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  • Gentle Reminder (No offence to anyone) -- JustDublin travel tips
    We can never be too confident and complacent about leaving our belongings properly. Well, I took it for granted. Being the careless student that I was (I was in Dublin for a short holiday – as I was an intern in a university in the UK [...]
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  • Christchurch CathedralDublin travel tips
    The Cathedral is about one thousand years old. It's amazing and magnificent! It is huge and beautiful, a little bit like a castle. The inside of the cathedral is wonderful, so huge and beautifully decorated. There are pointed arches all [...]
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  • Overall Trip to Northern IrelandDublin travel tips
    The tip I would like to share today is about visiting Northern Ireland which is very fascinating & you should take proper care about the things that are required to end your journey properly. Also you must have to book a travel package [...]
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  • Aron IslandsGalway travel tips
    If you are at Galway, should should take a boat to the Aron Islands. There are 3 islands and at least the main islands offers you a great landscape, quiet and nice, together with ancient history monuments. [...]
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  • Kilkenny CastleKilkenny travel tips
    The Kilkenny Castle was built in the 12th century. It is definitely a must see, if you are in the area. It was renovated in the 19th century and has many rooms that are available for visitors. You have to sign up for the guided tour in [...]
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  • Killarney National ParkKillarney travel tips
    The National Park is huge and beautiful. It is right next to the city, so you can easily reach it wherever in Killarney you would be. The Park has a lot of walkways and trails running through the whole place. You can walk on the shore of [...]
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  • Muckross EstateKillarney travel tips
    Muckross Estate is something you must see if you are in Killarney, although it is out of the city, some 2-3 miles from the city center. Take a tour in the house and then walk in the gardens, they are wonderful. The rhododendrons make the [...]
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  • The Lakes of KillarneyKillarney travel tips
    Don't forget to take a boat trip on the lakes of Killarney, it is a wonderful experience, something you will never forget. The landscape is beautiful, the surrounding mountains are just stunning, get in an open boat and enjoy the fairy [...]
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  • JarveysKillarney travel tips
    It is the best and most special way to see the sights of Killarney to take a Jarvey trip. A Jarvey is a carriage, many of them are available for tourists around the town. You can also find them in Killarney National Park, it is the [...]
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  • Biking on the Aaron IslandKilronan travel tips
    Make a bike trip through the Aaron Island. On the main island you can rent bikes for that. [...]
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