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Ref: PC552010gp24 - 275.00 The official photographic record of the 2008 Grand Slam in book form, a fantastic pictorial souvenir of this great year in Welsh rugby.

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This pack contains a 96 page full colour book titled "The Golden Age of Welsh Rugby" and a 100 minute DVD featuring 101 great Welsh Tries. The pack is brand new, unopened in very good condition.This jersey is sold together with a COA guaranteeing that the autographs are original.Full details of the tour party can be found by clicking on the player illustrations below.More recently the hotel, which was put into receivership by Nama in September 2015, was one of a number of properties being used by Dublin City Council to provide emergency accommodation.CBRE Hotels' sale of the property on the instruction of Aidan Murphy, of receivers Crowe Horwath, does not include the Spar shop at ground level, which is separately owned and not involved or in any way affected by the sale process.Dublin was Europe's third best performing hotel market by Rev PAR (Revenue Per Available Room) growth in 2015.

The latest STR data released last Tuesday shows that in Dublin, Rev PAR grew by 11pc in the month of August and is now up 19.4pc in the year to date.

The hotel will be just two stops from Trinity College once the new line begins to operate.

Originally a bank premises, the four-storey building was redeveloped as a hotel in 2001.

RRP 14.99 A player issue Wales Under Armour red & white short sleeve jersey with white collar (not match worn or attributed to any single player) with 24 autographs neatly signed in black on the front.

The jersey has embroidered to the sleeve Seland Newydd 2010 in keeping with player issue jerseys from this tour, this is most likely a spare jersey taken on the tour.

That footfall and demand for accommodation in Dublin city centre is poised to increase even further with the planned redevelopment of the former Clerys department store, the nearby Dublin Central site and the Parnell Quarter.