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Impossible to really come up with only one." Loved the whole tour.
It was one of the very best tour companies I've been with.
With Dara, and the local tour guides, we learned so much about the history and culture of the Republic and Northern Ireland. Having the focus on Irish music was an excellent addition that I was not expecting and it was very welcome.
It truly was "The Best of Ireland." "There were many. In many cases I felt I could have stayed a little longer in one place or another. In addition to that there were two tour guides who were so exceptional they moved me to tears and gave me a very insightful view of the history of Ireland." Beautiful scenery, FANTASTIC food, wonderful travel companions, a remarkable tour guide (Dara), cool temps (we're from Houston after all, and crave cooler weather!
"When the hurricane Ophelia came through and we were right there I got to witness the fierceness of a hurricane. ), quaint towns, fantastic and authentic Irish music (thanks many times to Dara), Plan B success, breathtaking views, historical revelations, and truly charming people.
Our day will end as we kick up our heels at a tasty farewell supper together, where we'll share travel memories and toast new friends. For those not ready to return home yet, both cities are a great jumping off point to Paris, London, Amsterdam, and many other exciting destinations.Our trip to the Aran Islands had to be cancelled due to the weather but our guide Dara scrambled to arrange a local guide of Galway (Brian Nolan- superb) and also arranged a personal concert by two extremely gifted musicians. Well planned tour hitting all the best sites with adequate free time. I feel that we had the "perfect storm" (a little hurricane humor! Second was just the fact that we were in Ireland with its spectacular scenery and friendly people.This was also a great time to get to know some of our fellow members better as we waited out the storm in comfort of our hotel lobby aided by pints of Guinness." The tour was an excellent experience that provided many good memories. Third of all was the members of the tour: totally delightful!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.