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"dublin city" Discussed on Rick Steves Britain & Ireland Audio Tours

Rick Steves Britain & Ireland Audio Tours

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"dublin city" Discussed on Rick Steves Britain & Ireland Audio Tours

"Dublin walk part to that begins. Just one bridge away from here on the o'connell bridge. The o'connell bridge is downstream towards the skyscrapers. If you're ready for part to just continue across hey penny bridge to the north bank. Turn right and walk to the o'connell bridge along the wooden riverside millennial walkway but right now our tours over think of it. We've gone from a pleasant park to this pleasant bridge over the river. We've walked grafton street and dipped into the college. We've seen churches and castles and government buildings. We've seen churches and castles and government buildings and pubs and clubs and pubs lisa. How about we finish off this walk with a fine ponta. Guinness sounds great as the irish liked to say. May you always have a clean shirt a clear conscience and enough choline in your pocket to buy a point cheers slow. We hope you've enjoyed our dublin. Walk part one. Thanks to pat. O'connor and jeanne openshaw co-authors of this tour to see more of dublin. Checkout our companion tour dublin. Walk part to this. Tour was excerpted from the rick. Steves ireland guidebook co authored with pat o'connor for more details on eating sleeping end sightseeing a dublin and ireland refer to the latest edition of that guidebook for more free audio tours and information about our tv shows bus tours and travel gear visit our website at rick. Steves dot com. This tour was produced by cedar house. Audio production thanks cheers and happy travels..

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"dublin city" Discussed on Rick Steves Britain & Ireland Audio Tours

Rick Steves Britain & Ireland Audio Tours

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"dublin city" Discussed on Rick Steves Britain & Ireland Audio Tours

"Road called fishemblem street. Viking dublin from fish amble street to the river from the church. Walk about ten yards down fish. Amble street staying on the left side of the street find the concrete flowerbed inscribed with the words dublin city council. Now look down.

"dublin city" Discussed on Rick Steves Britain & Ireland Audio Tours

Rick Steves Britain & Ireland Audio Tours

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"dublin city" Discussed on Rick Steves Britain & Ireland Audio Tours

"dublin city" Discussed on Rick Steves Britain & Ireland Audio Tours

Rick Steves Britain & Ireland Audio Tours

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"dublin city" Discussed on Rick Steves Britain & Ireland Audio Tours

"The bank of ireland the former parliament house though today. It's the bank. This building stands as a symbol of the long fight for irish self rule. It was here in the seventeen. Hundreds irish men like henri gratin previously spoke out against their british overlords appropriately at the top of the building sits a statue of lady ireland extending the olive branch of peace. Let's go inside the bank to see a remnant of its days as parliament house. It's free and open during banking hours. So start making your way there across the street once on the other side follow signs to the tourist entrance. It's slightly to the right of lady ireland as you go. Let rick set the scene. The fight for irish independence took many many generations. As far back as the twelfth century ireland was dominated by the english. English nobles ruled vast plantations with the poor irish farmers as their virtual serfs. Ireland was split between the natives mostly catholic and gaelic speaking and their protestant english speaking landowners. Occasionally the feisty. Irish would rise up in rebellion but time and time again. The revolts were brutally crushed when you reach the parliament house entrance. Go inside make your way into the main site inside the irish house of lords chamber. Dublin was always right in the thick of ireland's fight for independence on the one hand. Dublin was the center of the english protestant presence on the other as ireland's biggest and most educated city. This is where common irish identity was born and it was here at parliament. House that the struggle for independence switched from the battlefield to the political arena. By now you should be inside. Parliament house in the big house of lords chamber browse around the displays. Well rick tells us more. The room is decorated much as it looked back in the seventeen. Hundreds there are tapestries on the walls and a fireplace carved with irish oak. The apps like area at the end is where the speaker presided on. Display is a huge silver ceremonial mace. This was what the sergeant-at-arms wielded when he called the chamber to order it was a symbol of the ever. Present oversight of the british monarch the bust on display here of british kings and admirals also proclaimed british authority in this building brave politicians rose up to denounce the british king and advocate for self rule. Well to be fair. Most of the rabble-rousing took place down the hall. The house of commons chamber here in the house of lords things were more pro english crew. Most of the lord's were rich. Protestant leaps who leaned british. The tapestries here attest to that. They depict british victories over irish rebels in the tapestry on the right wall. British forces gathered lay siege to the irish town of dairy or as the brits insisted on calling it londonderry the british took the town routing this rebel stronghold the tapestry on the left wall shows what came next it depict the british king william of orange riding in to finish the rebels off. This was at the landmark battle of the boyne. Just a few miles from here. But despite those defeats on the battlefield there was a gathering. hope that the parliamentarians who met here could convince the british to grant ireland independence peacefully our old friend. Henry rotten famously said i found ireland. Her knees i watched over her. I traced her progress from arms to liberty. Ireland is now a nation. It looked like independence was just around the corner. That's when the british co opted the rebellion. Exactly they convinced the irish parliament mostly through bribes to sign the landmark act of union of eighteen hundred on the one hand that legislation granted ireland nation status on the other it became part of the larger united kingdom so the irish parliament moved from dublin. To london to become part of the british the movement for true irish independence got tabled and here in dublin. Parliament house was left empty. Which is why it's a bank today. Let's move on while. Rick tells us the rest of the story. Start making your way back out to the street with parliament gone. This impressive building was handed over to the bank of ireland. A conservative institution aligned with britain's corporate interests. The house of commons was converted into offices and the irish freedom movement went into hibernation. Nevertheless this building remain potent symbol of irish self government. It would inspire the next generation of brave souls that would soon rise up and demand change. That sounds like a teaser. But we'll have to save that story for our next tour dublin city. Walk part two.

