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Holiday Villas Equal Happier Travels

[ Monday, 22nd June 2009 ]

Bypass the stressful tourist crowds and crazed itineraries with your own holliday villa. Experience a travel hotspot the way you'd like to experience it and uplift your traveler blues. Check out Holiday Homes Direct's wide seletion of villa holidays with over 1400 properties around the world!


A FAMILY DAY OUT !

[ Wednesday, 27th May 2009 ]

From August 5 - 9, the Discover Ireland Dublin Horse Show will take over the entire RDS complex in the heart of Dublin. It is a great day out for all the family with kids' entertainment, live music and magic shows, pony rides in the Kid's Zone, a petting zoo and creepy crawlies display in the Nature Zone. Family tickets are available and there is a special discount for family tickets on the Sunday of the Show.


Aer Lingus to cut winter flights

[ Friday, 15th May 2009 ]

Aer Lingus is cutting flights out of Belfast and Dublin this winter as it attempts to cope with the economic downturn and a fall in passengers.


Experience some of the best surf in the world!

[ Friday, 17th April 2009 ]

Ireland has become increasingly popular as a surfing destination. The Irish coastline offers one of the most beautiful surfing backdrops in the Northern hemisphere, if not the world. For the past few years, the world’s amateur surfers and best professionals have flocked to surf here! Ireland is blessed with a great selection of quality surf spots and some really uncrowded areas. The best time to surf in Ireland is during September to May when the swells are plentiful. With luxurious accommodation available from only €30 per person per week, why not grab your wetsuit before it’s too late!


No Frontiers - Lanzarote

[ Sunday, 15th March 2009 ]

Travel writer Fionn Davenport checks out three different self-catering options in the Canary Islands.


What is Building Energy Rating?

[ Tuesday, 10th March 2009 ]

A BER gives an objective scale of comparison for the energy demand and performance of a building. It is described as a kilometres per litre rating for a car or the A to G rating for an electrical appliance. It will allow prospective buyers or tenants to factor energy performance and costs into their comparison of different properties and into their ultimate decision. It should also enable self-builders to make amendments at design stage to improve the energy efficiency of their home.


Hassle free parking at Dublin Airport & get your car washed for FREE!

[ Wednesday, 18th February 2009 ]

Meet & Greet parking service have been available at airports throughout the world for many years and it is now available in Dublin.


Important New Regulations for travelling to the United States

[ Monday, 5th January 2009 ]

From January 12th, 2009, all travellers entering the United States with passports from Visa Waiver Programme countries will be required to obtain travel authorisation in advance.


Visit the Algarve in Portugal

[ Wednesday, 10th December 2008 ]

Situated in the extreme southerly part of this beautiful country, The Algarve in Portugal was the last area to be conquered from the Moors by the Portuguese king in 1292. Traces of the Moorish presence are still seen in its unique architecture - terraces, chimneys and whitewashed houses.


Peaks take practice

[ Sunday, 2nd November 2008 ]

Liadan Hynes isn't the youngest novice skier, but experts at Les Arcs gladly help


Ski childcare

[ Tuesday, 30th September 2008 ]

There are a few childcare options when you are going on a family ski holiday with the family and much will depend on your budget, the age of the children and your personal preferences. Childcare for babies, toddlers and children too young to ski in ski resorts can take many forms including formal programmes


Five Best: European Theme Parks

[ Tuesday, 26th August 2008 ]

Five Best: European Theme Parks 1. SIAM PARK, Tenerife 2. Disneyland Resort, Paris, France 3. Legoland, Denmark 4. Walibi, Belgium 5. Europa Park, Germany


Rebirth of an Island

[ Saturday, 19th July 2008 ]

The Balearic island gained fame in the 1990s as hedonism headquarters, but authorities are now trying to keep a lid on the party. Hugh Linehan found plenty to keep his young children entertained and Tony Clayton-Lea found it a happy, safe family spot


OverseasCafe.com, a virtual cafe for overseas property buyers

[ Wednesday, 18th June 2008 ]

Ireland's first one-stop online resource for overseas property enthusiasts will enable users to browse thousands of properties for sale in Europe, the Middle East, the USA, Russia and Asia; and to list and sell privately owned property in any overseas market.


25 great Irish days out

[ Sunday, 18th May 2008 ]

From riding the Atlantic surf to exploring Kerry's mysterious caves, Pól Ó Conghaile reveals the best things to do this summer.


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