Memories of my Last Visit to Ireland 1980

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Ireland may be bad in the cities but its still worth a visit to the villages around rural Ireland, they at least still hold some of the old ways.

I know many pubs that still stay open till 4am , the local Garda turns a blind eye and the local town drunk stills sings up the Ra.
 
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I think he is better to stay away and keep his memories untainted by the disgusting reality of what we have fallen to.
Dear oh dear Tadgh your such an old misery guts and a shocking negative neddy I'm sure I'd have a great time and still meet lots of lovely people.
 

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Are you going to make the trip Polymer
 
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Ok I get it now Dan.Getting all technical.Anyway I don't know my life has changed a lot and I don't have the same connections I used to have in Ireland.Maybe I will visit the land of my ancestors again,if I do I'll probably post it on this forum.
 

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Well it would be of great interest to hear your account. I assume you have a spouse to accompany you. Otherwise save a few quid and visit Boston. I have met people that got fantastic bargains in the off season. One couple got a long weekend and put into the Park Plaza Hotel for I think he said about 700 euro.
 

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https://www.expedia.com/Boston-Hote...36&paandi=true&isDirectFlight=0&adultsPerRoom[1]=2&ttla=BOS&hlrId=0&toDate=02/13/2017&numberOfRooms=1&destinationId=178239&packageType=fh&fromDate=02/10/2017&currentFlights=ed67df5a0c93cab9f338280f48b62775,1fc7a3459f6e46b2b6f54c8697e740ab&defaultFlights=ed67df5a0c93cab9f338280f48b62775,1fc7a3459f6e46b2b6f54c8697e740ab&originId=178279&ftla=LON&infantsInSeats=1&langid=1033&prices=1615.64&inttkn=oLgxQE21edE5635J

Here you go 1620 dollars . 3 nights in a downtown hotel plus flights for 2 people.

Why go to Tipperary and meet RockofCashel when you can go to Boston and meet Youngdan
 

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Well it would be of great interest to hear your account. I assume you have a spouse to accompany you. Otherwise save a few quid and visit Boston. I have met people that got fantastic bargains in the off season. One couple got a long weekend and put into the Park Plaza Hotel for I think he said about 700 euro.
Serious question - what would make Boston worth the trip? Do they have any particular tourist attractions?
 

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Serious question - what would make Boston worth the trip? Do they have any particular tourist attractions?
They dye the river green for paddys day?
 

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Serious question - what would make Boston worth the trip? Do they have any particular tourist attractions?
Easily the most interesting for history. Also for sport with 4 winning teams, theatre and boston pops
 
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