SullivanC
@sullivanc

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Ireland

Posted by @sullivanc, Tue, Mar 14 2:48pm

Anyone been to Ireland and would like to share some advise?

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Treasure Ransom
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Posted by @transom, Wed, Mar 15 1:58pm

Ireland sound amazing, @sullivanc! Are you planning a trip to Ireland soon?


SullivanC
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Posted by @sullivanc, Wed, Mar 15 2:01pm

Thinking about it for either 2018 or 2019.


Barb Rechtzigel, moderator
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Posted by @BRechtzigel, Wed, Mar 15 2:05pm

You have hit upon one of my bucket list items, but unfortunately I haven’t been there yet. I have been told that Ireland is spectacular in Spring!


SullivanC
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Posted by @sullivanc, Wed, Mar 15 2:07pm

It’s on our bucket list as well. Hoping to go in 2018 or 2019.


Natalie Reinardy
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Posted by @nreinardy, Mon, Mar 20 4:21pm

My husband and I spent 8 days in Ireland in Oct 2016. This is truly a beautiful place. We decided to chart our own path and rented a car. If you do this – listen to all the advice out online! Smaller the car the better, they drive primarily manual, roads are narrow and speedy, and they drive on the left 🙂 We toured mostly the southern parts of Ireland and then we took a train to Belfast in Northern Ireland. Dublin ->Kilkenny ->Killarney -> Galway ->Dublin -> Belfast. We toured so many castles, churches, and other great standards like Cliffs of Moher, Ring of Kerry, and Guinness Storehouse! I’m happy to answer any questions you have or give you my perspective on visiting certain towns.

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