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How did you celebrate St. Patrick's Day?

How did you celebrate St. Patrick's Day?

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St. Patrick's Day 2019 was a great success, with parades and greenings all over the world, and it would be great to see how everyone celebrated this special day! 

Please feel free to share pictures, stories and videos of your St. Patrick's Day celebrations, parades, costumes, food and everything else green here! :) 

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Posted Mon 18 Mar 2019 3:23 PM
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Een hele leuke avond uit gehad in cafe De Noot in Amersfoort, waar The Ol' Foxes het publiek 4 uur lang op de benen hebben gehouden!


Posted Mon 18 Mar 2019 6:26 PM
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I've celebrated St. Patrick's Day all over the world -- from the US to France to Japan.  There's something really lovely about connecting with people around the globe, all because of our shared love of Ireland.

This year, I had the good fortune of enjoying the holiday in Galway. There was an amazing atmosphere throughout the weekend, and I particularly loved the feeling in the streets -- joyous people, live music and even the Irish dancer, Emma O'Sullivan, tapping along Shop Street. 

Ireland is wonderful year-round, but this weekend was something special... 

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Posted Mon 18 Mar 2019 8:53 PM
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In Derry there was the Spring Carnival parade where performers and dancers, walking through the historic streets, have brought some 'craic' (fun) into the Walled City. 

After the parade, having an empty stomach, my friends and I headed to the food market at the Guildhall square. 


There was a great range of freshly-prepared street food, from burgers, to pizza and delicious cakes, all made with local products. 
The fish & chips was on the list of things to try! Mouth-watering, isn't it?


The party wasn't over yet, we needed to celebrate St Patrick's Day with a pint. The choice went for the Guildhall Taphouse, a nice bar with a quirky decor and great live music. Slàinte!



Posted Tue 19 Mar 2019 12:30 AM
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Este año decidí celebrar San Patricio en Belfast, ¡Y no podía haber elegido mejor!

El desfile fue increíble, lleno de gente de diferentes nacionalidades, bandas de música y bailarines que llenaron la ciudad de ritmo y color. Gente de todas las edades disfrutaron de la fiesta y por supuesto ¡vistiendo algo verde!

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Y después del desfile, ¡qué puede ser mejor que disfrutar de un pastel de ternera y Guinness!

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Posted Tue 19 Mar 2019 8:08 PM
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