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    Admin Julie away on vacation/conference

    Hey guys!

    Just a heads up that I am currently in Dublin, Ireland. So I won't be on NS all that much. I have Internet at the hotel though, so I can check in once or twice a day
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    Re: Admin Julie away on vacation/conference

    I hope you enjoy our lovely city and consistently crappy weather

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    Re: Admin Julie away on vacation/conference

    Quote Originally Posted by daria_103 View Post
    I hope you enjoy our lovely city and consistently crappy weather
    You're from Dublin? That's cool!

    I'm really liking Dublin so far, despite the rainy weather Hehe! Thankfully it's not below zero degrees, so it's possible to do some sightseeing on foot! I might have to return some time and see more of Ireland, don't think I'll have the time this time around
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    Re: Admin Julie away on vacation/conference

    I can't wait for the pictures. Stay safe girl.
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    Re: Admin Julie away on vacation/conference

    Quote Originally Posted by Julie View Post
    You're from Dublin? That's cool!

    I'm really liking Dublin so far, despite the rainy weather Hehe! Thankfully it's not below zero degrees, so it's possible to do some sightseeing on foot! I might have to return some time and see more of Ireland, don't think I'll have the time this time around
    I would highly recommend Kilmainham Goal, I did the tour when I was 11 and 16 years later it's still one of my favourite historical sites in Dublin that I've ever gone to! There are a lot of cool historical spots to see around Dublin though, I hope you'll let us know what you thought of it after your trip I'd be really interested to get a visitors view of my home

    You definitely need a good bit of time to see more of Ireland especially if you're travelling by public transport, our systems can be pretty bad. The best option if you want to see a good bit of the country is probably to just rent a car if you can.

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