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    • Charlie's Bar

      Cork 8 hours ago

      I visited Charlie's Bar back in the early 80's. I would like to go back there if it is still open. I'm from Texas and hope to make a trip to Ireland in 2015. A visit to Cork is in my plans. Who can tell me about Charlie's Bar?

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      Where to go at night (particularly interested in Christmas night)

      Dublin Dec 9, 2014 at 2:47 AM

      We (me and my wife) are going to visit Dublin from 21st of December to 28th of December. We don't know where to go at Christmas Eve and at Christmas. We want to go to some pub os something alike and celebrate with other people to feel the Spirit of Christmas.
      We are not Irish :)

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    • Planning the first trip

      Ireland Dec 7, 2014 at 10:55 AM

      My wife, teenage son and myself are planning a trip to Ireland for June of 2015. This will be our first trip to Ireland, and we're looking for any advice that would help us not make the usual mistakes common for first-time visitors.

      Our basic itinerary, as things stand now:

      * Dublin; 3 nights, arriving on a Sunday and departing Wednesday
      * Cork; 1 night
      * Killarney; 2 nights
      * Galway; 2 nights

      We'd be especially interested in understanding if we are allocating too much or little time in any particular area- I've a nagging thought that the 3d night in Dublin might be better spent elsewhere.

      Our plan is to travel by rental car between cities. We're arriving at Dublin and departing from Shannon- again, as things are planned right now.

      Any suggestions of places to visit outside of the standard "must see" attractions would be very welcome.

      Thanks in advance for any and all responses.

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    • Great place to settle in Ireland for a few years with 3 preschool toddlers

      Ireland Dec 12, 2014 at 9:35 AM

      We're traveling to Ireland for one to three years and want to set up in a small kid friendly town or quiet neighborhood of a city. We're partial to beaches over mountains, but with three kids we work from home (slow internet is fine) and stay close to home. So things like nightlife, restaurants, etc are all nice to have, but really not part of our equation. We'd trade a more kid friendly spot for one single adults might desire.

      As for the neighborhood, I think many of us have a common vision of an idyllic child-friendly town or neighborhood. It would have people of all ages, and be as diverse as possible in Ireland. It would not be too crowded, nor too spread out. It would be a nice place to take a walk or ride a bike. It would be fine to drive to the grocery store once a week, ideally one with healthy, even organic food available.

      As for further socializing the kids we would rent a home close to a nearby preschool. We have two boys and a girl, and would want them to all be able to attend the same school - with little drive time, if any. We are only talking preschool and kindergarten at this point. We want open minded and progressive, but not so open minded that one's brains fall out. We'd rather religion not play a big role in the school, but are not afraid of that as long as no one is too rigid. We like a school in a natural setting so the kids are in nature when possible, and a style that leans montessori as opposed to a teacher up front with a ruler...

      Hope this helps bring some places to mind. Thanks in advance.

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    • Time at Rock of Cashel

      by rplatter Online Now Mar 21, 2012 at 11:55 AM

      We will be traveling to Ireland in October of this year and we are trying to plan our time. Can anyone tell me the average amount of time it takes to tour the Rock of Cashel?

      5 Answers Mar 24, 2012 at 3:35 PM
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      Rock of Cashel closed

      by schmechi Online Now May 12, 2011 at 3:52 AM

      Unfortunately the whole site is closed just during my next week's visit... I am very disappointed about this fact, because I realized the rock as one of the higlights of my trip toireland... Do you think, Cashel is still worth the detour just to take a look to the rock from distance? I'm planning to go from Kilkenny to Galway...

      7 Answers May 15, 2011 at 9:46 AM
    • Where to stay the night near Rock of Cashel

      by m&moschmann Online Now Aug 15, 2010 at 5:04 PM

      My husband & I,first timers to Ireland, will be leaving Kilkenny on a Wed. 9/9, and will drive to Rock of Cashel. Not knowing how long the drive will take or the best roads to take, should we plan on staying in town nearby, i.e. Caher, or Cashel itself? The day after we plan to drive to Waterford.

      I was thinking of driving from Kilkenny on N76 to N24 to N8.
      thanks to anyone who can comment.
      Melinda

      19 Answers Aug 24, 2010 at 10:52 PM
    • Dundrum House Golf

      by gobrien Online Now Jul 27, 2010 at 1:26 PM

      Can I book a Tee off time on line or can I get a phone #

      1 Answer Jul 27, 2010 at 2:11 PM
    • Access to the Rock of Cashel.

      by goldenm Online Now Jan 30, 2010 at 3:17 AM

      Wy wife and I will be visiting Ireland this comming June and July. We would likt to see the Rock of Cashel but, unfortunately, we have difficulty in climbing stairs and walking up hills. Is there any way to get up to the castle other than by foot? Is it possible to drive up to the top?

      2 Answers Feb 1, 2010 at 7:16 AM
    • Admissionprice

      by gilliam Online Now Oct 6, 2006 at 2:38 PM

      What is the admission price to Rock of Cashel castle?

      1 Answer Oct 6, 2006 at 11:31 PM
    • Rock of cashel Times

      by bfmc Online Now Sep 4, 2006 at 2:38 PM

      What times are the Rock of Cashel open and how long does the tour take?

      1 Answer Sep 12, 2006 at 1:37 PM