Whether you’re a Tolkien fan, or a Hobbitual drinker, this is good news for you. Just don’t get Legolas. How we didn’t know that there was a Lord of the Rings themed bar in Ireland I’ll never know. The Shire in Killarney opened in 2014 and is a very very unique spot. You […]read more
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