Thursday Doors – Pubs in Ireland

I don’t want to give the wrong impression but I confess to visiting a lot of pubs in Ireland.

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20 responses to “Thursday Doors – Pubs in Ireland

  1. And why not? Got to support the economy of your holiday destination!

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  2. They do say confession is good for the soul!

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  3. I’m sure you didn’t enter them all 🙂


  4. Wrong impression?!


  5. i love every minute i’ve spent in the pubs of ireland, each one is unique and yet the same in that they were so welcoming and friendly. thanks for sharing these


  6. I don’t know if you know the Flann O’Brien poem The Workmen’s Friend, the first stanza of which goes:
    When things go wrong and will not come right
    Though you do the best you can
    When life looks black as the hour of night
    A pint of plain is your only man
    (worth looking it up for the rest – it’s a great Irish poem about ‘the black stuff’.


  7. How lovely, looks like a good time. Can’t wait till I can go back to an Irish pub


  8. Not one of those photographs show anyone with a drink in their hand. You could just be pretending to have had one massive pub crawl.


  9. A tourism Pub Crawl – woohoo count me in!
    If these were all taken the same day I just hope you weren’t driving 😉


  10. “I don’t want to give the wrong impression”, Well that comment was a waste of time.


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