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Have you been or are you going to visit Ireland. Drop by with your tales and advice and questions and let the community know!

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Started by udmar alves garcia. Last reply by Alan Fanning Apr 16, 2009. 22 Replies

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Comment by Mara on July 26, 2009 at 5:12
Heading to the West Coast of Irelandwithin the year. I am looking for help in finding fun things to do. Must sees, ya know? Connemara is where I am headed but I will be all along the coast.
Comment by Mike Hays on April 16, 2009 at 0:31
I'm planning to visit Ireland, probably in July. I'm thinking of a tour for about a week and then going off on my own to a festival. Two in the general time frame was Mary from Dungloe, which has the advantage of scenary, or puck fair. Does anyone have any suggestions or comments on these two or any other??? Mike
Comment by Mic on March 25, 2009 at 17:42
We went to Irleand, very last minute, last summer. Did the CIE tour which was fantastic for us. Hop on the coach tour around, sight see, get history and entertainment from the driver. At the end of the day pull right up to the motel and the bags are delivered to our rooms. Reverse process in the mornings. I learned so much Irish History..well, actually what I learned made me realize how MUCH I wanted to learn. For a first time trip, we saw so much. I have a relative who has had a cottage in Galway for 40 yrs. He said I saw more in my one week than he has in all his years of visiting.
Comment by Alan Fanning on February 8, 2009 at 11:00
I also collect comments and tales about Dublin visitors experiences maybe I can share them here?
See my profile for some details about me.
Comment by KellydeBarry on December 30, 2008 at 0:44
When we went we were truly amazed at how small the roads were and how fast everyone drove, but, after awhile i found hubby driving just as fast and loving roundabouts. He says we need some in Idaho and I told him no, we need to move back to where are grandparents and great grandparents lived, he agreed. He has been working on getting is citizenship for many years (6) now as it seems to be a slow process when your grandmothers name is Murphy, almost as bad as trying to find a John Joseph Barry. We are getting closer and can't wait to move home to Ireland, we absolutely loved being there and have made some wonderful friends.
Comment by Quig on May 11, 2008 at 0:44
I have to weave between the little squirrels in the early morning, as I cycle up the Lagan towpath, they are quite fearless.
Comment by Felicia on March 27, 2008 at 15:12
I am looking forward to posting as we travel to Ireland this summer, and reading oyur stories.

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