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Silver Strand Beach

Here you will find an amazing Beach called Silver Strand. It is situated in a horseshoe shaped bay with some of the clearest waters you will ever see.On a beautiful day, it invites you to take a swim in the crystal clear waters or even go snorkeling.
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Skellig Michael

8:30 AM - We checked out of our B&B and drove to Portmagee to catch our boat out to Skellig Michael. It's an old monastery built into a large craggy rock pretty far out into the ocean (a 50 minute boat ride) that survived three separate recorded raides from vikings and harsh living circumstances (no livestock, rough sea winds, etc.). We hiked 300 steps up to the settlement (also the filming location where Luke Skywalker was revealed in the most recent Star Wars movie). On our way back we went by the "Little Skellig", which is inhabited entirely by seabirds (and seals, as you can see in the last pic).
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River Liffey

b) Liffey river and O'connell bridge: This river flows almost through the middle of Dublin and divides the city into North and South. Most of the tourist attractions are to the south of the city. A walk along the river Liffey right before the sunset is recommended. There are many bridges that connect the two banks of the river, O'Connell being the most famous.
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Powerscourt Gardens and House

3:30 PM - After the waterfall we drove to Powerscourt and used our Marriott points for a free stay at the epic Autograph Collection Powerscourt Hotel. After checking in we walked over to Powerscourt House & Gardens and walked around to take pics of the gardens. After the tour we went back to our hotel and had dinner at the hotel pub, then went back to our room to relax and pack for the airport. Tomorrow we head home. :(
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St. Stephen's Green

e) St. Stephen's Green: A Beautiful, romantic green park located right in the middle of the city (next to Grafton street). The park has many beautiful features, from bandstands and colourful plant beds to numerous higgledy-piggledy paths and plenty of green spaces for relaxing in the sun. The beautiful white swans are happy to greet you if you happen to offer them bread. 
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Trips Stories

We started off my visiting the Museum of Natural on Cromwell road....

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With an endless supply of vendors selling local produce ranging from meat to cheese to oils and more, it can be a highly overwhelming experience for a tourist (especially of an indecisive nature)....

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A super smart escape (voted best five star hotel in Ireland in 2012) on the shores of Lough Lein, one of the famed Lakes of Killarney....

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I have wanted to go to Ireland ever since I saw P.S....

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Visa If you're a British citizen, you do not need visa for Ireland....

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I stopped basically everywhere in southern Ireland and part of the west and eastern areas....

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Bundoran hosts one of the best surfing spots in Europe (and the world) and is naturally frequented by experienced surfers from the world over. ...

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When one thinks of Europe, Ireland is often forgotten or not widely explored....

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Travel to Ireland had been on my bucket list ever since I'd seen its surreal locales in movies and TV shows....

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As such it is the only World Heritage Site in Northern Ireland....

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If you are ever in Dublin, Ireland, make sure to visit the Cliffs of Moher at least once.......

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Ireland - A travelicious Story Why Ireland ?...

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Despite it's tourist friendly nature, Ireland, even today, is a rather wild country - with more sheep than human beings treading its lovely lands....

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I had a brilliant opportunity at work that landed me in Ireland......

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Round towers were built in Ireland as early as the 10th century....

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Sure we weren't going to see as much of Ireland as we originally planned, but we had managed to find this quaint little hostel on the west coast of Ireland and we were surrounded by good company....

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I visited Ireland for work and got a day in Dublin - and I am thankful I did....

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The headland which stretches west of this beach is Dunmore Head/An Dún Mór, the westernmost point of mainland Ireland....

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On a glorious summer's day, we decided to head to Donegal....

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Ireland has a seperate VISA....

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