Autumn Postcards From Ireland
Nov16

Autumn Postcards From Ireland

Read about Autumn In Ireland Real Postcards From Ireland   © 2013 Michele Erdvig Web: IrelandYes.com Book: Ireland Dream Trip FREE Ireland Travel Forum Enjoy this post?If so, join our list of e-newsletter subscribers. You’ll receive our favorite news stories on Irish travel and culture delivered to your...

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The Amateur Traveler Goes to Ireland – AUDIO
Nov11

The Amateur Traveler Goes to Ireland – AUDIO

Veteran podcaster, Chris Christensen talks about his recent trip to Kilkenny, Cashel, Dingle, the Cliffs of Moher, and the Burren. You can have a listen below and visit the show notes at Amateur Traveler. http://media.amateurtraveler.com/amtravmp3/390AmateurTraveler.mp3   Enjoy this post?If so, join our list of e-newsletter subscribers. You’ll receive our favorite news stories on Irish travel and culture delivered to your...

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Exploring the Magnificent Skellig Islands
Sep23

Exploring the Magnificent Skellig Islands

Submitted by Ross: If you happen to be in the South West of Ireland exploring the history, mountains, lakes, and jagged coastline, then one place has it all, the Skellig Islands. These two small islands situated off the County Kerry coast are as beautiful as they are fascinating. The harshness of the landscape, the steepness of the rocks weren’t enough to deter monks to live there as penance for centuries. The Skellig Islands are just...

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Spectacular! Limerick’s King John’s Castle Gets a €5.7 Million Makeover
Jul09

Spectacular! Limerick’s King John’s Castle Gets a €5.7 Million Makeover

Dramatic illustrations by David Rooney set the tone… “this is not a fairytale castle!” In fact the new interpretive centre added to the buildings adjacent to King John’s Castle in Limerick don’t shy away from the site’s violent past. It wears it like a badge of honor; after all, it only emphasizes the city’s coveted location on the Shannon River. While the exhibits rely on the familiar tricks...

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Serendipity on Tap: A Wedding Anniversary in Ireland that Was Meant to Be
Jun10

Serendipity on Tap: A Wedding Anniversary in Ireland that Was Meant to Be

This, I thought as we stepped into the quiet pub in Adare, County Limerick, must be a sign. Of the only five patrons, four wore charcoal tails, with bow-ties untied, and sat in a semi-circle anchored at the bar. The eldest among this group, a dignified-looking older man with a sharp part in his grey hair, stiffly nursed his pint. The others, much younger, squirmed like students starting an exam they didn’t study for. They...

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Ireland in Bloom
Jun01

Ireland in Bloom

This weekend Dublin hosts Ireland’s biggest gardening event called BLOOM IN THE PARK. As much as I would love to be there, I won’t be arriving for a few more weeks, so I poked around for garden festivals going on this summer. Tralee Garden Festival www.holidaytralee.com/garden_festival.html 15 June – 17 June Galway Garden Festival www.galwaygardenfestival.com 14 July – 15 July Carlow Garden Festival...

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