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  • Ireland officially recognizes a Pagan church and priest
    Ireland officially recognizes a Pagan church and priest
    On April 23, 2015 the Order of the Golden River made headlines across Ireland as it prepares to open as an official church. Their first step as an official church will be in the form of a workshop on May 9, 2015 at their location in Derry. This is...
  • Bray
    A Day in Bray (Ireland)
    DUBLIN, IRELAND – The town of Bray (Bré, meaning hill in Irish) is around 20km along the coast south of Dublin and easily accessible with multiple trains each hour running from Connolly Station, providing a journey time of around 45 minutes....
  • Song of the Sea
    Song of the Sea (2015) Dir. Tomm Moore
    Tomm Moore, the Irish writer-director of 2009's stunning animated feature, The Secret of Kells, has hit it out of the park once again with his follow up, Song of the Sea, which is a gorgeous, meticulous, enchanting story that wrings forth such...
  • Ghost photobomb in family selfie: Northern Ireland family spooked out!
    Ghost photobomb in family selfie: Eerie ghostly image from Ireland starts debate
    An eerie photobomb of a ghostly image has started a debate online after this very clear picture of a woman was captured during a family selfie. The photo was shown on "Fox and Friends Weekend" on Sunday morning March 29 and they do admit...
  • Kilcredaun Lighthouse
    Kilcredaun Lighthouse
    Lighthouses are iconic. If a friend posted a picture on social media in front of the Barber’s Point lighthouse and you recognized it, you would know that your friend probably attended Germaine’s Luau on the island of Oahu even if the...
  • Mural at Art Institute of Chicago Ireland Exhibit
    Art Institute of Chicago exhibit presents Ireland in a Downton Abbey vein
    Ask yourself what Dublin, Ireland might have been like in the 1700s. Then go to the Art Institute of Chicago to be surprised.The entryway to “Ireland: Crossroads of Art and Design, 1690-1840” now in the Regenstein Hall through June 7,...
  • Ryanair to offer $15 flights to the US
    Ryanair $15 flights across the Atlantic to come but at what actual cost? Beware!
    In the rate wars that rage among airlines, Ryanair often wins, at least at first blush. Consider the budget airlines' new promise to offer trans-Atlantic flights for just $15 by the year 2020, as reported by Deutche Welle and many other...
  • Nimb hotel
    Room Report: Nimb Hotel Copenhagen, Denmark
    Arrival Experience: The Nimb Hotel is perfect for weary travelers. Its central location is a five-second walk from the train station, which has convenient regular airport transfers every 20 minutes. But, the train station is not the only...
  • 3 things you need to know about St. Patrick's Day
    3 things you need to know about St. Patrick's Day
    St. Patrick's Day is celebrated worldwide each year on March 17. It is an especially large celebration in the United States. Boston, Massachusetts held the very first St. Patrick's Day parade in 1737. To this date, New York hosts the...
  • Musical entertainment is part of the nightlife in Waterford, Ireland.
    Facts about Waterford
    Saint Patrick’s Day is close by and with it comes the celebration of Irish culture. Every March 17th parades occur in Dublin, New York, Chicago and elsewhere and most of these parades include a lot of people wearing green, waving Irish flags...
  • Cork is located on Ireland's lush and beautiful west coast. Hence, it is very green and a popular spot for golf courses.
    Facts about Cork
    Saint Patrick’s Day is close by and with it comes the celebration of Irish culture. Every March 17th parades occur in Dublin, New York, Chicago and elsewhere and most of these parades include a lot of people wearing green, waving Irish flags...
  • Galway, located on Ireland's wild and lush west coast, is one of the most historic counties and cities.
    Facts about Galway
    Saint Patrick’s Day is close by and with it comes the celebration of Irish culture. Every March 17th parades occur in Dublin, New York, Chicago and elsewhere and most of these parades include a lot of people wearing green, waving Irish flags...
  • Dublin celebrates Saint Patrick's Day with a joyous parade filled with marvelous floats and costumes.
    Things to see in Dublin
    Saint Patrick’s Day is close by and with it comes the celebration of Irish culture. Every March 17th parades occur in Dublin, New York, Chicago and elsewhere and most of these parades include a lot of people wearing green, waving Irish flags...
  • The Truth Behind St. Patrick's Day
    The Truth Behind St. Patrick's Day
    The Truth Behind St. Patrick's Day By: Brad KronenHibernophile. Celtophile. Gallophile.The terms above refer to those who admire any and all things related to The Emerald Isle along with its customs and traditions. Officially, everyone is...
  • Ecstasy legal in Ireland, for just about 2 days due to loophole in law!
    Ecstasy legal in Ireland: Drug deemed legal temporarily in Emerald Isle loophole
    Ecstasy is legal in Ireland thanks to a loophole in a law that had the government burning the midnight oil trying to patch up in an emergency late-night session. It was not only ecstasy that became temporarily legal, but many of the street...
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