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"dublin city" Discussed on Rick Steves Britain & Ireland Audio Tours

Rick Steves Britain & Ireland Audio Tours

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"dublin city" Discussed on Rick Steves Britain & Ireland Audio Tours

"The garden of remembrance feel free to just stroll around the park and enjoy its solemn atmosphere and the many layers of its powerful symbolism. This garden of remembrance remembers all the people who gave their lives for irish freedom. Think of all the failed irish rebellions seventeen ninety eight eighteen o three eighteen forty eight eighteen sixty seven plus all those politicians who lobbied for peaceful change daniel. O'connell william o'brien james larkin patrick pierce charles. Par now and so many more. This park was dedicated in nineteen. Sixty six the fiftieth anniversary of the nineteen sixteen easter rising and it was built on the exact spot where that easter rising's leaders were hell before being transferred to kilmainham gaol and their execution. The parks symbolism goes. Even deeper. the long pool is in the shape of a cross. Recognising ireland's christian heritage the mosaic on the bottom of the pool go back even farther to ireland's ancient celtic roots. The wave patterns make the pond looked like one of ireland's timeless rivers other mosaics depict old celtic swords and shields. These are symbolic of ireland's proud fighting heritage. They also represent how those early irish warriors eventually proclaimed peace with their ritual of throwing their weapons into a river. Modern ireland has made a point of embracing. Its celtic heritage. The gaelic language traditional legends have been revived and nineteen thirty seven. The irish people even adopted a new name for their country from the old celtic language. They called it era. Now check out the bronze statue. At the end of the pool up the stairs the statue depicts four siblings representing the people of ireland. They look like they're twisting and agony. They're in the midst of the painful process of transforming from ordinary mortals to beautiful swans. It refers to that line from the yeats poem about the nineteen sixteen easter rising out despite the violence of revolution. Something good comes from it. A terrible beauty is born on the wall. Nearby is another palm. It begins in the darkness of despair. We saw a vision. We let the light of hope and the poem ends. The vision became a reality. Winter became summer bondage. Became freedom and this we left you as your inheritance. Oh generations of freedom remember us the generations of division one of modern ireland's most stirring moments occurred here in twenty eleven when queen elizabeth. The second came to ireland. She laid a wreath at the statue and bowed her head in silence. It was a remarkable show of respect for the irish rebels rebels who had fought and died trying to gain freedom from her own united kingdom. This was a hugely cathartic moment for both nations. Thanks to ireland's rebels and thanks to its visionaries. Many of whom we met on this walk. Today's independent ireland was born though the irish nation still has its struggles. It's now going about them in a more peaceful way. Let's finish our walk. Pondering the flag of ireland that flies overhead the symbolism is telling green for catholics orange for protestants and white for the hope that they can all live together in peace. We hope you've enjoyed our dublin. Walk part to thanks to the co authors at this tour pat o'connor and jeanne openshaw to see more of dublin check out our companion tour dublin. Walk part one. This tour was excerpted from the rick. Steves ireland guidebook co-authored with pat o'connor for more details on eating sleeping and sightseeing and dublin and ireland referred to the latest edition of that guidebook for more free audio tours and information about our tv shows. Bus tours and travel air visit our website. At rick steves dot com. This tour was produced by cedar house. Audio productions thanks cheers and happy travels..

