[Dub-pm] Call for Venue: First tech meeting of Dublin.pm

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Fri Sep 3 23:38:52 CDT 2004

It's been awhile since I've been back in Dublin but
that pub off the [north] side of Trinity was ok when I
went there. It's where the students go on breaks I
think. Can't remember the name of it as I was only
there once. 

And then there's the Foggy Dew, if it's still there.
Jeez I would'nt mind a pint back in Dublin. :p   lol
although you might want to pick one with a beer garden
these days if you smoke. Not sure which ones have beer


--- Dave O Connor <doc at redbrick.dcu.ie> wrote:

> Paul Mc Auley said on Thu, Sep 02, 2004 at
> 01:24:58PM +0100:
> > The reachability issue does raise the question as
> to whether the ideal
> > venue should be within reasonable walking distance
> of the city centre.
> > 
> > I seem to recall HEAnet being out Ballsbridge way,
> which is a fair stretch
> > of the legs if you aren't heading home that way.
> It's reasonable enough if you want to bus or DART
> it. But yeah, town is, in
> general, a happy medium for people.
> Are there any good pubs, with say, a 20-or-so person
> private function room
> that they hire out?
>     - DoC
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