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hello, everybody! i'm going to travel around Ireland soon and visit such cities as Limerick, Cork, Galway and Dublin ofcourse) dont...

...wanna spend much money for hotels, so could you suggest some cheap hostels? (errm...up 30 eur per hight, i think..). and one more question: is it hard to cme in ur country with Guest's Visa? i have some friends there, but we r not very close to each other, just worked together..but i think they will be kind to make an invitation for me)

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Hi ! I'm a Couch surfer member so I can host you free if u want !
I live in Clonakilty, west cork (50 km from cork). It's nice area, close to the beach, with lots of things to do !
U can e mail me : and if u want visit my couch surfer profile :
See u !
Well you seem nice enough, judging pictures and see the apartment im staying in is part of a hotel in the city centre, im looking to make some easy cash on here so your welcome to stay here.. airbed or could be bed your choice, if you'd like some where abit nicer than a hostel. im pretty friendly. Upto you. If your wondering anything about me or the apartment just ask
some cheap and good hostels in Dublin centre: Abraham House, Marlborough Hostel, Avalon House, Jacobs Inn, City Bunkhouse and Citi Hostels
some cheap and good hostels in Dublin centre: Abraham House, Marlborough Hostel, Avalon House, Jacobs Inn, City Bunkhouse and Citi Hostels
It is very unlikely that you will find a hotel in any city in Ireland for around €30 per night. The cheapest would be about €50.
The Ibis group of hotels is the best value and there is one in Dublin, Cork and Galway.
is a good site to find accomadation, but for value for money Bed&Breakfast accomadation is the best and there are plenty of B&B's around Ireland

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