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Where to Go in March

by Elizabeth Brady. Posted Feb 25th 2011 01:00 PM
where to go in March

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March is a popular time for travel – people are itching to get some fresh air, perspective or sun as winter ends. While spring break crowds make prices skyrocket in certain classic sunny locations (think Disney, the Caribbean and Mexico), with some clever strategizing you'll find deep discounts for travel in the third month of the year.
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Dublin Slang

by Sean Sheehan. Posted Oct 21st 2010 04:21 PM
Dublin Slang

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You know a city is alive and well when you can see its local lingo evolving and adapting to meet the needs of its citizens. Dublin slang has a rich heritage, born out of two languages and the wry (and often scatological) wit of its citizens.
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Dublin Mythbusters

by Sean Sheehan. Posted Oct 20th 2010 04:20 PM
Dublin Mythbusters

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The city of Dublin has a long history and many Dublin urban myths and legends have evolved. The actual facts behind some of these stories will prove to be Dublin mythbusters.
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5 Best Photo Opportunities in Dublin

by Jen Goldenberg. Posted Oct 12th 2010 11:13 AM
Photo Opportunities Dublin

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Ireland's capital is filled with photo opportunities; Dublin's vibrant outskirts, moreover, tempt amateurs of travel photography to explore. Here are a few of the best photo opportunities Dublin has to offer.
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Dublin Slang

by Kristin O'Neill. Posted Oct 11th 2010 07:43 PM
Dublin Slang

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If you're planning a trip to Dublin, Ireland you're most likely expecting a city rife with history, pubs, leprechauns, and emerald green. You may not be anticipating the challenge of deciphering Dublin slang. Lucky for you, I've come up with a cheat sheet that will give you a head start on learning the local lingo. Dublin natives tend to speak quickly, or so we perceive, so you'll have to pay close attention in order to keep up (not to worry – it gets easier with time). Keep this list handy and, after a few days, you should be able to translate Dublin slang to your native tongue with some success. You'll be ready to converse with English-speaking Dubliners or any leprechaun you might happen to meet.
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