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Old 11-19-2004, 09:48 PM   #16
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I wish they'd let people move there more easily....I'd love to move out there.
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Old 11-20-2004, 04:28 AM   #17
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It's also rainey there.
Nah, it hasn't rained in a few days now. It did snow though.
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Nah, it hasn't rained in a few days now. It did snow though.
How often does it snow?

Snows here from November to April.
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Old 11-20-2004, 08:53 AM   #19
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How often does it snow?

Snows here from November to April.
That's why i never want to live north of D.C.!
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And, as for Americans trying to go abroad, good luck: the EU is an organized lock box, unless you've got relatives or marry an EU citizen.
It IS difficult, but they are ways of getting a foot in the door (as a student, temporary work visas, etc.). It was much easier for me to get married and stay in the UK than it would have been to bring my husband to the US.
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Old 11-20-2004, 10:36 AM   #21
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When I go to college I plan to study abroad in Ireland.
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Old 11-20-2004, 12:05 PM   #22
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How often does it snow?

Snows here from November to April.
It usually snows around Christmas and maybe in Jan/ Feburary. We might get about 2 or 3 weeks of snow, it's never really that bad. Its bitterly cold this week and it has been mild up until now.

U2democrat, there are a lot of American students doing a years studying at our university.
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I'm glad that Ireland is number 1 - it really is a wonderful country , but...

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...relatively small European countries, Sweden, Italy, Denmark, and Spain, placed higher, all appearing within the top 10.
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It usually snows around Christmas and maybe in Jan/ Feburary. We might get about 2 or 3 weeks of snow, it's never really that bad. Its bitterly cold this week and it has been mild up until now.

U2democrat, there are a lot of American students doing a years studying at our university.
Which university is that?
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Queen's University Belfast

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Thanks for the link!
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Welcome. My Mum studied politics there. she said the political debates were "ferocious". Shewent to university with some of the politicians invovled in the peace process and worked with them during the elections one year.
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Welcome. My Mum studied politics there. she said the political debates were "ferocious". Shewent to university with some of the politicians invovled in the peace process and worked with them during the elections one year.
awesome!
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With our history I couldn't really say studying politics here could be even slightly boring. My Mum loved it.
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