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The Roost - Maynooth's busiest pub
Ireland

Here's a view inside Maynooth's biggest pub, The Roost. Well, at least it can be the busiest. But it's the biggest for sure. And most of the students' favourite. But then, there's 9 other pubs in Maynooth as well ...

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Uploaded: 25/02/2010
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Tags: maynooth; kildare; ireland; main street; roost; pub; bar; drink; drinks; food; students; lounge
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