Author Archives: Patsy Hart

Irish Sports Star – David Gillick’s Recipes

David Gillick studied at the Institute of Technology in Dublin before he moved to Loughborough to become a professional athlete in 2006. He first specialized in running the 400 meters, which he won in 2004 and 2007 at the European … Continue reading

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Slainte! Brass-Filled, Lantern-Lit Pub and Meeting Place for Historic Rebels

The oldest pub took over from the hostelry that was there until 1197 and therefore its logo indicates the existence of the Brazen Head in Dublin is since 1198, either way, it is Ireland’s oldest place where friends get together … Continue reading

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Never a dull moment at Dublin’s Temple Bar

One thing everyone agrees on that have had the pleasure of spending some time at The Temple bar is that it is always lively, there is simply no chance of a dull moment, which is the main reason why this … Continue reading

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Wicklow County

With its dramatic valleys, mesmerising ruins and mount marvels it’s no wonder that that Wicklow is named the Garden of Ireland. Wicklow welcomes thousands of tourists every year, churches, the graveyard and round tower nestled in the land of mystic … Continue reading

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Wexford County

Wexford is indisputably the most exciting place to explore in Ireland due to its Viking history. It is located along the southeast coast of the island, which is the reason why it was targeted by many invaders. The list of … Continue reading

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Waterford

A delightful combination of buzzing festivals, history and a thriving foodie scene – Waterford is one of the Irish counties – No to be Missed! Waterford Politics and Local Government Colloquially, Waterford is known as The Deise, it is believed … Continue reading

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Westmeath

Westmeath County Often called the Lake County, Westmeath offers an array of streams, lakes and other waterways, it is part of the Leinster province and the Midlands. It has a colourful and long history and it is said that Westmeath … Continue reading

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Waterford County

History Waterford is Ireland’s oldest city and the seaport is in the southeast of the country. It was founded in 914 A.D. by the Vikings and still, today parts of the ancient walled core are in existence still. Local archaeological … Continue reading

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County Tyrone

Some, believe the late actor Tyrone Power got his name from Tyrone County, it is a common name used for Irish babies, and it means from Owen’s territory. Yet according to history, County Tyrone’s title comes from the Irish words … Continue reading

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County Tipperary

Tipperary is a beautiful county in the mid-west of Ireland, it’s this county that inspired the Irish-orientated love song in 1907. Written by Harry Williams and Jack Judge the marching song is all about a soldier waving goodbye to Leicester … Continue reading

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