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Aer Lingus flies direct to both San Francisco and LAX, with pre-clearance in Dublin airport. It takes just under 11 hours. It will take you about an hour to fly between LAX and San Francisco. See More
Hi Kelly,George's Street Arcade is an old Victorian redbrick covered market dating from 1881, it's worth a look for the variety of stalls and most are very reasonably priced with second-hand bookshops and record shops along with many other specialist... See More
Hi Kelly,Dublin has all of the usual chains: Conrad, Hilton, Ritz Carlton etc. We also have a number of nice boutique hotels. When you mention "touristy" and "best" in the same sentence I'm assuming that you want a nice hotel in a touristy area? Do y... See More
Hi Kelly,Generally speaking in Irish pubs there is no expectation of a tip, even in Dublin. I make an exception when a waiter/waitress brings drink to my table or when there's food involved. For a couple of drinks delivered to your table I would reco... See More
Hi Bernard,Take a look at gigsalad, it's a site for booking bands and musicians - you can select the type of musician you want and they will quote you a price. Here's a link: https://www.gigsalad.com/Solo-Musicians/All/GA/RomeGood luck See More
Hi Boris,We stayed in Verona a couple of years ago and, as it was a special occasion, we booked 2 nights in La Corte di Guilietta, a couple of suites overlooking the courtyard containing Juliet's balcony. It was a little more expensive than we would ... See More
...scenery and beautiful white beaches. The Beara Peninsula is also stunning and pretty unspoilt. One of my favourite places to go is Burren in Co. Clare where you can take a boat out to see the Cliffs of Moher and drive through the Burren... See More
Your budget should be fine in Europe for 15 days. Paris is one of the great cities for art, culture, food and scenery. I would also consider Rome Florence and Sienawhich are relatively close together and are easily connected by train. All three are b... See More
Hi Joshua,There's so much to see and do in Dublin that you could spend a month here and still not see it all. We are lucky that our city has mountains and sea on its doorstep and is steeped in culture too. You'll probably want to visit Trinity Colleg... See More
...worth exploring for a couple of days. A short detour from Dublin will take you into the Dublin and Wicklow Mountains and Glendalough Wicklow mountainsGlendalough You could also venture off the motorway to visit Enniskillen which is a nice place to stop... See More