All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Republic of Ireland’

Galway – Ireland

Galway – Ireland

Capital of Festivals, from the Arts to Oysters Poised at the very edge of Europe and in the heart of …

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Connemara – Galway, Ireland

Connemara – Galway, Ireland

Yeats’s Terrible Beauty Connemara is difficult to pinpoint: it is not a town or a valley, but a ruggedly poetic …

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Cashel House Hotel – Cashel, Galway, Ireland

Cashel House Hotel – Cashel, Galway, Ireland

A Cozy, Romantic Hideaway in the Rugged Beauty of Connemara A trip through the singular beauty of Connemara comes to …

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Aran Islands – Galway, Ireland

Aran Islands – Galway, Ireland

Windswept Outposts of Gaelic Culture and Language With an ever-dwindling population (now about 1,500), the trio of wind­blown Aran Islands …

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The Shelbourne – Dublin, Ireland

The Shelbourne – Dublin, Ireland

In a Class by Itself Just as the once sleepy Dublin continues its renaissance, so does its favorite old dowager …

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Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud – Dublin, Ireland

Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud – Dublin, Ireland

Classic Irish with a French Twist Dublin has every reason to be proud of the French-owned and-run Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud: …

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Pubs and St. Patrick’s Festival – Dublin, Ireland

Pubs and St. Patrick’s Festival – Dublin, Ireland

To Your Health: Slainte! Traditional or newly cosmopolitan, Dublin’s greatest asset has always been its people, and their gifts of …

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The Book of Kells – Dublin, Ireland

The Book of Kells – Dublin, Ireland

The World’s Most Beautiful Tome Ireland’s oldest university, Trinity College, is home to the 9th-century illumi­nated Book of Kells. Founded …

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Bloomsday – Dublin, Ireland

Bloomsday – Dublin, Ireland

A Wandering Homage to James Joyce, Dubliner Extraordinaire In 1922, at the age of forty, revered Irish novelist James Joyce …

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Glenveagh National Park – Donegal, Ireland

Glenveagh National Park – Donegal, Ireland

Majestic Wilderness in the Island’s Northernmost Fringe Rural, isolated, rugged, and always breathtaking, Donegal—Ireland’s northernmost county—has a distinctive, top-o’-the-world feel. …

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