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Go to Dun Laoghaire

Dun Laoghaire is a lovely sea town in County Dublin.
It's lovely to walk or skate on the pier, especially in spring (it can be too cold or windy in winter, but the Christmas lights are lovely.)
There is a nice cinema and a lot of lovely restaurants (particularly Toscana and GTI.)
On Sundays, there is a market in the People's Park.
Nice cafés close to the seafront: Innocent, Moka coffee.

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Jan 26, 2006

Dun Laoghaire Promenade

A great way to spend a rare sunny day is to enjoy the Dun Laoghaire causeway. The procedure is simple: Go to the causeway, walk wherever you want, and enjoy the views. Tired? Sit down on a bench and watch the people go by. Or, go to the park and join a frisbee game. If you're overloaded on sights and pubs, Dun Laoghaire is a great place to take a vacation from your vacation.

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Dec 18, 2005


DunLaoghaire located on the Southside....this serves all ferries to the UK.........nice place good sea walks...theres a big shopping centre/mall located in the town.

Located along the DART/train line

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Apr 05, 2004

Dun Laoghaire rhymes with 'run, deary'

The town of Dun Laoghaire is more than just a ferry terminal. Walk around the town, and don't miss People's Park.

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Aug 13, 2006
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