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MOVING TO DUBLIN
 
# 1 : Tuesday 26-7-2016 @ 16:15
 
 
AMERICAN COUPLE PLANNING TO EMIGRATE TO DUBLIN. LOOKING FOR ADVICE ABOUT THE BEST NEIGHBORHOODS/VILLAGES IN DUBLIN. NOT NECESSARILY 'GAY' NEIGHBORHOODS, BUT NEIGHBORHOODS THAT ARE GAY FRIENDLY OR GAY TOLERANT. NEIGHBORHOODS WHERE A GAY COUPLE WOULD FEEL COMFORTABLE AND SAFE.
WE ARE ALSO LOOKING FOR PROPERTY NEAR A PARK FOR EXERCISE AND DOG WALKING. AND OF COURSE, WOULD LIKE GREAT RESTAURANTS AND SHOPPING. NOT NECESSARILY IN THE CENTER, BUT WOULD PREFER NOTHING TOO 'SUBURBAN'.
ANY IDEAS.
WITH THANKS, MICHAEL
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# 2 : Tuesday 26-7-2016 @ 16:26
 
 
Dublin 8.

Depends how much money you have.
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# 3 : Tuesday 26-7-2016 @ 16:34
 
 
Are you entitled to live in Ireland?
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# 4 : Tuesday 26-7-2016 @ 16:58
 
 
YES. I'M AN EU MEMBER.
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# 5 : Tuesday 26-7-2016 @ 17:02
 
 
THANKS. ALL AREAS OF DUBLIN 8? I KNOW PORTOBELLO AND THAT'S ABOUT IT.
LOOKING AT A HOUSE IN DUBLIN 7 ON INCHEMORE ROAD NEAR WAR MEMORIAL GARDENS.
NEVER HEARD OF THIS AREA. THOUGHTS?
THANKS AGAIN. M
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# 6 : Tuesday 26-7-2016 @ 17:27
 
 
Inchicore and South Circular roads seem o/k, others would know better, though i'd avoid the areas south of the canal, Drimnagh etc:
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# 7 : Tuesday 26-7-2016 @ 17:32
 
 
Someone said :
Inchicore and South Circular roads seem o/k, others would know better, though i'd avoid the areas south of the canal, Drimnagh etc:

Why would you avoid Drimnagh? Same as Inchicore really.
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# 8 : Tuesday 26-7-2016 @ 17:34
 
 
Awful experience for me and many others with feral youth along the Luas line there, they are the residue of O'Devany gardens,though it's possible that the situation has improved over the years but I would not count on it.
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# 9 : Tuesday 26-7-2016 @ 17:46
 
 
Thanks for the input. What about Stoneybatter...if I'm spelling it correctly. I was told it was an up and coming area?
And if you're living in places as far as Blackrock for instance, are you just too far from the center?
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# 10 : Tuesday 26-7-2016 @ 17:55
 
 
What's wrong with the REAL capital of Ireland, Cork like?
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# 11 : Tuesday 26-7-2016 @ 17:57
 
 
Don't really know Cork. Probably more sun. But less theater and arts?
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# 12 : Tuesday 26-7-2016 @ 17:59
 
 
Someone said :
Don't really know Cork. Probably more sun. But less theater and arts?

Cork is very Arty, plenty of drawings everywhere and an opera house.
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# 13 : Tuesday 26-7-2016 @ 18:04
 
 
Stoneybatter, a really great spot, worth checking out.
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# 14 : Tuesday 26-7-2016 @ 21:48
 
 
I second Stonybatter. It's still a slightly 'gritty' neighbourhood but is quite cool and is up and coming, as you say.
Otherwise, Rathmines and Ranelagh might be to your taste. Portobello is lovely too. Blackrock is nice but a little bit far from the city centre maybe. Another option is Grand Canal Dock and the new apartments in the docklands near the IFSC and also the convention centre, if you like modern trendy. Ashtown is near the Phoenix Park but is a bit far from the cc, though there is a rail line. Good luck choosing!
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# 15 : Tuesday 26-7-2016 @ 21:54
 
 
Someone said :
YES. I'M AN EU MEMBER.

Actually can't believe you're leaving New York.

You're mad.
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