Tuesday, January 01, 2008

Traveling to New York and Dublin

New York is a state in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern regions of the United States and it is the country's third most populous state. Being such a populous metropolitan city, there is always something hip and exciting happening. For example the city is all set and ready to welcome the New Year with much festivity and celebrations at their NYC Restaurant Week Winter 2008, the City’s signature dining program that features three-course prix-fixed dining at more than 200 restaurants. There is also the line up of the New York Jewish Film Festival or the Outsider Art Fair and if you fancy the outdoors, go for a ride at the Pond at Bryant Park, Central Park’s Wollman Rink, the Rockefeller Center Rink (see photo), the World’s Fair Skating Rink, War Memorial Skating Rink or Kate Wollman Rink in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. Please check the competitive hotels and accommodation rates here: http://www.easytobook.com/en/new-york-hotels/

Dublin Castle

Dublin is the largest city in Ireland and the capital of the Republic of Ireland. It is located near the midpoint of Ireland's east coast, at the mouth of the River Liffey and at the center of the Dublin Region. At http://www.easytobook.com, you can find much tourists information and guide to some of the popular attractions in Dublin. This city has been dubbed City of Living Culture because the city is filled with museums, art galleries, castles and cathedrals. You can find out about attractive rates here: http://www.easytobook.com/en/dublin-hotels/

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