27 August 2016 “My first memories of Heathrow are the huge boards and all the destinations. To me it seemed like a kind of paradise almost, that you were looking at all these places that you’d maybe seen on a map.”
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26 August 2016 Our bank holiday inspiration this weekend is a trip to Ireland's ancient east with Aer Lingus. Glendalough - meaning 'Valley of the Two Lakes' - nestles in the heart of the Wicklow Mountains National Park, just an hour south of Dublin. This is home to one of Ireland’s most beautiful early monastic sites, founded by St. Kevin, a hermit monk who died around 618 AD.
Lonely Planet called Glendalough; "one of the most beautiful corners of the whole country and the epitome of the kind of rugged, romantic Ireland that probably drew you to the island in the first place." Visit there for the day, with seamless flights between Heathrow and Dublin up to 14 times daily: bit.ly/aerbridge
26 August 2016 Coming to the UK to study this year? Here are Border Force's top 10 tips to make sure you have everything for a smooth arrival: http://bit.ly/2bntNkB