Where to Eat in Northern Ireland 2000

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The Republic of Ireland remains largely a Catholic country. Legislation to effectively eliminate the consumption of trans fats (to reach 0% of total energy) could result in approximately 4700 fewer deaths (range: 2500–8800) per year. Train times to be found on timetables at station, you can also get by train to Londonderry/Derry, Ballymena/Ballymoney and Coleraine/Portrush/Castlerock by train also just ask what platform they are departing from trains usually run every hour to Londonderry/derry and to Belfast Great Victoria Street It is also possible to get to Belfast from Dublin Airport 160 km (100 mi) to the south.

Pages: 220

Publisher: Northern Ireland Tourist Board (February 14, 2000)

ISBN: 1861930917

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