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- “12 Year Old Ed Sheeran” In Dublin sings Hallelujah
- What’s the most famous Irish bar in New York City?
- A Celebration of the Irish Harp
- Around the Web – Epic Road Trip: Atlas Unlimited’s 1000-Mile Adventure through Ireland, Major Travel Chaos In Ireland: Athletes Stuck In Budapest, 10 HAUNTED HOTELS in Ireland you can stay in (if you’re mad) and more..
- From Social Media – A Quilt of Green
- Irish Food You Will Love
- The Craic – A Guide to Irish Accents
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Meet the newest kid on the block of Grafton Street… this is Fionn Wheelan.. the next Ed Sheeran
McSorley’s, the venerable Irish pub, proudly holds the distinction of being the longest-standing tavern in New York City, maintaining its operations uninterrupted over the years. In 1970, a significant shift occurred as the pub opened its doors to female patrons, marking a pivotal moment.
Nevertheless, the essence of McSorley’s has persevered for well over a century and a half, virtually untouched. From the time-honored sawdust-strewn floor to the eclectic assortment of memorabilia adorning its walls (including priceless artifacts like Houdini’s handcuffs), every corner echoes with the spirit of yesteryears. Central to the experience is McSorley’s Cream Stock Ale, a signature brew available on tap, which further immerses visitors in the nostalgia of historic New York City.
Date: Saturday 2 September 2023
Location: Bunratty Castle and Folk Park Co. Clare
Mark your calendars and get ready to experience a magical journey through the heart of Irish culture as Bunratty Castle and Folk Park proudly presents “A Celebration of the Irish Harp” on September 2nd and 3rd. This exceptional event promises to shine a spotlight on the Irish harp, a symbol deeply intertwined with the country’s heritage and artistic expression.
Around The Web
Join us as we retrace the steps of Atlas Unlimited on their epic adventure across the Emerald Isle. From the bustling streets of Dublin to the serene beauty of the countryside this travel series promises to be an unforgettable experience for all wanderlust enthusiasts.
Travel disruptions unfolded in Ireland as flights were thrown into chaos due to a technical fault that struck British airspace under the jurisdiction of the National Air Traffic Services (NATS).
During a tour of Royal Caribbean’s Jewel’s of the Sea, Maeve Lee discovers why more people are choosing a cruise for their holiday.
The family of Sinead O’Connor have thanked a Northern Ireland charity for its help in returning her body from England following her death last month.
A heated outdoor pool has proven to be wildly successful in the wake of several nearby beaches being forced to close in recent weeks.
Galway Bay fm newsroom – The 2023 Cong-Galway Sailing Race gets underway this Saturday, having been rescheduled from June due to poor weather conditions.
Nearly all cinemas across the country are taking part with tickets for blockbuster hits, premium seats and 3D screening for just a few quid.
Do you love all things spooky and paranormal? Get ready for the stay of a lifetime with the top haunted hotels in Ireland you can stay in.
From Social Media
Irish Food You Will Love
From – Vintage Recipes · Follow ( https://www.facebook.com/vintagerecipes )
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Our Daily Newsletter is free and will remain free for our loyal followers forever.. ( if you are not subscribed then just enter your email below ) But as they say in the infomercials, that’s not all.. For less than the price of a pint at Temple Bar, you can upgrade to our premium Newsletter which will give you access to our archive of travel deep dives, travel itineraries as well as special deals curated for our premium subscribers. So consider buying us a pint and upgrade to get all the goodies…