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Going to Dublin Ireland this November

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Jun 12, 2022, 4:44 PM
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30 year anniversary this coming November and the wife and I have always wanted to visit Ireland. Anyone ever been? What would you recommend we see while we are there. Any can’t miss seeing this or don’t believe the hype it’s not worth the hassle. Any suggestions would be appreciated. We will be there for a week. Thanks

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Jun 12, 2022, 4:49 PM
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Can’t help you with things to see or eat but if or when I head to Ireland I hope to be hitting some of their golf courses. Seriously though hope you and your wife have a great and safe trip. Sure you will find some good info from other T-Netters.

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Jun 12, 2022, 4:52 PM
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You need to learn how to raise a pint. They will teach you as long as you are buying.

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Jun 12, 2022, 5:02 PM
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I got my undergrad in raising pints when I was in college, I will be putting that education to good use.

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Jun 12, 2022, 4:57 PM
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Thank you!
We are both looking forward to it. Neither of us are golfers, but I did work on a golf course during the summers that I was a student at Clemson, so I do appreciate a beautiful course. We are not world travelers like a lot of the folks on Tnet, so I thought I would ask the pros.
Have a great rest of your weekend.

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Jun 14, 2022, 4:05 PM
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-I went in 2017. My wife and I are not big drinkers, but we did a pub crawl. It was a fun group event. In addition to trying various pints, we were entertained by musicians and dancers.
-The best food I had in Ireland was a restaurant located on the 2nd floor of a grocery store. I don’t remember the name, but it’s the only one above a grocery store, so the locals will know it.
-Consider a Dublin tour that includes the cathedrals/ churches: Great history lesson, and we got to ring the bells.
-Outside of Dublin: There is a day tour that includes visiting a castle, old ruins, and of course “The Blarney Stone”.

Have fun!

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Jun 14, 2022, 8:48 PM
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Thanks for the info.

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Jun 12, 2022, 5:11 PM
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I’ve been to Ireland in March, it’s cold and wet but beautiful in a cold and wet way. Although it’s been 30 years and things may have changed, I loved going to local pubs… it’s a totally different vibe from a “bar”. Dublin was great and some of the villages we visited were a treat too. Outside of Dublin, we were hosted by locals so we saw a slightly different side than if we’d been tourists… it was rugby tour… I’d pass on playing the Irish Army Select Side. :)

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Jun 12, 2022, 5:20 PM
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Yeah November probably isn’t the best time of year for the trip weather wise. Thanks for the response.

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Jun 12, 2022, 5:53 PM
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I think November will be great time to go! Few other tourists, fall weather. I like going to foreign cities in colder weather and stay in one place for a couple of days at a time… go to grocery stores… try to get a feel for what it might feel like to live there. Have a blast!

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Jun 12, 2022, 5:57 PM
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Yeah that sounds like a good plan. Thanks

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I LOVED Ireland! And, I want to go back!

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Jun 12, 2022, 5:12 PM
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Dublin is nice, but my favorite city was Killarney. Beautiful national park nearby. Quaint town. People very friendly. My Mom, our friends, and I had some Irish coffee, even though Irish coffee started in San Francisco, at a local pub while we enjoyed the Irish music. However, while in Dublin, I actually enjoyed a Guinness. The natives said it was because we were closer to the source. They said they didn’t drink Guinness in USA.

I liked Galway. Seaside city with a lot of Irish culture. I highly recommend the Ring of Kerry for beautiful landscapes and the Cliffs of Moher. You will see all different shades of green. Thus, the nickname, The Emerald Isle.

Lots of castles to view. We actually stayed at Cabra Castle, and Dad got to play a round of golf there. We spent a night in Waterford and toured the House of Waterford Crystal. Very interesting. You HAVE to kiss the Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle!

Interesting side notes… while at Blarney, the family wore Clemson shirts. Had an FSU grad student yell at us across the grounds. He insisted we take a picture with him. Very nice young man. Also, when we arrived at Waterford that evening, we were walking after dinner and heard an Irish brogue saying, “ Go Tigers!” He had attended Georgia Southern for college.

