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Ireland Hotel Deals. The rolling hills and friendly smiles of the Emerald Isle welcome tourists in search of a pint of Guinness, a game of golf or a taste of Yeats and Joyce. Large cities such as Dublin boast well-known hotels, while picturesque smaller towns offer delightful Bed and Breakfasts. Tour Ireland.

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Tour Ireland GuideIreland (Eyewitness Travel Guides) The guides that show you what others only tell you! Features a Discovery' feature which describes each region and its highlights, to ensure you make the most of your trip. With clear maps, extensive hotel and restaurant listings of all price levels. Using the unique 3D models and cutaways explore the spectacular scenery of Killarney to the castles of Donegal and Kilkenny, and tips on where to find the best Ulster Fry and the tastiest Guiness will ensure you have everything you need for a memorable stay.

IrelandDaniel O'Donnell's Ireland: Songs and Scenes from My Homeland. Daniel O'Donnell is a musical phenomenon, with millions of dedicated fans on both sides of the Atlantic. Following the tremendous success of his autobiography and the illustrated "My Pictures and Places" comes a brand new title from the Irish superstar. In this lavishly illustrated new book, Daniel O'Donnell invites you to explore the stunning locations of his homeland, from its most popular beauty spots to its hidden gems, and the songs that were inspired by the landscapes and natural beauty of Ireland. And who better to act as tour guide on this journey than one of Ireland's best-loved and most successful cultural ambassadors. With a wealth of spectacular photos, some never before seen, this beautiful book will be a treasured gift for Daniel's fans and anyone charmed by the traditions of Ireland and its musical history.

Tour IrelandIreland (Lonely Planet Travel Guides S.) Tour Ireland. From pub hopping and leprechaun chasing to Ogham stones and the Book of Kells, Lonely Planet presents the essential Ireland. In addition to the requisite low-down on food and accommodations, a detailed activities section covers everything from walking and birdwatching to hang gliding and rock climbing. The book's intriguing boxed asides delve into topics ranging from the mystical to the environmental, including the Witch of Kilkenny, the Legend of Inishbofin Island, the Birr Observatory and Telescope, even Ireland's Disappearing Bogs.

Tour Ireland GuideThe Rough Guide to Ireland (Rough Guide Travel Guides S.) Tour Ireland. The Rough Guide to Ireland is an in-depth guide to the whole of Ireland, both the Republic and the North. This fully updated edition includes a lavish colour section introducing the country's highlights. Each chapter gives vivid descriptions of the best sights, activities, routes, places to stay, eat, drink and be entertained. "No other guide to Ireland offers the detail and the insight offered by the Rough Guide. Tour Ireland.

NewgrangeNewgrange and the Bend of the Boyne is the exploration of an outstanding archaeological landscape centred on Newgrange Passage Tomb and its greater environs. In ancient times it was called the Brugh na Boinne. Today this area is designated as a World Heritage site and is Ireland's first protected Archaeological Park. Tour Ireland.

Tara is the heartland of Ireland's Celtic past. It is the site of St Patrick's confrontation with the druids and seat of the High Kings. Legend and history meet in Tara.

The Mountains of IrelandThe Mountains of Ireland Tour Ireland. A comprehensive guide to the 200 summits of 2000ft or more and 12 exceeding 3000ft. This guide describes clockwise from Wicklow to the Mournes, 70 walking routes. The plan divides the peaks into 5 groups, and at the start of each is described Paddy's Way, the way the author tackled them, so that anyone who wants to emulate him has full directions.

Road Atlas IrelandAA Road Atlas Ireland (Ireland S.) Tour Ireland. With official Irish road mapping, this new A4 road atlas is a comprehensive and practical companion ensuring smooth driving throughout Ireland. Clear, accurate and up-to-date; Port plans and ferry routes; Motorway strip maps including new M1 Toll Drogheda bypass; 11 detailed city and town plans: Belfast, Cork, Derry (Londonderry), Dublin, Dun Laoghaire, Galway, Killarney, Kilkenny, Limerick, Sligo and Waterford; Easy to read 3,500 place name index, plus tourist sites; Easy to use distance chart in miles and kilometres Large scale 1:200,000 or 2km to 1cm (3.16 miles to 1 inch); Fully updated from Ireland's Official Mapping Agencies, OSI and OSNI; Irish National Grid shown; New M1 Dublin to Dundalk motorway and Drogheda bypass toll Motorway; New fast-reference map grid; Primary route destinations highlighted; Tourist symbols shown; AA approved camping sites and recommended golf courses; Car parks, picnic sites in rural areas; At-a-glance scenic routes and drives; Angling rivers and loughs clearly shown; Distances clearly marked along all main roads

Visit IrelandIreland 2005 (Fodor's Gold Guides S.) Tour Ireland. A perennially popular destination, Ireland offers a warm welcome to over 6 million foreign visitors every year. From the historic city of Dublin to the beautiful countryside, and wonderful sights like the Giants' Causeway, there is plenty to keep you occupied. To make the most of your holiday, you need a guidebook written by people who know the country inside out. Our authors all live in Ireland and want to pass on their love of the country to you through their recommendations for pubs, restaurants and favourite attractions. With detailed listings for hotels and a Smart Travel Tips section packed with practical advice and contact information, we've really thought of everything to make your holiday truly memorable.

Travels Around Northern IrelandSilver Linings: Travels Around Northern Ireland Tour Ireland. Silver Linings isn't just another book about Northern Ireland's history. Martin Fletcher's book is about the people of Ireland, their community spirit, built out of adversity, and perhaps all the stronger for it, traditional pastimes and old-fashioned names. "In the course of my work," the author tells us, "I met some of the most chilling people I have ever come across in 18 years of journalism: paramilitary leaders, terrorists, bigots consumed by mindless hatred. But I also met some of the most inspiring: former bombers and gunmen striving to make amends for past misdeeds, victims of terrorism who have managed to forgive, women who have stoically endured the most crushing losses, clergymen and community workers battling the evil in their midst." The book is also about the country itself; its lush green farmland, and the city of Belfast at the head of the Belfast Lough, "straddling the Lagan River valley and ringed by high hills". Tour Ireland.

Irish DictionaryIrish Dictionary (Collins GEM S.) Tour Ireland. This Irish Dictionary covers all the words and phrases learners will need to know. This dictionary provides the best coverage of today's language and usage for learners of Irish in a handy package. With its extensive coverage of Irish language, the Collins Irish Gem is the indispensable small dictionary for learners of Irish. The first edition is up-to-date and offers extra help with translating essential vocabulary, and thousands of phrases, together with a guide to Irish grammar.

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