Off topic: Dublin accomodation required
Thread poster: blondish

Italian to English
Jul 19, 2008

My daughter who has just got a degree in Italy, is willing to come to Dublin for a couple of months (starting from mid August) in order to improve her rusty English.
Is there anyone who has a spare room to rent or needs an Italian baby- sitter for a couple of months?
Thanks for any help you could give.

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xxxJPW  Identity Verified
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Hi there Blondish Jul 20, 2008

I can't help you with the specifics of finding accommodation in Dublin (I'm in the wrong part of the country), but just be aware that it is very ( = VERY) expensive. As far as I know, there is a centre which is available for 'new arrivals':

They have a version in Italian, so at least it should give you a few pointers; and if you contact them, they might be able to sort out something regarding accommodation, baby-sitting jobs ( = au pair) , etc.

I don't know how useful this site will be to you, but as far as work is concerned, try contacting some Irish job agencies (via internet) directly, they might be able to sort something out, or point you in the right direction. Don't forget there's a recession heard it here first!

It's a start anyway....and good luck

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Hilde Granlund  Identity Verified
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Student accomodation Jul 20, 2008

The Dublin colleges rent out their student accomodation in the summer months. Both Trinity College and The Royal College of Surgeons have very central accomodation. Both have websites where you can book.
But maybe getting an au pair position is the best and cheapest.
Good luck, Dublin is a nice city

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