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Some 700 years before the main stones were erected at Stonehenge, and even longer before the Pyramids were built in Egypt, a massive tomb was being built in Ireland that can still be seen today. This is at Newgrange, in a loop of the River Boyne between Drogheda and Slane, about 25 mi...
I love travelling to Ireland on the ferryboats. My favourite crossing is from Holyhead to Dun Laoghaire. So join me on one of my return journeys home to England from this lovely port . . . .
As writers we all love books - any genre, classic. contemporary, so when on holiday a natural instinct is to be drawn to a local bookshop - if only to see what this part of the world has to offer by way of local material. So it was not surprising when I was in Dublin, that the book s...
Historic milestones are usually wars and battles. These denote political divisions that scar the life of the ordinary person. The stark reality of Kilmainham is a reminder that there should always be more to living than war . . . . .
This article is one of several that create a verbal picture of Dublin's coffee houses.
All countries and people have their own identifications. They can be identified and be classified through geographical location. Ireland is part of The British Isles but not part of United Kingdom.
How to watch Hulu in Ireland. Simple and fast solution to access Hulu from anywhere outside the United States.
In part three our hero's start to make their way back Home
Normally, Ireland has a mild and damp climate leaning towards showers and rainy spells, sometimes getting torrential rain and gale force wind threatening worse to come, but never really have an antediluvian deluge to cover mountain cliffs, for most of the time the weather is without e...
Ireland is such a beautiful place, once you are there the pleasant green and lush landscape just takes your breath away. its a place that must be seen to appreciate its beauty.
Dublin, a city over a 1,000 years old, is the cultural and historical capital of Ireland and the birthplace of many of the world's most popular writers and musicians. James Joyce and Oscar Wilde were both born here. But what's it like?
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