Donnybrook vs Wexford
- 2 bedrooms
- tiny bedrooms
- tiny kitchen
- patch of decking as a garden
- no parking
- no room to extend
- nightmare to get anywhere when there's a match on in the Aviva
- 5 ready to go self-catering units including an 18th century stone cut cottage (11 bedrooms in total)
- 1 acre of land
- currently used as a successful self catering enterprise with 5 star rated profile on Booking.com
- €15k cheaper
- Wexford is deadly
What are your thoughts?
The Cuauhtémoc, carrying 257 crew, slipped into Dublin Port on the penultimate stop of her five month tour of North America and Europe.
The pride of the Mexican navy, named after the last Aztec emperor, is a three rigged training ship which is almost 78 metres long and 45 metres high and is one of the tallest ships in the world.
In the background you can see the Samuel Beckett Bridge. The shape of the spar and its cables is said to evoke an image of a harp lying on its edge. The harp being the national symbol for Ireland from as early as the thirteenth century.
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1.Take a tour of Malahide Castle, re-opened October 2012 after major refurbishment, new interactive exhibition and project centre.
2.Visit the Castle Gardens, renowned garden and plantsman's paradise, over 5000 rare species, beautiful carpets of cyclamen under the Lebanese Cedar on the West Lawn in early autumn.
3.Avoca in the Courtyard, enjoy tea, coffee and homemade cakes or a light lunch either indoor or outside in the pretty pergola leading on to the garden or browse their famous home-wares, clothing and gift shop.
4.Blow the cobwebs away with a bracing walk and admire the mature trees throughout the 450 acres of parklands, which remain much the same as they have always been for the last 800 years.
5.Let the kids loose in the Castle Playground.
6.Take a stroll around the pretty village of Malahide, with its smart shops (the Village Bookshop on Townyard Lane is particularly delightful) bars, restaurants and marina.
7.Have a 'grand' carvery lunch or afternoon tea in the Grand Hotel, good old fashioned luxury with a modern twist.I would highly recommend the silver service luncheon in the restaurant for sunday lunch or a special occasion.
8 .Drive the coastal route out around by Portmarnock strand and Golf Club to Sutton Village.
9.Take a left to drive out to Howth Harbour, have a walk along the pier, or enjoy any of the many great seafood restaurants out there.
10.Or veer right, back into Dublin to visit St Anne's Park and its famous rose garden, the Casino at Marino or a stroll on Dollymount Strand.
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Do you know what gives me anxiety? The fact that it is 90F+ outside and all these damn stores have pumpkins and sweaters and other fall decorations. LET 👏 A 👏 WOMEN 👏BREATHE 👏
Nothing gets this white girl more excited than fall, BUT I cannot be thinking about scarves and cinnamon and salted caramel when I sweat buckets every time I step out of my home. You feel me? ⠀⠀
Picture of the ever-growing Dublin skyline.
We are on site tomorrow in Naas photographing our latest show homes with Cairn Homes and we can’t wait! Photo from the living area in our Ashbourne show apartment we completed a few months back. #byNORTHDESIGN
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Robbed from Citywest, Dublin in the early hours of Tuesday 10th Sept. Spotted in Brooke view, Tallaght that afternoon.
Was up for sale on done deal that evening but ad was removed.
We were notified that it was back up on done deal last night.
Please keep an eye out and contact me or the Guards if you spot it.