Ciara Dunne tweetz:
I actually almost died when I saw that the Trinity Ball tickets are €91. Ninety. One. Euro. To see The Coronas like. I saw them about 87 times in DCU [Dublin City University] for free 10 years ago…
Original Banksy up for auction in Dublin on the 12th November. On display from Friday 9th to Monday 12th at the RHA, Ely Place, D2. Guiding 30k-40k
The Celtic Tiger seems to be alive and well at the Insomnia Bar in Spar at the corner of Georges Street and Dame Street [Dublin 2], where a large regular tea (one tea bag) yesterday cost €2.40.
Frequented by a large number of tourists, this price will certainly bring back word to the rest of Europe, that Ireland has recovered and is open for business…
A ‘Large Tea’ set me back €2.70 in roscommmon town the other day!
— Midsummer (@Midsummer1984) August 16, 2018
The first (?) seven euro pint brazenly served at Bruxelles, Harry Street, Dublin 2 on Saturday night/Sunday morning.
Seán Doyle writes:
Kevin Jenkinson writes:
Prices have bean taking-off latte-ly at at at Dublin Airport café where a takeaway coffee is €3.75, incl that sweet 9% VAT rate!
Kevin O’Connor writes:
Was in a pub in Kilcolgan [County Galway] this morning and there were a couple of receipts from a pub in Temple Bar for 8 quid pints framed above the urinal.
Not sure if it was a disgruntled tourist or a warning from the publican…