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Comment from: John Drummey [Visitor] Email
My colleague Audrey would be interested in talking to you about your article on
Radio Kerry.
03/14/07 @ 05:31
Comment from: Shanks [Visitor] Email
Don't now how they classify as Country music that teeny-bopper stuff Twain started singing after her first album. It seems more Britney Spears-type tunes to me. If I heard that in a pub in Ireland I might "accidentally" trip over the elctric cord from the juke box. Can't say i'd mind her picture being on the wall tho. That's some babe!
03/14/07 @ 09:16
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor] Email
Mmmmm...Smithwick's........
03/14/07 @ 11:49
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
Brandon,

How about all the Irish pubs in Central Europe? We visited some small provincial towns in Slovakia, our ancestral country, and if the village had more than five thousand people, it had an Irish pub.

I can't complain, though, since a half-liter of Guinness was only the eqivalent of $2.50USD. Guinness installs all the fixtures in the various pubs on the condition that their brew is featured.
03/16/07 @ 07:35
Comment from: Golf Goddess [Visitor] Email
But isn't music the "universal language"???
03/16/07 @ 10:24
Comment from: Karen Bryan [Visitor] Email
I think it is getting harder to have an authentic travel experience due to globalisation. My website is aimed at helping travellers see more of the real Europe by getting, even slightly, off the beaten track.

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06/29/07 @ 10:47
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