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After a group meeting, we'll enjoy a "Welcome to Ireland" dinner together, followed by an orientation walk through the heart of Dublin. You'll have the rest of the day free to feel the pulse of a city thriving with street poets and musicians. Then we'll continue on to the green Plain of Tipperary where we'll tour the ecclesiastical center that thrived in St.Patrick's time: the evocative ruins of the Rock of Cashel. This morning we'll be treated to a walking tour that brings Kinsale's past to life, places its story in the wider sweep of history, and makes the stony sights much more than buildings.Impossible to really come up with only one." Loved the whole tour.
We also had the opportunity to make many new friends. "Too numerous to choose just one: Slea Head Drive and the Blasket Islands, Cliffs of Moher, The Giant's Causeway and the Antrim coast, the Aran Islands with Dun Aengus, the political murals in Belfast." Ireland is great and the tour was even better! The cliffs of Moher to the Sleay head loop - the towering cliff with the sea crashing is just spectacular!
"There was no one moment but some of the things that stood out were the small villages and towns like Cong and the surrounding area, wandering the grounds of Ashford Castle on the sunny and calm day after being in hurricane-pummeled Galway, the Antrim Coast, and the traditional Irish music and step dancing at the Belfast pub." We really couldn't of asked for more - really, this trip was a 10 PLUS. We had heard that Ireland was beautiful - scenery that I will never forget - and that the people were friendly - another 10 PLUS. Dara was an excellent tour guide and helped the group to bond and have an enjoyable time.
All of the hotels were great, the food excellent, and Irish music was over the top. He organized some excellent musical experiences for us.
The beautiful scenery, the Irish people, the music, and my tour group were the best. "I don't have just one "wow" moment: I loved flying the hawks; loved all the musical concerts; loved the bonding that went on during the "hurricane;"loved that we were able to go to Northern Ireland (I never felt that I would ever be able to visit Belfast after all The Troubles in recent history); loved the small towns and the rugged coast line." This tour was yet another outstanding Rick Steve's tour as we have come to expect.
Rick Steves tours are a great way to sample what a country has to offer. The tour was well-organized with meaningful activities.