THE St. Patricks Cathedral -- in Dublin, Ireland. It's where St. Patrick first baptized Christians in Ireland in 400 A.D.
Dave learned the pub is not only a place to drink in Ireland; it's also an meeting place for people to socialize, listen to great music, and dance.
Pubs and Community
Pubs, like the Cobblestone, are everywhere in Dublin. It's a place to drink, meet, eat, sing, dance, and celebrate. Ask a Dubliner and they'll tell you, "Everything is better once you get to the pub."
Dave says the pub music in Ireland is "Not, U2. Not Van Morrison. Not Enya." Traditional Irish music, he says are jigs and reels. With pipes, fiddles, and flutes - the music sounds like nothing else you've ever heard!
Meeting Up at the Pub
People socializing at a pub in Dublin, wearing their St. Patrick's Day hats.
The Iolainn pipes, played by Neilli Mulligan, one Ireland's foremost pipers. He comes from a dynasty of Irish traditional musicians. The instrument itself has been played in its current form since the mid-1700s.
A Way of Life
This man told Price going to the pub is part of "a way of life."
Traditional Irish Tunes
This violinist played a traditional Irish reel in a Dublin pub.