Heat Exchanger Fouling and Cleaning XI - 20157-12 June 2015, Enfield
Enfield (Dublin), Ireland
Dublin is the capital and largest city in Ireland with excellent connection to the main international airports. The city is also the primary political, cultural, commercial, transportation and industrial centre. It was initially inhabited by Vikings in the 9th century, and continued to play a key role in shaping the history of Ireland ever since. Dublin was once, for a short period of time, the 5th largest city in Europe in the 18th century. Throughout history, generations after generations have left many fabulous buildings and landmarks that still stand to be visited nowadays. Perhaps the most notable attractions are the Dublin castle, Spire of Dublin, the Ha'penny Bridge and the Guinness Storehouse.
TemperatureThe month of June is characterized by gradually rising daily temperatures, with daily highs increasing from 16°C to 18°C over the course of the month, exceeding 21°C or dropping below 13°C only one day in ten.
The daily average low (blue) and high (red) temperature with percentile bands (inner band from 25th to 75th percentile, outer band from 10th to 90th percentile).
The Johnstown House is located on the Meath/Dublin border with access via the M4 motorway from Dublin City or Dublin Airport. The Hotel is just on Dublin's doorstep (only 40 minutes from Dublin City Centre).
One of the leading hotels in Meath, Johnstown House Luxury Hotel combines luxurious accommodation in Meath with a variety of culinary delights, a traditional atmosphere and an extensive health spa, swimming pool, sauna and an excellent fitness room. The spa has 18 Treatment Rooms with a myriad of treatments and facilities to make you feel a world away. You can book for treatments directly at the hotel, as soon as you are registered (costs of the treatments are not included in the conference fee).
For more information visit www.johnstownhouse.com
Included in the registration fee is a half-day sightseeing tour to the Dublin City Centre and a visit to the famous Guinness-Storehouse, on Tuesday afternoon, June 9th 2015.