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Dublin, Ireland

Postby Enticer » September 25th, 2013, 2:12 am

Traveled to Dublin and west coast of Ireland for sightseeing and to see Roger Waters perform The Wall Live.

The show was incredible...15 rows from the stage. The greatest show I have ever seen or will see....

The people of Europe are very nice, very friendly....Irish and European women were all very friendly and sweet...

The women of Spain and eastern Europe were by far the most beautiful...

It was a great trip...

That is all... 8)
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Re: Dublin, Ireland

Postby zboy1 » September 25th, 2013, 5:00 am

Enticer wrote:Traveled to Dublin and west coast of Ireland for sightseeing and to see Roger Waters perform The Wall Live.

The show was incredible...15 rows from the stage. The greatest show I have ever seen or will see....

The people of Europe are very nice, very friendly....Irish and European women were all very friendly and sweet...

The women of Spain and eastern Europe were by far the most beautiful...

It was a great trip...

That is all... 8)


Can you write a more in-depth trip report please? Thanks...I'm sure other people would be greatly interested in your trip report and would like to know more...

And as for my personal experiences with females in Western Europe, I found Irish girls to be pretty but somewhat hostile to Asian men. Same with most other European women except for French and German girls.

I found English girls to be the absolute worst followed closely by Dutch and Scandinavian women. English girls, in some cases, are worse than American girls (if you can believe it!). Biggest bunch of skanks, drunkards, and trash this side of Europe. I found Dutch girls to be very attractive but very snobby, and Scandinavian chicks to be very boring, very feminist, and very politically correct--or at least the ones I met during my time in Europe.

As for Ireland itself, I really enjoyed going to the pubs and having a good time there--especially in Dublin. It's a very interesting city, to say the least, and my favorite part of the trip was touring the The Old Jameson Distillery (and getting free samples at the end of the tour).

In case you're wondering, I served in the Air Force for 4+years and was stationed in Europe for a couple of years. That's why I have some experience in traveling to Europe and commenting on some Europe-related threads. It was a very interesting experience to say the least...
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Re: Dublin, Ireland

Postby Jester » September 26th, 2013, 12:32 am

Enticer wrote:Traveled to Dublin and west coast of Ireland for sightseeing and to see Roger Waters perform The Wall Live.

The show was incredible...15 rows from the stage. The greatest show I have ever seen or will see....

The people of Europe are very nice, very friendly....Irish and European women were all very friendly and sweet...

The women of Spain and eastern Europe were by far the most beautiful...

It was a great trip...

That is all... 8)


Welcome to HA and thanks for a great OP.

Echoing ZBoy.. please tell us more!
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Postby Enticer » October 1st, 2013, 8:18 pm

will post more of a story and some pics if i can figure out how to load them up..
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Re: Dublin, Ireland

Postby Rebecca1234 » January 3rd, 2015, 10:24 am

Enticer! You are in superb and a must see place. It looks really nice that you have great interest in such kind of things. I have never been to Dubin but heard a lot about it from my cousin, and yes if you are in Dublin than don't forget to visit Kilmainham Jail, The Little Museum of Dublin, Abbey Theatre and Bored Gais Energy Theatre.
What about the new york to canada niagara falls?
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Re: Dublin, Ireland

Postby Nami321 » January 3rd, 2015, 10:40 am

That is a superb information about Dubin. I never visited there in my all tout and totally unfamiliar about it. These attractions are sound interesting and informative for me. I will visit in Kilmainham Jail place in the next month. I am totally unknown about it. Can you share sufficient information about it in details with images?
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Re: Dublin, Ireland

Postby Cornfed » January 3rd, 2015, 11:13 am

FFS can Winston not ban these spambots.
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