Ireland

Top Tips For Travelling With Kids Through Central Station Belfast

by Guest Contributor on February 12, 2014

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Travelling with children can be stressful at the best of times, but when you are trying to negotiate public transport, it is often a nightmare. Train travel is one way of getting from A to B quickly and painlessly. Children like trains and as long as you are able to secure seats with a table, […]

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Powerscourt Gardens in Dublin Ireland

A scenic view of 13th century of majestic courts and splendid gardens impresses visitors to the historic and luxurious Powercourts Garden, located on the outskirts of Dublin. Situated on the hilltop of Enniskerry in Wicklow County, Ireland, this grand estate gives you a look at the glory days of old Ireland. Its commanding view from the …

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Spa Travel in the West of Ireland

by Jessica Colley on September 9, 2011

There are many reasons to travel to the west of Ireland: soaring cliffs, scenic road trips, salmon fishing — and spas? While the western counties of Ireland might have more of a reputation for famous golf courses and outdoor adventure activities than spas, there are five-star hotels here that offer a spa menu to rival […]

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A Serene Spa in the Garden of Ireland

by Jessica Colley on September 1, 2011

The best spas are in the countryside. Here’s my reasoning:  just knowing that beyond the doors are fragrant pine trees, beds of flowers, and that fresh country air, I can relax a little bit more during my massage. It is for this reason that the spa at the Ritz Carlton Powerscourt in County Wicklow, Ireland […]

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Dublin: Finding Wine Bars in a Pub City

by Jessica Colley on August 18, 2011

Dublin is a city known for pubs. When visiting the place where Guinness was born, it is essential to try the black stuff right where it is brewed. But there’s also another side to Dublin nightlife – for visitors that know where to look. Once you’ve made your way through the Guinness Storehouse and maybe […]

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Dublin on Two Wheels

by Jessica Colley on May 26, 2011

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Exploring a city on a bike is a great way to cover some serious ground. Not all cities are very bike friendly, but one European city where you can safely pedal around is Dublin. Known for being a small, manageable city on foot, you can cover even more ground on two wheels. Besides quickly getting […]

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