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  • Budapest St Patrick’s Day Parade

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    2019 Grateful 42 – Celebrating St Patrick

    St Patrick’s Day in Budapest has a long lead-up. From the Embassy’s National Day celebrations on Wednesday evening to the IHBC gala dinner on Saturday

    Budapest

    The Greening of Budapest

    St Patrick’s Day this year falls on a Sunday, which is perfect for the St Patrick’s Day Parade, the ninth annual gathering of painted faces

    Budapest

    With a nod to all things Irish

    When 1 March dawned this year, Ireland was covered in a blanket of white. Fast-forward a couple of weeks later, all thoughts are turning to

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    2017 Grateful 41

    My, my, my. What a week that was. I’d say there are a lot of sore heads in Budapest this morning and a lot of

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    Doing St Patrick proud

    What started off in March 2006 as a bunch of people with a shared affinity for Ireland and being Irish getting together for dinner has

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    How I could have held my head high and called myself Irish when there’s so much that I didn’t know about St Patrick is beyond

    Pageantry and pomp

    I’m not one given to pageantry. I have little time for pomp and ceremony. I dread networking events and am allergic to structured meet and

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