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9 Cozy Pubs Across the United Kingdom and Ireland

9 Cozy Pubs Across the United Kingdom and Ireland June 8, 2012 | Dublin, Europe, Ireland, UK | Read More
Londoners head for their favorite local pub after work. Image: mostaque / Flickr London’s Anchor Pub is a welcoming site on a gray day.  .  .  and a great place to meet locals.

Ash Returns, Closes Ireland Airspace For Six Hours

Ash Returns, Closes Ireland Airspace For Six Hours May 4, 2010 | Ireland, Travel News | Read More
Hundreds of flights were grounded again today as the cloud of volcanic ash from Iceland became concentrated enough to close airspace in the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland and parts of Scotland.  As of Tuesday afternoon, only a small area over northwestern Scotland remains closed, with most airspace...

Alcohol Industry In Ireland Faces Sobering Decline

Alcohol Industry In Ireland Faces Sobering Decline March 25, 2010 | Ireland, Travel News | Read More
A new report says per capital alcohol consumption in Ireland dropped nearly 10% over the last year.  Kieran Tobin, chairman of the Drinks Industry Group of Ireland (DIGI), sees the sobering numbers as evidence of “the worst year for our industry in living memory.” Others outside the drinks...

Photo Friday: Hi Mom!

Photo Friday: Hi Mom! July 31, 2009 | Dublin, Photo Friday | Read More
We’re adding a new twist to occasional Photo Fridays on the NileGuidance blog. In addition to guessing the NileGuide destination in which the photo was taken, take a gander at the photo and submit your best shot at a caption by commenting below. We’ll decide the most witty/amusing/insightful...

Photo Friday: Where the Grass is Greener

Photo Friday: Where the Grass is Greener April 24, 2009 | Dublin, Photo Friday | Read More
In which NileGuide destination was this photo taken? Bonus points for knowing the name of the park! UPDATE 4/27: The photo was taken in Dublin at St. Stephen’s Green. The park has a rich history, from the public hangings that took place throughout the 18th century to the free summer concerts held...
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