For a long time I've been a follower of this fantastic chef's recipes - now that I'm visiting Ireland I would dearly like to eat in his restaurant but try as I might I can't find it anywhere, yet his web page including recipes is very much a live. Any suggestions - Many thanx
Somewhere I read that there is a beautiful shell beach on the outskirts of Dublin - any ideas please as to where it is
Having done the Dublin attractions I find I have a day before I get the flight back - any suggestions please as to what to see - max drive time 1.30 hours - I will have done Wicklow, Wexford. Into cute villages/towns but not churches/abbeys etc
Any suggestions as to what to see please - cute towns, fishing villages, scenery on this leg of our tour. Not into large towns but very much into the traditional folk music scenery etc and historic sites. Will visit Dublin but not so sure about Belfast as it seems to be a lot more modern Rather fancied the Mountains of Mourne - already planning in Giants Causeway Many thanx
I need to know if I should expect to bring heavy weight jacket, when we went 2 years ago to southern Ireland, it was Feb/March and freezing cold. I am hoping to pack lighter for trip April 17-23, any advice? I will bring 2 pairs walking shoes and windbreaker lightweight pullover and jacket ( very thin) for rain/and umbrella, any other suggestions? Also is it difficult to get a train from Belfast to Dublin ( cost?) want to do a day trip ( we saw Dublin before, like it and want to return for short day trip) also going to go on hop on hop off bus in Belfast and take one day tour to carrick rede/giants causeway, anything else must see?
We will be traveling the Kerry Way in about 2 weeks time.
Starting at Killarney to Black Valley on the first day.
What will be the cheapest way to get from Killarney to Muckross House besides walking that distance :-)? approximated price range?
Thanks in advance
I am looking for the cheap and best way to travel from LOndon to Belfast and return over the may bank holidays. Any suggestions please. thanks in advance
First time visitor to Ireland for 3 weeks in May 2015. I am a female traveling solo flying in/out of Dublin. I do not have a set itinerary, I am just starting to think about the trip (unforeseen circumstances prevented planning until now). I am interested in coastal areas, natural sights, music, I enjoy walking too. I do not mind driving but I am concerned about what I have read about the challenges of driving in Ireland. Would public transportation give me a good enough view of the countryside? Any suggestions on how I can try to see off the beaten path places or should I just rent a car? Thank you!
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