On Sat, 7 Feb 2004, R Pieper wrote:
> Date: Sat, 7 Feb 2004 17:34:11 -0800
> From: R Pieper <r at r.russbo.com>
> To: ilug at linux.ie> Subject: [ILUG] flying pinguin
>> I have lived in Los Angeles California for the past 5 years. I just boug=
> a ticket to Dublin and will arrive on Monday. I am interested in finding=
> good, not too pricy place to stay there that has internet. Any suggestio=
>> I am further interested in attending or speaking at any LUGs that might m=
> during the week of Feb. 9.
ILUG doesn't have regular formal meetings although there was a POTD (Pint
of the Day) meetup last Friday in a Dublin pub which is alway a good
> I haven't booked my connecting flight to D=FCsseldorf yet nor do I have t=
> immediately be anywhere so I have lots of flexibility and would like to g=
> to know this city. I have heard nice things about Ireland and would like=
Some accomodation listings courtesy of last years Gnome Users and
Developers European Conference (GUADEC)
If you want to the see the Book of Kells in Trinity College and are
extremely short of money and look like an avergage backpacker you can even
try asking a student to take you in for free. Students that have their ID
card are allowed take two geusts for free to see the Book of Kells.
Museums and galleries are almost all free if you are looking for other
things to see on the cheap.
I'm also looking for an excuse to go to the Porter House again (they brew
their own beers, as does Messrs Maguires which is much more spacious and a
favoured haunt of ILUG).
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