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"dublin city" Discussed on Rick Steves Britain & Ireland Audio Tours

Rick Steves Britain & Ireland Audio Tours

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"dublin city" Discussed on Rick Steves Britain & Ireland Audio Tours

"Walking to mention house keep walking down the busy street that borders saint stephen's green. We're going about one hundred yards to the first corner. Notice that the street has a tramline. That's proved to be a very popular way to get around in this increasingly urban environment. Dublin is far and away. Ireland's biggest city. As i mentioned there are five hundred and fifty thousand people in the core and nearly two million in the greater metropolitan area among ireland cities court on the south coast is a distant second with a mirror. Hundred twenty five thousand. Dublin really took off back in nineteen seventy three. That's when ireland joined the european community the precursor to the eu. Dublin became the engine driving the so-called celtic tiger boom years around the turn of the millennium. That's when many american corporations located here for tax purposes today dublin ireland's silicon valley or silicon bog as they call it. It's the european base for big tech companies like apple facebook microsoft and google. When you reach the i intersection. Turn left on dawson street. On dust and street you get a sense of how nicely modern dublin dovetails with traditional irish ways. for instance. look on the left at number twenty five. It's pub a very skinny pub sometimes called the tiniest pub in dublin. As we'll see on this walk this is just one of many pubs in dublin offering a slice of traditional intimacy in an increasingly urban landscape. And just a few steps further up at number twenty. Seven is the celtic whiskey shop. Yes in recent years. Ireland has become a huge provider of whiskey to the world. Exporting even more than scotland to find out why and maybe score a free sample in or a better plan is. Let's keep going ahead on. Your right is a big old white building. Let's stop and check it out from this side of the street. This is called mansion house. It was built in seventeen ten and even today two centuries later it still the official residence of dublin's mayor these days. The position of lord mayor is mostly ceremonial. It's another reminder of how gracefully older traditions continue in this. Modern city mentioned house is a classic example of what's called the georgian style. It has a triangular peppermint over the entrance giving it a classic greek temple. Look there's a balustrade across the roof in another at the base the windows and doors give the facade perfectly symmetrical look. This is just the first of many georgian style buildings will see on our walk. George was the prevailing style. During dublin's golden age in the seventeen. Hundreds mentioned house also played a key role in ireland's modern struggle for independence after that nineteen sixteen easter rising. This was where a rogue irish parliament met in defiance of british rule. Kind of like. When america's continental congress signed the declaration of independence at independence hall in philadelphia. Yes that act of defiance was what kicked off the irish war of independence in nineteen nineteen that eventually made ireland free of british rule. Let's move on. Keep walking up dawson street and other half block to the big gray church of saint ann's on the right. Dublin has always been a breeding ground for new ideas. it's produced some of the greatest writers and thinkers in the english language. There's oscar wilde playwright and bram stoker wrote dracula. That's an oddly. Specific pair of names to single out. That's because of the church of saint hans. Oscar wilde was baptized here. And it's where bram stoker got married And one more random fact bram oscar were good friends and bram married the same woman that oscar had once dated small world in dublin. At the church turn left onto an street. South keep walking straight for two blocks and street has a pleasant row of small shops boutiques and restaurants. This kind of small-scale. Energetic commerce is typical of ireland shopowners are helpful and service comes wrapped in a small town. Smile ireland's workforces is young and well educated. In fact about thirty five percent of the population is under twenty. Five years old. They feel jobs in high tech pharmaceuticals and many opt for small enterprises. Like these and after work is done. Where does everyone go the pub ahead on the right. You're approaching the neighborhood's watering hole. John key host. Let's pause here for a second. There's nothing particularly special about this pub but like so many other pubs in dublin. It's much older and more atmospheric than almost anything you'd find in the states. This place has been serving the neighborhood at this location for more than a century. Pubs are basic part of the irish social scene. And whether you're a teetotaler or a beer guzzler they should be part of your travel here. The word hub is short for public house. It's like an extended living room smart. Travelers use pubs to eat. Drink watch the latest sporting events and make new friends and as a wise irishman once said it never rains in a pub and does another wise irishman said in a pub. Your visitor on the first night and a regular on the next since two thousand four all pubs in ireland are non smoking here at key. Hose may see customers spilling into the street with their cigarettes and beloved pints in hand. Technically it's illegal to drink on the street but because it's so common it's rarely enforced. Let's keep going down and street past the pub. The irish take great pride in their beer. The average irishman spend about five dollars a day on alcohol. If you ask for a pint in dublin you'll get a guinness. That's the dark brown stout style beer. That was born right here in dublin. It's still brewed here. About a mile to the west while loyal dubliners like their guinness ireland's other stout murphy's is the local favourite in the south. You'll have to try them both to pick your favorite twist. My arm neighborhood pubs are like landmarks in the dublin landscape instead of telling someone. Hey meet me on ams street. you're more likely be here. Meet me at key. Hose by now. You should be reaching the intersection with grafton street where we'll be turning right but i stop when you reach the intersection and enjoy the scene. Rick and i will take you from there on the next track. Grafton street thin lizzy beauties cafe and saint theresa's church. Just stand here in this pleasant pedestrianised street and appreciate where you are. Grafton street is a constant parade of shoppers. Tourists businessmen moms with strollers all enjoying a walk down this row of shops grafton street most desirable retail address it's home to both glitzy. International stores and trendy one of a kind irish boutiques bustling atmosphere. Here is a testament to how once quaint dublin has now gone global. We'll stroll the boulevard in a moment but first let's check.

