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if it is with the same company and you don’t have to re check you baggage then I don’t see any problems, but you have to be aware that they might be delays do weather or others conditions, if you have to re check your baggage I find it pretty difficult so I would advise you against unless the airline takes responsibility for you to be on time or else send ...
American Airlines for Dublin checkin suggest 3 hours and close at 1:15 before departure. I cut it a little fine, arriving just over 1.5 hours before departure, spent a few mins in duty free before heading to pre-clearance, and they were announcing pre-boarding when I got to the gate! The entrance to the pre-clearance area isn't that far from the main ...
Irish Ferries operates a bus from Bus Áras. It's very infrequent but apparently it's in accordance with the ferry timetable. Edit: the bus takes 15 minutes between Bus Áras and the Ferryport. The 747 stops at Talbot Street, Talbot Place about 150m from the bus station. According to timetable it takes 30 minutes. Obviously traffic can change this.
If you buy items at the Dublin Airport duty-free, ask the staff to place your items in a sealed bag. They should do this automatically for any liquid purchases. You will be allowed to take this bag through security, but it must remain sealed until you arrive at your destination. All liquid, gel and paste purchases will be placed in a clear plastic Travel ...
Aer Lingus suggests to head for pre-clearance no later than 90 minutes before the flight. This could be a good initial indicator to be adjusted depending on experience. Quoting from their website: After check-in, passengers on these flights should follow airport signage for the US pre-clearance facility. The entrance to the US pre-clearance facility is ...
Winterfell was actually filmed in two locations, Castle Ward in Northern Ireland for the majority of the filming, and Doune Castle in Scotland for the pilot episode. It's only an hour's drive south east from Belfast. There aren't any other useful ways to get there other than the tours themselves.
The Dublin Winterfell tour is €55. They give out free cloaks and you even get to meet the real direwolves from seasons 1 and 2. See www.gameofthronestours.com.
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