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Q: Does it ever stop raining in Ireland?
A: Statistically, YES! On average, there are 129 rain days in Dublin per year which leaves 236 days that should be dry. Lies, damned lies, and statistics!

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Lois Ronberg says:
"Dublin is a ''cracker'' of a place. The Irish 'crack' is welcoming from the moment you step into the city. I went on my own so could explore it as my leisure - and I did. Loved Dublin Castle tour where they still hold meetings of international note today, there are to cathedrals near to each other - has to be unique in a city that! Shopping is good, little side streets add to the experience; saw a street urchins fight in one of these and have to say it soured the visit just a touch. Dublin is picturesque on the banks of the Liffey (I think it' called!) and a day or two spent holidaying here was truly memorable. It's a good base for seeing other parts on day trips on either the trains or buses.... get some Irish 'crack' into your life - visit Dublin and bask in the friendliness all around."
Aminuddin Baharudin says:
"Dublin is a rather interesting place. I have been there once with my whole family. Although the place itself is high-class with expensive food and clothes, it is a truly interesting experience to be there. The Bank of Ireland is a good example... the architecture of the whole building is a masterpiece! So remember, Dublin is a nice place to relax and experience something new, but be ready to face the high prices."
steph welsh says:
"I must say I was disappointed with Dublin in that it was expensive to eat and drink out but also that I met more other nationalities than those of the Emerald Isle. If I was to go again I would probably recommend travelling outside of the city to experience the true Ireland."

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