Food-wise, eat at the pubs. They have the best food. Hope you like potatoes; pretty much served at every meal. Tour Middleton Distillery for Jameson. To me, Irish whiskey is the best. Ask to be a volunteer taster at the end of the tour. We got to eat dinner and enjoyed Irish music at Knappough Castle. Otherwise, the beef was great! And, their butter and chocolate are the best I have ever had … better, to me, than Swiss, German, and Belgian.

Hope you have a great time! Wish I could join you.

Sláinte!

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Jun 12, 2022, 5:27 PM
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Thanks so much for the response!
This is the kind of info that will help us in planning our trip.

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Jun 13, 2022, 12:45 AM
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have been twice.toured with irish in-laws(don't have a drop of irish blood in me,but fell in love nontheless with the place itself as well as the people.can't imagine you won't enjoy yourselves.)for 10 days first time.rented a car(interesting driving over there-you're on the wrong side of the road and the steering wheel is on the right-hand side of the car,so be very cautious if you do.also make sure you get an automatic transmission.much easier than stick.)in dublin and followed our own itinerary.great fun.stayed in b+b's which are actually mini- motels,so you're not sharing facilities with anyone.always asked locals for pubs and food etc.and were never disappointed.places to see:powers court,bunratty castle and village,aran islands,the burren,poulnabrone dolmen,rock of cashel,cliffs of mohr(or less),ring of kerry-so many wonderful places to see.can't think of them all right now.2nd time over we spent a week in dublin(son spent a semester there when he was in college,so we had a built-in excuse to go again.)stayed at croak park hotel-excellent.no need for car.great public transportation.do recommend taking a guided bus tour around the city,but make sure you get one with live commentary,not tapes to listen to.we did.it was like touring the city with a stand-up comedian-a really fun experience.overall i'd give both trips an A+.added caution:always be mindful when you step off a sidewalk to cross,becasue you will instinctively look to your left,but there it will be coming from the right,so you can easily get blindsided.almost happened to me.that said.have a safe trip and enjoy yourselves.take lots of photos.we treasure our's.

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Jun 13, 2022, 12:45 AM
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powers court.

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Jun 13, 2022, 5:47 AM
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Thanks for the info!
The info about crossing the street could be a life saver.

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Jun 13, 2022, 2:08 PM
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small,but very important info.also remembered kylemore abbey as another place to visit.

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Jun 12, 2022, 5:17 PM
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There are 2 Irelands. Which are you going to?

A girlfriend went there and mailed me back a real Guiness Bodhram.



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Jun 12, 2022, 5:32 PM
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We are staying in Dublin and planning on making day trips to see the sites. I’m not sure if we will go into Northern Ireland or not.

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Jun 12, 2022, 5:28 PM
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Agree pub chow is very good. I’m sorry when I went that I didn’t tour the Guinness factory. South of Dublin are the Wicklow mts, very serene. Also the Monastery at Glendalough.

If you have the time and interest I would highly recommend the West coast of Ireland. Majestic cliffs and tons of traditional music!

Have a great time and be prepared for all kinds of weather!

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Jun 12, 2022, 5:33 PM
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Thank you!

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It is beautiful - enjoy it!

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Jun 12, 2022, 5:30 PM
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-Book of Kells

-Ireland’s West Coast

-Rock of Cashel

-Giant’s Causeway

-Cliff’s of Moher

-Connemara

-Dublin

-Killarney

-Local Pubs, with Local Beer, with Local Music

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Jun 12, 2022, 5:35 PM
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Thank you!

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Jun 12, 2022, 5:39 PM
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We did 2 nights in a seaside town. Kilmore Quay. Beautiful and incredibly relaxing. Enjoy

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Jun 12, 2022, 5:41 PM
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Thank you!

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I just returned on May 5th

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Jun 12, 2022, 6:00 PM
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If you are spending the entire week in Dublin you are missing Ireland. You can use Dublin as a hub and book day trips to Glendalough and Cliffs of Moher. Can you get out of Dublin? If so, get down to West Cork and Kerry. If you want to adventure a little further, Slea Head drive on the Dingle Penisula is gorgeous.

