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Arthur’s Day, a holiday for Guinness

September 27th is an unofficial holiday in Ireland- it’s Arthur’s Day. A national celebration to honor the man who founded the most famous thing to come from Ireland back in 1759…Guinness of course! Today Guinness is brewed in nearly 60 nations around the world, including countries like Nigeria (shh, Guinness *or better yet, British drink…

Driving the Rocky Mountain National Park

One of the absolute highlights of the United States is the Rocky Mountains (though technically we share them with Canada). A drive through snow capped mountains with lovely valleys and streams beats the monotony of a flat drive any day of the week. If you find yourself in the Colorado Rockies there is a myriad of…

Treats at Cork English Market Buck the Stereotype of Lackluster Irish Food

No trip to Ireland’s 3rd largest city and arguably its culinary capital is complete without a trip to their famed English Market. While the town is filled with wonderful dining choices, treats at Cork English Market kick any stereotypes about bland Irish eating. The market has a huge selection of delicious fresh made items including…