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    The Rock of Cashel
    The Cliffs of Moher
    The Giants Causeway
    The Carrick a Rede Rope Bridge
    Bushmills
    Monasterboice
    Bru Na Boinne - Newgrange is nice but Knowth is much cooler
    Galway City
    Glendalough
    Catch a show at Bunratty Castle
    Malachy Kearns Bodhráns / Roundstone Musical Instruments Connemara
    Go golfing at a Links Course
    Clonmacnoise
    Dublin Trinity College
    Book of Kells
    Kilmainham Gaol tour (when possible) or Powerscourt Gardens
    Belfast Titanic Site

    It's a bit of driving, but well worth the tour. We did all this in a two week stay. We rented a cottage in the hills outside Dublin the first week, and another near Galway for the second week. Most of all have fun. Do some research before you go. Try to avoid the tourist traps like Blarney Castle (look up what the locals think) and the Guinness Brewery in Dublin. If you want a Guinnesss, go to a good pub and hang with the locals. If you get a chance to catch a sporting event: Rugby, Irish Football, Hurling, Horse Racing, etc. go have fun. about 5 years ago

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    Fleur. My husband and I will be going,to Ireland,in oct. would you tell me please the cottage you stayed in for the week outside Dublin and if it was nice.
    Thankyou almost 5 years ago

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    Harvey's Point,
    The Killarney Park Hotel,
    The Merrion Hotel,
    Richmond House,
    Castle Leslie Estate.
    Visit jerseytravelservice.co.uk! over 4 years ago

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