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"dublin city" Discussed on Rick Steves Britain & Ireland Audio Tours

Rick Steves Britain & Ireland Audio Tours

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"dublin city" Discussed on Rick Steves Britain & Ireland Audio Tours

"Dublin city walk part. One as ireland's number one city in the heart of the emerald dial. Dublin is the perfect introduction to ireland. And its charms. I'm rick steves. Thanks for joining me on a walk through the historic centre of dublin. On this walk will hit. Just one half of the city. The sights on the south bank of the river liffey. When you're done you can easily link up with my companion tour dublin city. Walk part to to do the north part of town. These two walks are great to take at the beginning of your dublin. Visit to get the lay of the land physically culturally and historically on this first half we'll stroll past stately old buildings wander the campus of trinity college and explore the city's origins at dublin castle. Along the way we'll experience the vibrant city of today. We'll walk the popular pedestrian only grafton street with its trendy shops and cheery buskers there are the atmospheric lanes of temple bar home to traditional irish high-spirited nightlife in the photogenic. Hey penny brench. And of course we'll pass plenty of characteristic old pups perfect for a pint a bite or a chat with the locals allow about two hours to do part one of this walk. It's a substantial walk so pace yourself. It's not just an introduction to dublin but also to ireland and it's rich history. The walk is best during normal business. Hours when everything's open but it also has its charms after hours. Now let's get started as we explore the lively and historic.

