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The top places to visit in 2019 according to Rough Guides

The top places to visit in 2019 according to Rough Guides Rough Guides has announced its annual list of must-see destinations. A team of expert writers and editors have recommended a list of 19 places that it would be best to see in 2019. The list comprises 8 top towns and cities, 6 top regions, and 5 top countries. Below is a selection of the Rough The post The top places to visit in 2019 according to Rough Guides appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog. Go to Source Author: Paul Johnson Tweet

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20 Fun Things To Do In Dublin, Ireland (Plus What To Avoid…)

20 Fun Things To Do In Dublin, Ireland (Plus What To Avoid…) Best Things To Do in Dublin, Ireland Dublin, Ireland The city of Dublin is known for its charming streets, colorful doorways, live music and historic architecture. Here are some of the best things to do in Dublin that you won’t want to miss! Dublin may be one of Europe’s smaller capital cities, but the city has been known to steal the heart of every visitor, with something for everyone. I traveled to Dublin with my family during our Irish genealogy trip, tracking down the old home of my Irish grandmother. We had a fantastic time! By now you’ve probably heard rumors about the Irish weather. It’s true…

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Friday (Saturday) Round Up: What is Going On?!?!

Friday (Saturday) Round Up: What is Going On?!?!It’s Friday (Saturday) again!  And while that means nothing on my photography vlog, it does mean a round up here. This week was amazing, but it’s also been the craziest week ever.  I can only sum it up in a way that only a fellow full-time traveller would understand: I was in Portugal, and I http://feeds.feedburner.com/TheWorldIsMyJungleGymBrendan’s AdventuresTravel Photography Blog by Photographer Brendan van SonTravel887Brendan van Son -geoquono- Tweet

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Ireland road trip experiences

Ireland road trip experiences Ireland is a road-tripping dream come true. Its small size means it’s easy to get around while taking in countless sites, stories, and, of course, pubs. Don’t forget the pubs. You can whip through deliriously green farmland, get lost between loughs and mountains, or zig-zag along the Wild Atlantic Way. Whichever direction you’re headed, here are some experiences you are sure to have along the way. 1 Ponder if Giant’s Causeway is worth the drive Especially as it’s all the way over in Northern Ireland. But the answer is yes, yes it is. 2 Inevitably hit a traffic jam Just not the kind you thought. 3 Guzzle Guinness in some adorable, colorful, cobbled alleyway You…

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9 white-hot restaurants in Ireland

9 white-hot restaurants in Ireland The food scene in Ireland is full of excitement these days, with new restaurants seemingly opening in the big cities every other week, and pockets of dynamism popping up all across the island. Prepare to leave your preconceptions about Irish food behind. Nope, it’s not all bacon and cabbage anymore. Come, and you’ll be immersing yourself in a food culture that’s found its feet and is celebrating the magnificence of ingredients from the Irish land and sea with a newfound confidence. 1. Miyazaki, Cork Photo: Miyazaki Takashi Miyazaki is a Japanese chef based in Cork. For the past few years, he’s been serving his impeccable food in a tiny takeaway with a few stools,…

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Ultimate 72-hour guide to Belfast

Ultimate 72-hour guide to Belfast Belfast has enjoyed a resurgence over the past decade. A stroll through its four quarters will take you from Victorian grandeur to historic docks to contemporary street art and high glamour. This is a city with all the perks of a European capital, accessible at a fraction of the cost. Read below for the ultimate travel guide to getting the best out of Beflast in three days. DAY ONE Photo: Titanic Belfast You can’t come to Belfast and not visit Titanic Belfast. Not just because it’s amazing, but also because if you don’t, the many, many references to the famous ship around the city will constantly be reminding you of what you’ve missed out…

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How to get a job and move to Ireland

How to get a job and move to Ireland On my first visit to Ireland in 2010, I fell head over heels for this country. The friendly locals, the music, the pubs, the landscapes, the beer — everything about it spoke to me. While moving to Ireland took a little work (and a little time), I now find myself here a year and a half and still loving every minute of it. If you need some help demystifying the process, take it from someone who has been there: it is possible and it is worth it! How to get a job and move to Ireland: 1. Are you eligible for a work permit or a visa? 2. Job search…

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So much to experience along the Slea Head loop on the Dingle Peninsula in Western Ireland

So much to experience along the Slea Head loop on the Dingle Peninsula in Western IrelandI hadn’t heard of the Dingle Peninsula until a few years ago during a “girls weekend,” when a friend presented a bottle of Dingle Original Gin from the Dingle Distillery for another friend and I to taste. Then when I was researching a trip to Ireland last year, the travel literature suggested that if visitors had time for just one tour in the west of Ireland and had to choose between the Ring of Kerry…http://feeds.feedburner.com/BoldlyGoSoloBoldly Go SoloHow to set out solo, but not travel alone: Trips, tips and ideas for the active traveler.Travel887Ellen Perlman -geoquono- Tweet

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9 live music spots in Ireland

9 live music spots in Ireland Music is woven into the tapestry of Ireland. Passing a busker singing on the street, stopping into a pub for a trad session, or scoring tickets to a big-name concert — wherever you go, you’re never too far from a song. In Ireland, music has long been considered a medium for storytelling (and the necessary backdrop to a pint, of course). Folk songs are entwined into the local sense of community, and it doesn’t take much for a sing-song to start spontaneously, anywhere. As a result, there’s perhaps nowhere else in the world where experiencing music live and in the moment is so powerful — or so easy. Here’s a selection of spots…

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9 things I wish I knew in Dublin

9 things I wish I knew in Dublin What comes to mind when someone says ‘Dublin’? Guinness, St. Patrick’s Day, pubs? Literary legends like James Joyce and Oscar Wilde? Maybe one more Guinness? Ireland’s capital definitely has all of the above (and then some), but there’s so much more to this city that teeters on the edge of Europe. Here are 9 things I wish I knew before visiting Dublin. 1. You need to get out of the city. Photo: martinvonpotsah This might seem like a strange tip to start with, but compared to some of its neighboring capital cities like London or Berlin, Dublin is small. All of the major sights are within walking distance — after two…

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