dc3 wrote:There are copies of the printed programme for the European Heritage Days events 2008 available in the NITB Office in Dublin should any be interested, or en route to IKEA for some retail therapy.
(Or a reflection on why an IKEA can be added to Belfast with only dual carriage way access while Dublin needs an enhanced M50 to do the same) .
Being NI, a lot of places are closed on the Sunday:mad::mad:
wearnicehats wrote:Expecting somewhere to be open on a Sunday is as inflexible as the closing of the places in the first place.
(my emphasis) wrote:On Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th September. European Heritage Open Day will come to you in Northern Ireland. During this weekend , you will be given the opportunity to explore venues and grounds that are normally closed to the public.
ctesiphon wrote:I see your point, but the event is advertised as covering the weekend:
That quoted statement is patently false.
johnglas wrote:Gosh - open for two days in a row! Think of the cost! We'll have to count the bawbees!