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"dublin city" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"dublin city" Discussed on Today in Focus

"I was thumbing new vodka on canvas canvas Dan Grafton Street in Dublin city centre and he was getting a mixed reaction from loud people but the most rapturous reaction of all was largely from Young Chinese women our spotted him Leo Leo Leo. We love you and they mobbed him and of course he loved it. Massive fire horse. Aw and then at the end of two thumbs up and said vote for him and the reaction of ars creeping around you mean they're kind of enjoying the spectacle But it was notable that you know. This was the most positive reaction that I saw that morning. Were we're from foreign people. It's no wonder that Irish T.. Shock Leo Veronica has a bit of stardust. He's made or a name for himself on the world stage jogging with Canadian. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau very special connection person to person united in French taking his male partner to meet. US Vice President. Mike Pence we are after all God's children and helping and the stalemate over brexit except we may sometimes differ but we're bonded by our shared past on our shared kinship as he elitist political party into a general election this weekend that is likely to be dominated by domestic issues. Things aren't looking so rosy the latest opinion poll places Barack Figuel Party in third place behind its usual rival Fianna foil and second and we Shin Fain surging into the lead and from the Guardian. I'm initiative starter today. Focus could it all be over believe Veronica.

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"dublin city" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"dublin city" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"So I'm going to say today as you play Dj you're GonNa pick some music for for us all that this is probably right now the most traditional thing we're going to hear the tire show the most what I would think of as traditional Irishman Straightforward Irish music your album for the most part doesn't do that and that's sort of the beauty of why I love you so much is the way your songs on fold the owns and so forth that we're going to play a lot more of what is the sort of music that you hear others play the what is the sense of Irish music in the hands around where you living you got to hear groups and stuff what what are you hearing traditional like that or yeah kind of anything like this there's so much music in Dublin in general like from from a like a family we all play traditional tune so like you know like real jake's that kind of thing so I since I can remember would always go and like a play in sessions in pubs unlike lesson and stuff and that's that's kind of its own unseen that is now in the past couple years kind of expanding itself I to be more like encompassing also like kind of folk singing traditional singing you know that kind of world is well that's kind of evolving and they're becoming connected and then there's also like a really healthy like you know sort of any genre you can think of there'd be a healthy scene A and Ireland especially in Dublin City and how is Irish music if I- listeners re this stuff that you're hearing and twenty nineteen maybe different from what we just heard in bear creek core that traditional more traditional sessions Kinda music pick me something from your list maybe an example of what modern Irish music is like well I think maybe release O.`Neil would be a good person start with great and her record and the song titles called Pothole in the sky and so this is original song that Lisa roaches she's a brilliant songwriter but this is her second last album that you're going to hear the album off that is a mostly folk song says she kind of does like like a kind of a similar makes us where it's like folk songs on on like Kinda originals may be children slightly more towards originalist than we are but drawing on folk influences big time and her songwriting.

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Apple's Design Chief Jony Ive to Speak in Dublin With Stephen Fry This June

Mac OS Ken

01:19 min | 2 years ago

Apple's Design Chief Jony Ive to Speak in Dublin With Stephen Fry This June

"Man, Stephen Fry and design guy, Johnny I we're getting together to discuss the life's work of one of them. You'll never guess which one apple insider says the men will meet at Ireland's dull key book festival to talk about some of FRY's. Best comedy. I'm kidding more. Maybe not called the object of language and the language of objects. The peace says the two will share wit and wisdom on a variety of subjects including iphone and other apple products as well as how they have helped change the world. Actually, apple insiders seems to see the abandoned sort of evenly divided given the title the P says it is likely that fries background in acting and writing will lend itself to the object of language section while I will handle the language of objects. Of course, the best way to find out is to go. Apple insider says the event cost thirty euro thirty three dollars and fifty cents per person with a maximum of two tickets per sale. It'll be held in. Dull key approximately thirty minutes from Dublin's city centre at the front marquee at six pm on Saturday the fifteenth of June.

