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Dublin Pizza: 35 best places to eat pizza in Dublin City

There is so much variety of pizza restaurants in Dublin it is often hard to choose. If there is one food that I had to choose to eat for the rest of my life it is pizza. With so many varieties of pizza, you can never be bored with this diverse dish. Having lived in Dublin for nearly two years now, I have scouted out some of the best places for Pizza around the city. Everyone has their favourite pizza ...
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Nems: A beautiful authentic Spanish Tapas Restaurant, Sitges Spain

During my weeks holidays in Sitges, I went for a lovely tapas meal in Nems Restaurant This unassuming restaurant is upstairs on a quiet side-street in the town center of Sitges We arrived with no booking and thankfully we were offered seats at the bar. The menu had a small range of tapas, there was not a huge selection, however, the items on the menu were excellent. As well as the tapas you would expect on the menu such as Bravas ...
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Wait for your USA flight in style at the 51st and Green Lounge, Dublin Airport

I was really excited to be travelling to the USA for the first time this year. I flew from Dublin to New York in April and like most typical Irish people I got to the airport extremely early. When I say early my flight was due to depart at 10.45am. I decided without knowing how long it would take to go through the pre-clearance and wanting to look around the shops I should get there at 6AM!! Thankfully because I got there ...
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Why Ireland is the greatest place to visit on your travels

The first thing a non-irish person thinks of when you mention Ireland will usually be, Leprechaun’s, potatoes, and Guinness. Yes, there are many Irish people who enjoy a pint of Guinness now and again. Yes, Irish people do eat a lot of potatoes for breakfast, lunch and most definitely dinner. No, Leprechaun’s don’t exist. But in fairness, we have not done much to curb those myths and in fact, probably have accelerated them.   Ireland is more than these three ...
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10 things you didn’t know about Warsaw, Poland

When I was invited by the Warsaw Tourism Board to visit their city I jumped at the opportunity to explore a place I had never been to before. I knew very little about Warsaw before my visit and I was excited to learn more about this city. Here are some of the things you may not know about Warsaw which after reading you will be organising your next city break to Warsaw. Chopin Pride Did you know that Chopin was ...
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10 things to do in the quaint town of Antibes: A Guide

Antibes is an old town between Nice and Cannes. It is very accessible by train or by bus, it is a lovely day trip if you are staying in one of these cities. During my stay in the neighbouring town of Juan Le Pins, I spent a lot of time in Antibes.   If you want to find out more about things to do in the South Of France click here How to get there From Nice take the Cannes train ...
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My delicious dinner at Pilgrims Restaurant, Roscarbery, West Cork

I recently planned a visit to the beautiful town of Roscarbery and decided to have a meal in the famous Pilgrims Restaurant. This place is so popular you need to book several weeks in advance. I am usually never this organised however I managed to remember to make a reservation at Pilgrims Restaurant well in advance before my trip (about two months!!!) The Menu What is unique about this restaurant is that the menu changes every day to fit in ...