May 2015 gave me opportunity to visit one of another beautiful city of Europe “Dublin” Capital of Ireland. Thanks to Phocuswright who had arranged “Travel Innovation Summit”. Like others, I strongly agree with their slogan “Access to a world of Travel Insight” and by attending the conference “Phocuswright Europe”, it absolutely proved as “Now that’s a Bright idea”.
It was great opportunity to meet Travel industry tycoons under one roof. The Travel Innovation Summit Europe, Workshops, Center Stage and lots of well arranged Net Working events had filled the bucket of my mind with lots of useful information and gave full insight about the new revolutions in the travel industry. BIG THANKS TO Tony D’Astolfo
It wouldn’t be fair if I don’t mention “VistaTEC” who had arranged great Net Working afternoon with detailed visit of “Guinness Storehouse”. Thanks to Mark Flanagan and David (Dave) Ruane
Now let’s talk about Dublin. The Convention Centre is located over looking “River Liffey” and the city with medieval buildings, standing since 13th century. Beautiful weather encouraged to walk around the areas like “Trinity College”, “Old Jameson Distillery”, “National Gallery of Ireland” and “National Museum of Ireland”. Great shopping areas like “Connolly Street” but the main attraction for me was “Grafton Street”. Live shows by young talent on the road side with catching all the public attention. Dublin city is full of beautiful Gardens which gives fresh feelings to the eyes. I call it “Young city” since lots of colleges attract students from all over the world.
It’s not easy to forget the scenic beauty of “Howth” which is located on the top of North side of Dublin. While travelling on the Green color train of Dublin, another train journey gave coastal beauty of “Bray”
Yes, still many great places of Dublin were still to be visited but I promised “Dublin” that I will be back next year with more time to spend and enjoy the beauty of the city. #Dublin @VisitDublin #PhocusWright @Phocuswright