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"dublin city" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"dublin city" Discussed on WTVN

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"dublin city" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"dublin city" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

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SCOTUS upholds Trump's Travel Ban

Bloomberg Markets

02:47 min | 3 years ago

SCOTUS upholds Trump's Travel Ban

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"dublin city" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"dublin city" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The men's department is all together everything i or right by the exit and so we managed to put everything together for you there but when you go to travel with stephanie abrams like the men's department in a department store you will find contact castle there immediately for you apart entry yeah i really thought when we were together and if you just joined us we're talking with stephanie as director of sales and marketing here castle in dublin i really thought that qantar should be the first place we visited and because of its location convenient in your the closest to dublin city centre we are that you can say in an authentic experience is lately and it is with apoptosis on the book at lewes castle stay at some most and as he start as well you know either i couple of nights were chill start little bit either the to be removed from the hustle and bustle yet they're suppose stop at the end of the catholic gates with a service every ten minutes on it takes ten minutes to get time but you have this amazing castle retreat to enjoy before and after now we've never relax generally speaking see the two things in terms of using the castle is a face visits when we have gone to do something or meet friends in dublin city centre we've taken taxis or somebody's picked the shore and we bought the car here when we wanted to go to power cord falls to the law even taking a longer drive or going into weeklong to the and kill their horsey area going to the national spring little baby and the japanese tea garden in there and even a longer trip for days you can easily the way to waterford or to new ross to the and brody famine ship you're on the outskirts you're not starting out in dead center of all the traffic downtown for sure and gives you an opportunity just hop on a road and keep going and the tremendous advantage it is without a tight like we're very close to the fifty the main motorways on our own area is right beside the beginning of the north county coastal route so speaking of the fifty i think we have a toll we need to pay yes i want to remind you.

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"dublin city" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"dublin city" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of the luxury of six foot tall she was very hard to ignore and she was a natural leader and even the men they had a lot of time for her because of their hard work she'd put in in trying to improve the lot of the working class in dublin so she was a natural candidate for one of the constituencies in dublin city centre one of the poorer areas the feminist movement in the suffragette movement did backer to the hilt and she was easily voted in i i guess the story of constance market which is linked to irish nationalism is a good reminder that the were many different factors which played into the history of women's version writes and another factor which we've mentioned in passing was the impact of the first world war the argument being that it was this as much as anything else which led to women in the uk being given that vote there's a lot of debate about how much difference the publicity stunt sometimes violent suffrage jets actually made how much do you think they inspired other women around the world in some cases other women and other countries looked to the suffragettes and able to project themselves as being entirely different from the suffragettes they would say look we are ladylike we are not going to make noises we are not going to smash windows we're not going to do all these awful things that the english women do this is how we we can demonstrate our national guide however there were other women who took the message of the suffragettes a bit further people like doria shafique and her daughters of the nile movement in egypt where after abdul nasser's revolution in the in the nineteen fifties there was no place for women and so dear shafique the daughters of the now staged a hunger strike on.

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"dublin city" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"dublin city" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Hurricane is the owner here hugh this was a long time coming ninetyone years does it feel like you're seeing a little bit of history here this morning listen this is a big day for publicans in ireland and the irish pub has become iconic worldwide and listen to five hundred thousand people arrive into dublin city centre every friday tomorrow and and it's great for us to be able to provide a service where they can have a pint have a bite teas and socialize for the weekend and especially today so does the pub treat here in dublin as you say a very famous trade very important trait for the city particularly in terms of its tourist offering does the industry stunned to make a good amount of money today well we don't because it's the first day of being open but i think at the same time though like you have that amount of people in the city so we're giving them the option if to wanted to visit the irish pub will there's a regular business no ninety percent of the business would be off today because it is known as a holiday here in new good friday so like our friday trade and business was yesterday you know so i think it will be the all the two novelty of course he'd be the first year then as well joan character also with me from the website public dot org or you're going to be marking the occasion john well the evening we sell funding chuck bennett are going to be leading a pub crawler around dublin the first ever good friday pub crawl where we bring people to to four pubs around the city to the on the north side of the city to on the senate side we're going to be reading the rand kind of like a crow half by walking to her half pub crawl where we kind of elaborate on the history of the dublin poll and specifically how it's changed over the ninety one years at the good friday prohibitions been in and kind of talk about some of the ways people used to get around the prohibition both mostly legal as because the word there were some ways to get around.

