Kids Travel Free on Dublin’s Luas, Aer Lingus Offers Meal Upgrades, and Guinness Bribes People with Free Pints
Here’s a bit of good news for those traveling to Dublin through April of this year. The LUAS (city centre’s light rail line) invites two children to travel for free with a paid adult ticket. So if your family happens to be there for St Paddy’s Day or a spring holiday, hop on board.
Here’s a link to the news item: www.thejournal.ie/kids-travel-free-on-the-luas-for-next-three-months-777804-Jan2013/
Meanwhile, Aer Lingus will begin offering upgraded meals on transatlantic flights. The fancier offering comes with wine and a €17.50/$24 price tag.
And the Guinness Storehouse has announced a program for The Gathering. They’re asking people to sign on as Gathering Ambassadors at Ireland’s most popular tourist destination. It’s not clear what these ambassadors are supposed to do, but ther brewery did confirm that a complimentary pint will be waiting.
Oh, and there’s free wifi in Dublin: www.rte.ie/news/2013/0131/365427-dublin-city-centre-wifi/