Travel Blogs from Ireland

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St. Paddy's Day and the Trad Festival, Limerick, Ireland travel blog

St. Paddy's Day and the Trad Festival

A travel blog entry by pckujawa

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... trad (traditional) music. Then we hoofed it down to good old Dolan's Pub to listen to more trad and watch the Rugby game (Ireland v. Italy, and Ireland beat down big time). Pints were drank and good times were had by all. So I guess I can't say that I ...

Ballybunion - Old Course, Ballybunion, Ireland travel blog

Ballybunion - Old Course

A travel blog entry by paulstueven

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Thursday brought the infamous Ballybunion Old Course. Located an hour and fifteen minutes Northwest from our hotel. Situated in a very shallow harbor, there was virtually no protection from the winds both Thursday and Friday when we played their 'new' ...

Final Day, Belfast, United Kingdom travel blog

Final Day

A travel blog entry by sproutfamily

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Hello, We spent our final day going from "eleven o'clock" (Dunfanaghy) on the island to “three o’clock” (Dublin). This drive took us by the Giants’ Causeway, an amazing geological feature, and Belfast. The Giants Causeway ...

Paddys Day in Dublin!, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Paddys Day in Dublin!

A travel blog entry by katevoss

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Friday 16th March To be continued… After a calm, non eventful but eye-spy filled 2 hours we arrived back in Dublin, dropped bags off at hostel and drove back to car hire place. Unfortunately it wasn't quite as easy done as said… the trip ...

St Patrick's Day - the way it should be, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

St Patrick's Day - the way it should be

A travel blog entry by ajoverseas

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Having found our feet in London, we flew Ryanair to Dublin for St Patrick's Day - yay Ireland!!! We spent an awesome weekend with Jamie's mate Stephen, Paul and Caitriona enjoying their wonderful Irish hospitality and, of course, a few ...

Better weather than expected in Ireland, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Better weather than expected in Ireland

A travel blog entry by goodner

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... .  Majestic, intimidating, and green, the Cliffs lived up to their reputation as one of the major natural attractions of Ireland.  Substantial varieties of wildlife live there, and we could see masses of birds circling hundreds of feet below us, ...

Blarney rubble, Cork, Ireland travel blog

Blarney rubble

A travel blog entry by andrewjerome

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... have to revisit Ireland and do it next time.   Killarney was where we went for our lunch stop. Another great thing about Ireland is the soups they serve – they cost bugger all, are perfect for the weather and keep you going until dinner. And ...

Dublintracking, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublintracking

A travel blog entry by andrewjerome

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After a late sleep-in after last night, we panicked that we wouldn't be able to return the rental car in time. The host of the B & B graciously provided a huge breakfast before we threw everything into the car, wondering how we would arrive in Dublin ...

Mornings of joy to drear afternoons of hard slog, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Mornings of joy to drear afternoons of hard slog

A travel blog entry by perigranati

Anascaul to Dingle, Sunday We would normally be in church on Sunday mornings.  Today we sit on rocks in the small cove at Minard and say morning office from Celtic Daily Prayer.  We sing our praises to our King and Saviour.  Thank ...

The South Pole poses a question, Anascaul, Ireland travel blog

The South Pole poses a question

A travel blog entry by perigranati

Anascaul, Sunday morning Were I at home I would now be putting out the chairs for church in the sports hall where our church community meets.  Last night I was at the South Pole - one of the pubs in Anascaul, so called in memory of Tom Crane, a ...

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