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I have to go to Dublin next tuesday and this time I'm bringing a car ( Fabrica Italiana Automobili Torino ) so need a place to park her in or near The Gresham , not worried about it as its only the VAN not the Alfa , but will walk a bit (only if I have to !!!) so was wondering is there parking anywhere near that doesnt close at 6 pm sharp , and doesnt cost my arm and one of those legs that may have to walk !!!!! as i may be at the meeting till 7 or 8 pm . No non paler's need reply


And please note that due to my lack of interest in walking I would prefer nearer than farther and as I'm from CARK , I'm a tight git

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The parnell centre car park at the back of the cinema on parnell street has a daily rate of 12 yoyos.
Though surely the gresham has some deal with the Qpark behind it. Id see what they can do for ye.
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The parnell centre car park at the back of the cinema on parnell street has a daily rate of 12 yoyos.
Though surely the gresham has some deal with the Qpark behind it. Id see what they can do for ye.
That's where I park. The rate is 13.50 the whole day or 2.70 per hr. But go on their website parkrite.ie and check "value parking offers" and they gave a PDF file (voucher) which is 5 euro all day parking.

If you're going in late, from 6 or 7 pm the payment is 6 euro no mater how long you stay, until next morning at 8 am. Check their website and you'll find out.


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..this is the handiest dermo, and the nicest if you're into carparks . bit pricey though, unless you're getting some sort of deal;

Park at Dublin - carpark Q-Park Clerys
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Much appreciated lads thanks for that , IS the air up there the same as in CARK
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Much appreciated lads thanks for that , IS the air up there the same as in CARK
Even better! HAHA!

Sure give us a shout bhoy!
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Much appreciated lads thanks for that , IS the air up there the same as in CARK
leave the van in Bray, then walk up to Dublin, so you can take the time to accommodate...
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Even better! HAHA!

Sure give us a shout bhoy!
If your in the city tuesday am that itll be grand i might even buy you a coffee ! give you a buzz when i'm on the way into dublin

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leave the van in Bray, then walk up to Dublin, so you can take the time to accommodate...
As you can see from my post I dont do walking , I get a car to get to my car
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Did someone mention coffee ?
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Ok Ok I'll buy you coffee too , if youre around
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Don't think I will be around, but be sure to buy 2 coffees for Rory then
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Hi Dermo when I have to go into town in the work Van i stick to loading bays, there is no time limit in the city centre you could leave it in one all day. I always park in the one on Abbey street which is right on the corner of Abbey st and O'Connell street.
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Hey not a bad idea , are you sure , I thought the was a 30 minute stop time in them ?
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no, there are many things that distinguish Dublin from the rest of the Country Dermo and one of the good things from our point of view is that everywheredown the country has stupid 30 minute loading bays but in 'dublin ALL loading bays have no limit, if anybody can tell me where there is one that has a limit spit it out, I'll go around and pull down the sign.
When you come onto O'Connell st from the quays the first crossroads is Abbey street. Supermacs and Clarkes are on the corners, go left and immediately on both sides of the street are loading bays, if they are full I just do a loop andcome back around

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Cheers bud , nice one , will you give me a lift to CARK if its gone when I come back
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After 7PM there is free parking around, just check the plates at the parking spaces.

One that I know is the road accross the Ilac where I left you last time, another road is around the Rotunda Hospital, then behind the Gresham there is another one, Thomas Lane I think it's called.
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Another alternative Dermo is to park in the Mad Cow LUAS park and ride and get the luas into O'Connell st. Check their website for daily rates
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[QUOTE=Dermo;3988965]If your in the city tuesday am that itll be grand i might even buy you a coffee ! give you a buzz when i'm on the way into dublin


Think your wallet might be safe (from me) I don't think I'll be around city centre...
23rd really is going to happen eh?
Will catch up before then....
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