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Throwback 2005

Throwback to 10 years ago, when my friends and myself went to see Green Day live at The O2 Arena in Dublin, Ireland which back then was called the Point Theatre on 31st January (1st February 2005)

Music

Murrayfield and Croke Park

After a thrilling finale Italy today beat Scotland 22-19 to return to the victory in the Six Nations after a streak of seven match – last win was March 16 2013 against Ireland, 22-15. 333 more words

Sport

Day 66/188: Oh My Wizard Gods!

“Oh God, do they need to do that here?”
“You could ignore them, there’s no need to grass.”
“Don’t you mean ‘snitch’?”
“What does Quidditch have to do with this?” 65 more words

#Dublin

This is Where I Call Home.

Ireland to me isn’t just a small island. For me, it is where my heart belongs. Although I love travelling, no matter how far away I am from the beautiful Emerald isle, it is always where my heart longs to be. 100 more words

Tourism

Alltech Craft Brews & Food Fair in Dublin - The Skinny on the Brews & Food



This weekend’s 3rd annual Alltech Craft Brews and Food Fair in Dublin is here and is shaping up to be an event to remember! With a line-up of some 60 breweries from all over the world serving up some of the best brews around, this year’s Fair offers something for everyone. 608 more words

Beers

Legacy

St. James’s Gate in Dublin is significant for a number of reasons. It was once the gate through which one entered from the West into Medieval Dublin; it was the starting point of the Irish pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, sanctified for being the site of the well of Saint James; but nothing has become so historically and culturally entrenched in this quarter of the city more than the name of Arthur Guinness. 225 more words

Places