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2015 Apple Vacations Europe

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1 5 The Croke Park Hotel 2 6 The Fitzwilliam Hotel 3 5 Harrington Hall 4 5 Maldron Hotel Cardiff Lane* 5 5 O'Callaghan Stephens Green* 6 6 The Shelbourne Dublin, a Renaissance Hotel P O P U L A R C I T Y T O U R S • Connemara and Galway Bay Train Tour – 14 hours • Two-Day Dublin Pass * Visit for detailed hotel, program, and tour information, and for photos and descriptions of hotels not featured in this brochure. Tours are operated by local independent suppliers and subject to change without notice. The Shelbourne Dublin, a Renaissance Hotel Harrington Hall The Fitzwilliam Hotel The Croke Park Hotel 6 5 6 5 235 rooms. Rooms have mini-bar, Free bottled water, coffee maker/tea service, safe (fee), robes, slippers, iPod docking station, Free WiFi, LED TV. • 24-hour room service • Three restaurants • Bar • 24-hour concierge • Health club • Spa • Free shoeshine 29 rooms. Rooms have tea/coffee hospitality tray, hair dryer, and TV. • Bars and beer garden next door at Harcourt Hotel • Free WiFi in public areas 128 rooms. Rooms have a mini-bar, coffee/tea facilities, safe, robes, slippers, Free WiFi, and satellite TV. • Includes a traditional Irish breakfast • 24-hour room service • Three restaurants • Bar • Free WiFi 232 a/c rooms. Rooms have mini- bar, tea/coffee making facilities, safe, Free WiFi, and flat screen TV. • 24-hour room service • Sideline Bistro & Bar • Outdoor BBQ with heated terrace • Private dining available • Free WiFi in public areas In a land of hyperbole and folklore, the Emerald Isle's nickname for Dublin, "The Fair City," is a pronounced understatement. Exuberant, bustling and beautiful, it's impossible not to fall in love with the preserved castles, meticulously curated museums, magnificent cathedrals, Georgian architecture, and the fun-loving, indomitable spirit of Ireland's capital. Warm smiles, wool sweaters and great Guinness aren't the only things to reminisce about—the shopping, dining, nightlife and theater scene are equally memorable. Evenings come alive with dance and live music in the city's characteristic pubs, and the friendly craic comes free. Trinity College, St. Patrick's Cathedral and the National Gallery are only a hop away from the Ha'Penny Bridge, but true adventure lies just beyond the city, in the sheep-strewn hills of a verdant countryside. D U B L I N 21 D U B L I N St. Stephen's Green Merrion Square St. Patrick's Park Iveagh Garden R. Liffey Fenian St. College Green Hill St. Wilton Ter. Upper Hatch St. Cliffe St. Whitworth Br. Parnell Square Butt Br. Talbot Mem. Br. Mountjoy Square Mespil Rd. Tem p l e Bar Constit u ti o n H i l l S u m m erhi ll Pearse Station Tara St. Station Custom House Trinity College National Museums Dublin Castle Christ Church Cathedral Saint Brendan's Hospital 2 4 5 1 3 6 N N N N M A L A H I D E C A S T L E

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