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Jun 12, 2022, 6:04 PM
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Northern Ireland is better.
Right-hand red.

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Jun 12, 2022, 6:36 PM
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No, we are staying in Dublin, and like you said using it like a hub. We were looking at some different day tours along the west coast and other areas of Ireland. Thanks for the response.

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Jun 12, 2022, 8:04 PM
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Got it. I am about to give you the Cliff Notes version. We got our trip in last month after having to cancel it twice for Covid closures. You have no idea how much time I have spent the past three years researching Ireland. So here goes….

At the Dublin airport, you will probably land at terminal 2. Collect your luggage(if checked) and follow the signs for the taxi line. Not all taxis accept credit cards so you will need euros. Order them from your local bank or get them from the ATM at the baggage claim area. For atm usage for international travel, I use a AAA loaded VISA debit card. Don’t be scared of the taxis being crooks. They are regulated and licensed by the government. Dublin does not have a fixed rate from the airport so you are at the mercy of traffic. The cheapest airport taxi ride we had was 39 euros.

For your day trips, look up Wild Rover Tours. We had a car and did not use them. I grabbed their info for next time. Their reviews are good and they were recommended by our Marriott.

Points of interest in Dublin….EPIC Irish immigration museum, National Archaeology Museum of Ireland, Guinness Storehouse, Trinity College including the Book of Kells, Dublin Castle, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral and Kilmainham Gaol Museum. The National Botanical Garden which is 3 miles outside the city and will require a taxi. A less publicized museum is the Chester Beatty which is fantastic.

I hope that you and your wife have a wonderful trip! Happy anniversary!!!

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Jun 12, 2022, 8:25 PM
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Sorry but I keep thinking of things. American Express is not accepted at too many places so for a credit card you will need a VISA or MasterCard. Make sure that it does not charge you International fees.

If you like wine, remember that you are in Europe! You can get some wonderful French wines at very reasonable prices. The grocery stores have a separate section for alcohol and I was pleasantly surprised at the prices.

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Jun 12, 2022, 8:58 PM
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No problem. We need all the info we can get!

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Jun 12, 2022, 8:57 PM
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Thank you so much for the info.
My wife and I have been researching different packages and I have looked into the Wild Rover Tours. We debated renting a car, but just from some of the videos and aerial Ireland that I watched I don’t want to rent a car. I don’t know if I can quickly train my brain to drive on the wrong side of the road, and some of the markings on the road were unfamiliar to me. ??
My wife and I both are interested in the history as well as the landscape of Ireland. We both are of Irish decent.
The money issue was also something that I had concerns about, so thanks for those tips as well
Thank you for some very good insight !

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Jun 12, 2022, 8:10 PM
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It sounds like your are not renting a car, correct? If you are , rent through Hertz and pay for their insurance. On top of their insurance for the car, you will need to take the additional insurance for the tires and rims. I never pay for the extra insurance but, you want it here. Get an automatic and get a diesel.

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Jun 12, 2022, 9:02 PM
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I think if I rent a car I would have to stay so focused on staying on the proper side of the road that I wouldn’t be able to soak in the sites like I would want. ?? if once I’m there and if I change my mind, I will rent from Hertz. Thanks

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went to Ireland many, many times during my business

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Jun 12, 2022, 6:11 PM
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career. The majority of the time I went to a small town called Kinsale in County Cork. It’s in the most southern part of Ireland. The ocean liner Lusitania was sunk right off its coast. Each city in Ireland has as many Pubs as we have gas stations. Seriously, every neighborhood (if you want to call them that) has a local pub.

Start getting used to liquid drinks at room temperature. A glass of water at a restaurant does not come with Ice unless you ask for it. ALL ales are room temperature, not chided at all. Actually, once you adapt to drinking a pint or two, you realize you can appreciate the taste better.

