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TOURING IRELAND
Dublin
Belfast
Ring of Kerry
Ring of Dingle
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Kells - the high cross
Cork and Kerry
CASTLES:
Birr
Blarney
Bunratty
Carrickfergus
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Dunluce
Johnstown
Kilkenny
Trim
IRELAND'S HOUSES:
Bantry
Muckross
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PREHISTORIC IRELAND:
Drombeg Stone circle
Newgrange
Knowth
Clontygora Court grave
MONASTERIES / ABBEYS:
Quin Abbey
Jerpoint Abbey
Kylemore Abbey
Ireland Caves:
Dunmore Cave
FACTORY VISITS:
Waterford
Old Bushmills' Distillery
NORTHERN IRELAND
The Giant's Causeway
Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge
 
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This page will eventually discuss some of the subtle English language differences one encounters in Ireland.

Communicating in English is relatively easy in Ireland. Some times local accents and unusual word usages (by the tourist or the native) can require repeating or rephrasing of sentences.

The English-speaking tourist may even be delightfully surprised (as I was) to be addressed in Irish or "Gaelic" but all Irish natives do speak English.

The Irish language-learning program link below has a slight problem, it will take you to the Italian language program. To buy the Ireland language program, click on the button below, a new window will open. In the new window look at the list of language programs on the left side of the page. You will find a Irish language program listed there.

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Most of the information on this website was gather during my families July 2004 visit to Ireland