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23-11-2007, 22:28   #1
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Citylink Cork to Dublin

Do citylink have a cork to dub service, its not on there website, how long does it take and how ofetn does it run?
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23-11-2007, 22:30   #2
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Not sure about City Link - dont think they do.
But the air coach does. WWW.AIRCOACH.IE
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23-11-2007, 22:31   #3
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Do citylink have a cork to dub service
No!

Galway-Dublin-Dublin Airport!
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haha no Cork - Dublin for Citylink, I dare you to do the 8 or 9 hour Cork - Galway - Dublin though

I'm surprised they havent got a Cork - Dublin though. Dunno how good the Cork - Galway service is though - I've used it loads with no major problems but it was always empty (handful of people). They needed more advertising, plus their timetable on display at the bus-stop in Galway was wrong.
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haha no Cork - Dublin for Citylink, I dare you to do the 8 or 9 hour Cork - Galway - Dublin though

I'm surprised they havent got a Cork - Dublin though. Dunno how good the Cork - Galway service is though - I've used it loads with no major problems but it was always empty (handful of people). They needed more advertising, plus their timetable on display at the bus-stop in Galway was wrong.
I hear its grand except for the traffic in limerick city, all will be grand though once the limerick tunnel is open
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24-11-2007, 15:54   #6
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Its reasonably accurate for the Cork and Galway timetables, but any towns inbetween it was completly wrong. Plenty of people missed it because of that. I have seen drivers stopping at BE stops and harvesting people waiting for BE buses
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