Author Archive: Patti Jackson

Patti Jackson is a recovering food service professional who is currently hiding out in Dublin when she's not drinking her way through Europe.

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One Neighborhood, Five Pubs — The Steyne, Dublin 2

| August 1, 2012 | 1 Comment

  My neighborhood doesn’t seem to have a modern name, and like most neighborhoods in Dublin, it is identified by the closest pub. There are probably fifteen pubs within a three-block radius of my apartment. For my own purposes I am going to use the 13th-century name for it, The Steyne, though at that time […]

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One Neighborhood, Five Things — Indre By, Copenhagen

| July 17, 2012 | 2 Comments

The Danish capital of Copenhagen is a mini-metropolis that easily surpasses nearly every city in the world in aspects of livability. The Danes are famous for their food, for their environmental sensitivity, for their open and diverse culture, for their sense of design, and for their continuing pursuit of science. And if all of this […]

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