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Jun 12, 2022, 6:58 PM
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Tour Trinity College which is across the street from the Westin. It houses the Book of Kells. We did not drive in the city, used a car service when needed but mostly walked. Take a tour of the Guinness brewery. The observation deck has quotes from James Joyce's Ulysses. If you are a beer drinker, try Smithwick. It is pronounced Smidicks. DO NOT MISPRONOUNCE IT! You will not like the steaks, even in steak houses. Try the local dishes. If you want to play golf near Dublin, Portmarnock and the K Club are relatively near. Portmarnock is links style, K club is an Arnold Palmer design

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Jun 12, 2022, 9:22 PM
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Thank you for the info. Man I do like a steak. How do they ruin a steak?
Trinity college is definitely on our list. Thanks.

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Jun 12, 2022, 7:02 PM
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My husband and I went in September of 2019 for our 30th. We were there for two weeks and would love to go back. I agree with most of what cuttiger1989 said, except for whiskey - my favorite is Lambay. A couple of other things we enjoyed in Dublin were the: The Kilmainham Gaol tour and the national museums. There is a fascinating display of bog people (if you're into that sort of thing).

The Rock of Cashel is about 1.5 hours south of Dublin. I think it's worth the trip.

Going to a pub in a small non-touristy town is fun. You get more of the true Irish experience.

Have a fantastic time!

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Jun 12, 2022, 7:22 PM
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Thank you!

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Jun 12, 2022, 7:02 PM
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My husband and I went in September of 2019 for our 30th. We were there for two weeks and would love to go back. I agree with most of what cuttiger1989 said, except for whiskey - my favorite is Lambay. A couple of other things we enjoyed in Dublin were the: The Kilmainham Gaol tour and the national museums. There is a fascinating display of bog people (if you're into that sort of thing).

The Rock of Cashel is about 1.5 hours south of Dublin. I think it's worth the trip.

Going to a pub in a small non-touristy town is fun. You get more of the true Irish experience.

Have a fantastic time!

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Jun 12, 2022, 9:18 PM
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Thank you for the info!

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Jun 12, 2022, 7:04 PM
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Make the drive to the Cliffs of Moher

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Jun 12, 2022, 7:23 PM
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That is definitely on our list.

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Jun 12, 2022, 7:23 PM
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Outside of Dublin but Bunratty Castle would be a fun thing for yall
They do a medieval dinner with food grown on the premises after a welcome where mead is served
So you get to have dinner in the castle with period entertainment
There is also a colonialish village adjacent with craft shops and pubs
Just a fun stop with a little historical feel
Went there 15 years ago
Hope they are still at it
Also Dirty Nellies is just down the street and it shows up in the pubs lists in travel mags
Kinsale is a beautiful area
Conmerra (sp) is great too
Ring of Kerry
For Dublin proper i think it is worth seeing the book of Kels

Have fun

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Jun 12, 2022, 7:39 PM
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Thanks for the suggestions!

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Jun 12, 2022, 7:50 PM
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The Original Jameson Distillery is in Dublin, it’s more or less a museum with tours and a bar, I recommend that. Guinness is also there, that tour was so booked up we couldn’t get in. Dublin is outstanding for walking around. River Liffey through the middle of town. Churches/Cathedrals older than our country everywhere.
Dublin was originally founded by Vikings, a trading post.

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Jun 12, 2022, 9:04 PM
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Thanks for the info!

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Jun 12, 2022, 7:52 PM
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We are going to South Bend in November to see the ND game. Is that the same thing??

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Jun 12, 2022, 8:17 PM
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No……but feel free to take a Viking horde with you. Nothing would fix Indiana better, than a couple thousand sword wielding berserkers.

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Jun 12, 2022, 9:06 PM
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The last time I encountered those Irish it was during a hurricane! ??

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Jun 12, 2022, 8:02 PM
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Our 30th anniversary is in 8 days and we are going to Scotland to celebrate in July (flying thru Dublin). My wife, without me asking, put our name in and scored tickets for the 150th anniversary for the The Open in St. Andrews.

I can't wait and what a lady!

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Jun 12, 2022, 9:12 PM
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Wow congratulations! ( for the tickets, the 30th anniversary and a great wife!)
I think Scotland will be our next big adventure.
Have safe travels and a great time!

