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Top Ten Tips for Traveling to Ireland

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Exploring the Cliffs of Insanity Moher

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Exploring Ireland’s Dingle Peninsula

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Kissing the Blarney Stone

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Exploring the Rock of Cashel

Because train travel isn’t quite as cheap and convenient in Ireland as it is in other parts of Europe, Leslie and I decided to rent a car. After picking up

Exploring Dublin, Ireland

When I left Newcastle, the one thing that made it bearable was the fact that the plane I was on was bound not for the US, but for Dublin. And

Exploring the Castles of Ireland

I started day two of our trip to Ireland with blood sausage. It was far less disgusting than I actually expected—not delicious by any means, but it wasn’t awful. After

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