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Paul Smyth



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I've travelled widely for many years and have lived in 3 different countries. I've driven extensively around Europe. I'm a keen foodie and love to try the best restaurants wherever I travel.

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ADublin: Doors of Dublin?

You are staying in an ideal place to see the doors of Dublin. A couple of minutes walk from Stephens Green is Merrion Square and Mount Street, probably the most famous area for Dublin doors. Nearby is Fitzwilliam Square another area with lots of Georgian doors. Those 3 locations... See More

ADublin: Airport transportation

There are a number of buses going from the airport to Dublin. It will depend on where you’re staying to decide which is the best bus for you. Buses 747 & 757 are local buses with lots of stops serving different parts of the city. Airccoach services are dedicated... See More

ADublin: Trip to Dublin from the U.S.!

On trips to Dublin you always need plans for when it rains. Apart from some places already mentioned a must- do is the National Museum of Ireland. Others include EPIC the Irish emigration museum, The Little Museum of Dublin, Dublinia. if you get nice weather then take a... See More

ALondon: Need tips on local transportation

The cheapest way to get to Victoria Station​ to Gatwick​ is to go with Easybus. You can then get a bus from Victoria to your hostel.    If travelling by train, don't take the Gatwick Express. It will cost you an arm and a... See More

ACinque Terre: Should I go in January?

Northern Italy​can be surprisingly wet and cold in winter so I wouldn't have big expectations. You could go to Cinque Terre​ and have lovely sunny days or you could have miserable cold wet days. It's a bit of a lottery. My... See More

ADublin: Can I do this

I think the simple answer is that you should be flying on two different tickets. One that goes JFK-LHR-DUB for you and one that goes JFK-LHR for your daughter. See More

ABologna: must see places in Bologna, Italy

I agree with Kemkem's answer. Bologna​ is a fabulous place. One of my favourites in Italy​. She's covered most of the main things to do. However, I disagree with her about the church of Santo Stefano di Magra.... See More

ALondon: Turbulence when traveling to London

I used to be a nervous flyer but the more I've flown the more comfortable I've become. I've flown back and forwards over the Atlantic for over 30 years and have never experienced bad turbulence. Occasional mild turbulence can happen but it will usually only... See More

ARome: 3 nights in Rome for girlfriends birthday, let's make is special!

Given the occasion and that budget is not a constraint then they have to dine at La Pergola​. It's the only Michelin 3-star restaurant in Rome and is a fantastic experience. The restaurant has an amazing terrace on a hill overlooking Rome. It is one... See More

AItaly: Siena to Cinque Terre

Jane I think you have the balance wrong. If you were to stay anywhere for 6 nights then it should be Rome. Even then you will only be able to scratch the surface of one of the world's great cities. 6 nights in Siena is way too long IMHO. One or two nights is plenty.... See More

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