Saving tourism sector now an - emergency'
Saving tourism sector now an 'emergency' Anna Marie Flynn A MAYO hotelier has called on the Government to take emergency action to salvage the Irish tourism sector and to thwart the consistent drop in visitor numbers.
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#1 Nov 1, 2009
You did the same thing the US. has done. When I check into a hotel,stop to eat or shop I want to be around and hear the Irish people. Most americans go to Ireland for the connection to family roots of somekind. How sad it is not to have that type of experience that was so common in the past. You have the greatest. kindest and nicest people in the world. Get them back in places and never mind the cheap labor
Since: Nov 08
#2 Nov 1, 2009
I wholeheartedly agree with you Don. Unfortunately the Irish are so money mad now that I doubt this will ever happen! I regret to inform you that Ireland is gone, she was eaten alive and shat out by the European Union. Resistance was futile and for the most part never happened so we have been assimilated.
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