With the hi-tech revolution, Dublin has been revitalized and has a new youthful, international vitality.
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Female: Enjoy pleasant walks along the River Liffey, soaking some rich literally history, catch up with some all political friends or try a pub or two. While you’re here don’t be surprise by the modern transformation of what many called Europe’s friendly city.
Today on city by city we visit Dublin, a one time by co settlement now a like with friendly cafes, world class restaurants, design a boutiques and a youthful international vitality.
Starting with an excellent central location on views of St. Stephen Green, the Hotel Fitzwilliam is sure to please, friendly reception, elegant contemporary design and easy going sophistication.
Enjoy cozy Irish warm for having drink at the bar or a wonderful meal at their acclaimed restaurant, Thornton’s.
Step outside and you’re right in the middle of the action. Shopping on Grafton Street minutes from the historical Trinity College in Dublin’s fame night life area, Temple Bar.
Real lavish, rejoice. It’s time to explore some fine local beverages at the Porter House Brewing Company, aiming to resurrect the rich brewing heritage of Ireland this micro brewery has five outpost surround town. One of which was in Temple Bar.
Dan Garret: We brew here nine beers—with three stores here. We’ve been in operation here since May of 1996, and we have now five premises, three in Dublin, one in—and one in London.
Female: You’ll find the variety of the finest sweet beers, stouts and laguers from all over the world, but make sure to focus on the delicious local brewed. The pub is run by beer enthusiasts who search out the finest ingredients for the recipes with the tender care just taste the love.
At Chapter One Restaurant full out to the bar and enjoy an Irish café or settle in for some of the best food in town with an emphasis on local organic and artisan products. Shop to one sets outstanding contemporary Irish and spike cuisine with the healthy dose of French influenced. Located in the basement of the Dublin’s Writers Museum where you can find letters and personal artifacts from the likes of Oscar Wilde, Jonathan Swift and James Joyce, the multiple award winning Chapter One his atmosphere to spare.
Martin Corbett: And we’re here in the ground floor of the Writers Museum just house here the former home of Jonathan, the whiskey maker.
Female: Time to heat the cobble stoned streets of the Temple Bar street, where you’ll find an interesting cast of characters and plenty of youthful vitality.
Angi Cripse: I’d like to welcome you to the front lounge in Dublin. There your eclectic and diverse venue where you’ll find a huge range of entertainment activities and excellent service.
Female: Duke into the front lounge and with its young and creative crowd as they say here all the world come and anything goes.
Relax, friendly, open-minded and sometimes out of control the Front Lounge whose nightly activities ranging from DJs to karaoke to chill out songs and even of high spirited debate night all indicating that Dublin has come quite a long way in last decade.
Head down the road and the party continues at Club Boomerang, just one more example of why the Dublin night life has become a European sensation. Finish the night with work out, why not.
James Saxton:` By the Saturday night it’s just it’s really, really busy but it’s good fun. People enjoy themselves. They come out just to escape curfew hours and that’s what we trying to avoid.
Female: See some music, explore the up and coming north side, the rich history and of course more good food, more shopping and more dancing. Do enjoy the chic cosmopolitan energy of this very happening place to be.