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St. Patrick's Day @ Manor Mills
Ireland

And here's another photo from St. Patrick's Day in Maynooth --- some funny face painting for the kids, so they drag their parents into the shopping centre ;-)

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Tags: maynooth; kildare; ireland; manor mills; shopping centre; shopping ; face painting; kids; fun; st patricks day; patricks; paddy
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