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Tuscany, Italy great for wine tasting ^_^

Tuscany, Italy great for wine tasting ^_^

Cliffs of Moher, Ireland

Cliffs of Moher, Ireland. Backpacking bus tour across Ireland. I will pick the Cliffs of Moher as a highlight. I'm going back to Ireland for this.

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Scotland Más

Blarney Castle, Ireland.  At the top of this castle lies the Stone of Eloquence, better known as the Blarney Stone.

Blarney Castle, Cork, Ireland to kiss the Blarney Stone a bucketlist romantic dream

Inistioge Bridge, County Kilkenny, Ireland  by Martin Kavanagh on 500px

Autumn in beautiful Ireland . Inistioge Bridge, County Kilkenny, Ireland -- photo: Martin Kavanagh via # WebMatrix

Ireland Wild Atlantic Way Infographic

Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way stretches from West Cork to Donegal, hugging the rugged coastline.

Rock walls

The Lake District, England photo. We vacation in the Lake District twice while living in England.


Tuscany, Italy, just beautiful rolling hills. adding to my itinerary someday :)

Berchtsgadenerland, Germany one of the most beautiful places in Europe, this is the German Alps and you have to go though Barvaria to get there...I promise you will love every step of the way...

Those Who Save Us by Jenna Blum Berchtesgaden Alps, Germany. We drove by here on the day we went to Eagle's Nest and the Salt Mines. It was beautiful!

Cape Kiwanda, | http://bestscenicviews.blogspot.com

Done - Cape Kiwanda, Oregon. One of the most incredible beaches in the Pacific Northwest

nature religion | Definición de Religión Natural » Concepto en Definición ABC

Drombeg Stone Circle, County Cork, Ireland - also known as The Druid's Altar. Neither of us have been to this particular place; I haven't been to Ireland at all.

An abandoned castle in Ireland

How amazing! The green countryside of County Kerry, Ireland ~slowly reclaims a castle near the village of Kilgarvan. Taking its present name from the Irish Cill Garbháin, or Church of St. Garbhan, Kilgarvan rests on the banks of the Roughty River.