2024 Ireland Trip


St. Patrick's Day Parade - Dublin

2024 DRAFT Itinerary*
2024 Ireland Trip Enrollment Form*

Video Order Form* (2016) Pictures from 2012 Trip Pictures from 2012 Trip - Album 2
The John F Kennedy Marching band - Nenagh 2012 Highlights of Nenagh St. Patricks day 2011 Dublin Parade Route*
2012 Shamrock Regiment in Dublin Some pictures from Ireland Trip 2012
Flickr Photo Group
Ireland (Wikipedia)
Republic of Ireland (Wikipedia) Ireland Atlas (Wikipedia)
Dublin & Mespil Hotel Nenagh
Malahide and The Grand Hotel Galway
RTE Live
How to Get a Passport 1987 Shamrock Regiment in Dublin St. Patrick's Festival
History of St. Patrick's Day Dublin Parade Pictures (2008)
Ireland Trip - Departing (2008)
Nenagh Parade Pictures (2008) Candid Shot Pictures (2008)
Bon Voyage Concert (2008)
Shadow Tour Pictures (2008) ST. PATRICKS DAY PARADE 2008 (video)
Pictures from 2004 Ireland Trip
Saint Patrick's Day 2008 Dublin (video) Weather in Ireland Map of Ireland
CIA World Factbook - Ireland Ireland Facts Cronin's Coaches

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St. Patrick's
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Shamrock Regiment Dublin Ireland St.
                            Patrick's Parade 2012

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St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2004 - Dublin, Ireland

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