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Kinsale is steeped in history and packed with enough restaurants to sate any appetite When visiting a foreign city, many tourists orientate themselves by taking one of those ubiquitous bus tours. Thi

30th October, 2011
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Kinsale is steeped in history and packed with enough restaurants to sate any appetite

When visiting a foreign city, many tourists orientate themselves by taking one of those ubiquitous bus tours. This is sensible enough, as you get a grand sweep of a city as well as a bit of history and culture.

For some reason we Irish rarely do the same in our own cities, let alone take a tour of a small town...

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