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"dublin city" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"dublin city" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Hurricane is the owner here hugh this was a long time coming ninetyone years does it feel like you're seeing a little bit of history here this morning listen this is a big day for publicans in ireland and the irish pub has become iconic worldwide and listen to five hundred thousand people arrive into dublin city centre every friday tomorrow and and it's great for us to be able to provide a service where they can have a pint have a bite teas and socialize for the weekend and especially today so does the pub treat here in dublin as you say a very famous trade very important trait for the city particularly in terms of its tourist offering does the industry stunned to make a good amount of money today well we don't because it's the first day of being open but i think at the same time though like you have that amount of people in the city so we're giving them the option if to wanted to visit the irish pub will there's a regular business no ninety percent of the business would be off today because it is known as a holiday here in new good friday so like our friday trade and business was yesterday you know so i think it will be the all the two novelty of course he'd be the first year then as well joan character also with me from the website public dot org or you're going to be marking the occasion john well the evening we sell funding chuck bennett are going to be leading a pub crawler around dublin the first ever good friday pub crawl where we bring people to to four pubs around the city to the on the north side of the city to on the senate side we're going to be reading the rand kind of like a crow half by walking to her half pub crawl where we kind of elaborate on the history of the dublin poll and specifically how it's changed over the ninety one years at the good friday prohibitions been in and kind of talk about some of the ways people used to get around the prohibition both mostly legal as because the word there were some ways to get around.

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"dublin city" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"dublin city" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the global news podcast from the bbc world service i'm jackie leonard and at thirteen hours gmt on friday the thirtieth of march these are on main stories there have been a number of deaths on the border between gaza and israel where palestinians demonstrating the rights to return to ancestoral homes russia has taken further measures against britain in the row over the poisoning of a spy calling for further reductions in the numbers of british diplomats in moscow and kurdish militants in turkey have staged their deadliest attack in months killing pro government security guards also in this podcast the five hundred thousand people arrive into dublin city centre every friday tomorrow and it's great for us to be able to provide a service where they can have a pint have a bite teas and socialized for the weekend especially today we've is it an irish pub on the first good friday in more than ninety years that they've been allowed to serve drinks clashes have broken out between palestinians and isreaeli soldiers at the fence which separates the gaza strip and israel thousands of palestinians have gathered for a sixweek protest called to mark that amand for a return to ancestoral land now inside israel as we record this podcast we're hearing that at least five demonstrators have been killed and many more have been wounded israel says protesters have been hurling stones and burning tires before the demonstrations began this guy's resident told us why he's taking part my name is hattie a living gaza city a married with two little beautiful sons and i'm a teacher actually palestinians over many years have lost a lot of things and i think that the point where holliston halcion's have nothing else to lose land is really taking if you talk about gaza it's the biggest open air.

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"dublin city" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"dublin city" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the global news podcast from the bbc world service i'm jackie leonard and at thirteen hours gmt on friday the thirtieth of march these are on main stories there have been a number of deaths on the border between gaza and israel where palestinians demonstrating the rights to return to ancestoral homes russia has taken further measures against britain in the row over the poisoning of a spy calling for further reductions in the numbers of british diplomats in moscow and kurdish militants in turkey have staged their deadliest attack in months killing pro government security guards also in this podcast the five hundred thousand people arrive into dublin city centre every friday tomorrow and it's great for us to be able to provide a service where they can have a pint have a bite teas and socialized for the weekend especially today we've is it an irish pub on the first good friday in more than ninety years that they've been allowed to serve drinks clashes have broken out between palestinians and isreaeli soldiers at the fence which separates the gaza strip and israel thousands of palestinians have gathered for a sixweek protest called to mark that amand for a return to ancestoral land now inside israel as we record this podcast we're hearing that at least five demonstrators have been killed and many more have been wounded israel says protesters have been hurling stones and burning tires before the demonstrations began this guy's resident told us why he's taking part my name is hattie a living gaza city a married with two little beautiful sons and i'm a teacher actually palestinians over many years have lost a lot of things and i think that the point where holliston halcion's have nothing else to lose land is really taking if you talk about gaza it's the biggest open air.

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