Airline companies have very reasonable deals going.
'Ryan Air'have cheap deals to London and Paris and Brussels at times.
Coming to Ireland via London you can fly into Dublin, Shannon, Belfast, or Derry.

Airline links:
1.Derry Airport takes you right up into the north.
Derry Airport

2. Dublin Airport

3.This is the Irish site for Ryanair...great deals.
RyanAir
4. EasyJet into Belfast will be in £sterliing
EasyJet
5. Belfast airport site. (in £sterling)
Belfast Int Airport

I'd check RyanAir and EasyJet for all your European distinations if I were you. Do remember there are different airports in London: Gatwick, Heathrow, Stanstead, Luton.
Make sure your connecting flights are from the same airport. :)

From Dublin you can fly into the smaller airports in Kerry, Donegal, Knock. Check out AerAran for this. AirLingus deal with these queries.

Dublin/Irish newspapers

by don1dublin

Its always nice to read up on the place your about to visit.....whats happening in the city or country land........wether theres a war on there or not or if zombies have taken over the country.....

My favourite (free paper) is the Irish Independent. - www.Independent.ie

A local newspaper for Dublin southside and north is........
www.northsidepeople.ie....these are more community based papers.

A good site if you've forgotton your golf clubs while coming to Ireland or have lost that all important buggy for the little one...you can pick up cheap ones here at ww.buyandsell.ie :0)

Have a stroll in the St...

by Nobbe

Have a stroll in the St Stephens Green. A favourite meeting place for the people of Dublin. It is a meeting place for students from nearby Trinity College, workers from the offices and shops that surround the park, tourists and shoppers from nearby Grafton St. It was originally a walled area with walks surrounding it. The area was levelled and walled in 1678 and a ditch dug round it. The four sides, each a quarter of a mile in length, were known as Leeson’s Walk (S), French Walk (W), Beaux’ Walk (N) and Monks’s Walk (E).

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Address: 17 Upper Gardiner Street, Dublin, 1, Ireland