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Unlike today, when Dublin gets more than four million visitors per year, in the dark days of the early 1990s regular tourists here were few and far between.

1st April, 2006

Unlike today, when Dublin gets more than four million visitors per year, in the dark days of the early 1990s regular tourists here were few and far between. However there was one bunch who came loyally - almost very weekend. They came to shop because - weird as it may sound now – Dublin was far cheaper than their home town.

They also came to drink because, again, Ireland was a much cheaper place to...

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