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Jun 14, 2022, 2:13 PM
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Have a blast. I was there for the Open in 2010. Have you been before? Where are you staying?

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Jun 14, 2022, 9:17 PM
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Never been to The Open, but I was in Edinburgh ages ago, actually right after graduating from Clemson. I have been back. We are actually staying at St Andrew’s. They have camping and Glamping on-site. They provide basically everything. We both like camping and backpacking, and thought it would be fun and save a ton of time.

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Jun 15, 2022, 10:05 AM
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My two favorite whisky bars in St. Andrews are Keys (on Market Street) and the Criterion (on South Street). If you go to Keys, ask Collin if you can borrow his darts. He usually is sitting at the corner of the bar. Also, ask the young female bartender about her marine biology studies.

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Jun 14, 2022, 9:38 PM
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Never been to The Open, but I was in Edinburgh ages ago, actually right after graduating from Clemson. I have been back. We are actually staying at St Andrew’s. They have camping and Glamping on-site. They provide basically everything. We both like camping and backpacking, and thought it would be fun and save a ton of time.

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Jun 12, 2022, 8:31 PM
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We went twenty years ago and here are my suggestions:
1- Killarney
2- Bunratty Castle
3- Rock of Cashel and the Bishop’s Buttery
4- Ring of Kerry
5- Cliffs of Mohrer - spelling is not my forte.

The countryside is beautiful and pubs were the highlight. Lots of castles and cathedrals without roofs, who knew roofs were so rare? Dublin was ok, but I don’t like cities.

It rains at some point every day, but not for long, so get ready for that. You will love it, the people are friendly. Lots of history!

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Jun 12, 2022, 9:16 PM
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Thank you! Yeah I’m not much of a city guy myself. I am a big history buff and do enjoy visiting places that I have only ever seen in a history book.

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Never made it out of Dublin pubs on my visit 20 yrs ago

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Jun 12, 2022, 9:26 PM
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But came away impressed that for Irish the pubs were more or less a wholesome family event. Grandfather in pub spent an hour-plus with me buying me a Bushmills and introducing me to kids and good looking family. Wish I had pics. Good experience! Best to you and Mrs McV! Keep us posted.

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Thank you!
I will keep y’all posted.

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Jun 13, 2022, 7:22 AM
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If you do make it to Northern Ireland, the Giant's Causeway is a must. It looks like there are day trips from Dublin for roughly 100 euros, and you would see some beautiful scenery along the way. The causeway is a coastal formation of geometrically shaped rocks between Northern Ireland and Scotland. While scientists have a theory about volcanic lava cooling in the sea, legend attributes this formation to the work of a giant named Finn McCool.

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Jun 13, 2022, 9:52 AM
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Yes, I would like to see that. One of the tour packages we have looked at includes a trip to Giant's Causeway. Thank you. The more I research the more I want to see!

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Jun 13, 2022, 2:30 PM
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Just went at the end of March stayed in Dublin 3 nites and Killarney 3 nites . Did a whiskey tour one day went to howth outside of Dublin rode the train to Killarney did the park and a falconery experience and went to provincia island only rained one day sun out the rest but chilly awsome trip.

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Guinness

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Jun 14, 2022, 10:23 AM
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tour the Guiness brewery and have a beer at the tasting room with the 360 view of the city

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Thanks for the info!

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Jun 14, 2022, 2:29 PM
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I have been several times. My wife's immediate family is from County Galway. Staying in Dublin will limit you a bit, but there is still lots to see. For day trips, I would go south to Kinsale and west to the Cliffs of Moher. You might also consider an excursion to the Ring of Kerry or the Dingle Peninsula, but that would be a hike from Dublin. If you are not going to rent a car, then you should be able to get to these places by bus or train. The trips will be a bit lengthy, but lots of great Irish countryside to see.

In Dublin, definitely the Book of Kells and Trinity College, the Guinness Tour, Temple Bar area of Dublin for music and nightlife.

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Guinness brewery was fun.

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