Travel Blogs from Ireland

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Connemara, Oysters, and Blarney-- oh my!, Galway, Ireland travel blog

Connemara, Oysters, and Blarney-- oh my!

A travel blog entry by caitk

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... me busy with work! We went to Spanish Arch for the Galway International Oyster Festival kick off—they announced who was representing Ireland in the International Oyster Opening Competition (yes, it is a big deal!) and had a live band. We stopped by ...

Watch your head!, Athlone, Ireland travel blog

Watch your head!

A travel blog entry by markturner

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... Usain Bolt win the 100m final. We finally settled down quite early in the evening and hit the hay for our final leg of our Ireland road trip. It was a funny sleeping arrangement as we only had single beds in each room and each room only had 2, so Holly ...

Belfast, NI, Belfast, United Kingdom travel blog

Belfast, NI

A travel blog entry by wolfsea

I arrived first, so I had another coffee. Awaiting my mate Runar, who flew in from Oslo. A whole hour passed and then he arrived. We got onto the bus and rode it into Belfast Centrum. After much back and forth we finally found our carrental office, which ...

Dublin the second time, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin the second time

A travel blog entry by jedhuggett

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We court two buses from derry back to dublin. We a had a go at falling asleep as we had been up all night. The following day we decided to do hop on hop off buss tour. You pay ya money and get on the bus and get taken around the sights of dublin.  ...

Day 4: Downpatrick, Mt. Stewart House and Belfast, Belfast, United Kingdom travel blog

Day 4: Downpatrick, Mt. Stewart House and Belfast

A travel blog entry by angiekayaks

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... doubt we would have noticed that we were now in another country! Its really great to see the demilitarization of Northern Ireland, nothing puts a tourist off quite like security checkpoints! The scenery remained the same as in the Republic, rolling green ...

Day 5: Belfast, 9 Glens, Giant's Causeway & Derry, Derry, United Kingdom travel blog

Day 5: Belfast, 9 Glens, Giant's Causeway & Derry

A travel blog entry by angiekayaks

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... republicans) refer to the city as Derry and the county as Derry as it was called before the British occupation of Northern Ireland. The Protestants (loyalists and unionists) refer to the city as Londonderry. There is quite a bit of confusion as to what ...

Royal County Down, Newcastle, Ireland travel blog

Royal County Down

A travel blog entry by paulstueven

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Monday brings our first extended drive to play Royal County Down. The trip was about two and a half hours from home. RCD is a fabulous links course located in the northeast in Newcastle. To say it is difficult is an understatement. So far we have yet ...

Rocks, rocks everywhere!, Spiddal, Ireland travel blog

Rocks, rocks everywhere!

A travel blog entry by rovingwerners

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This morning we had a wonderful breakfast of Susan Daly’s French toast and chatted with the others in our breakfast room. We met people from Connecticut, Arizona, and California and had fun sharing our travel stories. Then it was time to get into ...

Free Day/Group hill climb up Ballydavid Head, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Free Day/Group hill climb up Ballydavid Head

A travel blog entry by giarratanom234

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The last day in Dingle was a free day to shop, relax, or participate in a group hike up Ceann Bhaile Dháith or Ballydavid Head. We had breakfast at the Treehouse Cafe with John and 2 students. Did some last minute shopping and bought sandwiches ...

Belfast is better than Dublin!, Belfast, United Kingdom travel blog

Belfast is better than Dublin!

A travel blog entry by morada2007

Belfast has impressed me so much more than Dublin.  I liked Dublin a lot though.  I really like the character of Belfast.  Jake is loving it as well.  Beautiful city.  Easy to navigate walking and driving.  Caught the ...

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