Flying from New York to Ireland
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Which airport in New York is it best to fly out of to get to Ireland?
Considering spending Christmas in Lake Placid New York
Hi myself and my family are thinking about spending Christmas in Lake Placid NY . Flying from Ireland to Boston and then driving up to Lake Placid. Is there a danger of snowbound roads or are they generally kept reasonably clear. Any thoughts on Lake Placid for Christmas. Thanking you in advance.
Billy Joel at Madison square gardens
Hi all, Planning on taking my wife on a surprise trip to New York to see her favourite artist Billy Joel, Just wandering about the layout in Madison square gardens ticket price wise, It is going to cost me a fortune flying from Ireland and including the hotel stay , Is view ok from all seats, A...
Ireland to New York with Norwegian
Hi all,I'm thinking of flying with Norwegian International Airlines between Dublin, Ireland and Stewart International. They're really cheap, but I'd appreciate some reviews/advice!Can anyone help?!Thanks in advance.DB
When to book our flight?
We are flying to New York on October 27th next year for 10 nights. I have been watching flights for the past few weeks and they are €530pp round trip.I checked today and they have gone up €44 I wonder should I book now or wait? Do flights go up and down regularly? It's our first tim...
Aer Lingus to New York - immigration in Ireland
I am looking at flying to New York from the UK - via Aer Lingus. Now the flight stops in Ireland - and was wondering wether you can do the immigration in Ireland - it's something i have read on here before. I ask because last few times i have been to New York - immigration has been an absol...
Restaurant before proposing
Hi, My Girlfriend and I are flying from Ireland to New York in December for what she thinks is a sightseeing/shopping trip, whereas I'm planning to propose to her! I'm looking for a really nice restaurant for us to go to for dinner (and brandy's!) before I pluck up the courage to do this on the...
12 pubs of New York
A relatively new tradition in Ireland is to do the 12 pubs of Christmas, i.e. go to twelve different pubs and have 12 drinks. Every year around Christmas you will see thousands of people going around Dublin doing it.Anyway, my wife and I are flying into New York next week and we want to 12...
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