Pages tagged with Dublin

I return to Dublin and see how things have changed.
Both my grandson and I win awards, he for being such a great teacher and I for being a good student.
The life, death, and Non life of Patrick Joseph Riley of Dublin Ireland.
The life and work of Nobel prize winning poet is to be further honoured following today's tributes in Dublin
Catherine McAuley, Foundress of the Sisters of Mercy in Ireland was declared Venerable by Pope John Paul II in 1990. Catherine had been left a small fortune by the couple who took her in upon the death of her parents. With this money, she opened a school and training center on Baggo...
This article is one of several that create a verbal picture of Dublin's coffee houses.
2012 is the year I am going to get out there and start striking off my ever growing list of places to go before I settle down & so something ‘productive’ – god forbid.
This is the movie you will surely want to see again. Fantastic music, real characters and true emotions, shown with modesty and delicacy. A must to see!
Ireland is such a beautiful place, once you are there the pleasant green and lush landscape just takes your breath away. its a place that must be seen to appreciate its beauty.
Dublin, a city over a 1,000 years old, is the cultural and historical capital of Ireland and the birthplace of many of the world's most popular writers and musicians. James Joyce and Oscar Wilde were both born here. But what's it like?
Here is famous recipe of Dublin with several simple steps and instructions on how to prepare. Dublin Coodle Ingredients Preparation Instruction
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