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    Ireland - My dream vacation

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    Beautiful Ireland

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    ireland ~ the emerald isle

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    Beautiful British Isles: Kinvarra Bay in Ireland.

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    Irish castle

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    Ireland castles

  • Latitudes Travel

    Ireland Travel remains a Great Bargain for 2013 Because Ireland has extended the temporary reduction of its VAT (A tax ) through 2013. Previously 13.5% the new 9% rate makes it more economical than ever to explore #Ireland. You'll enjoy lower prices at Ireland's restaurants and visitor attractions including museums, art galleries and music performances Ireland rolls out the green carpet to guests in 2013 with "The Gathering" tourism initiative, a year-long series of events across the country

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I would love to visit Ireland someday. -i don't think enough irish people really travel around ireland i know people who've been around europe but haven't really left dublin.

Galway ireland.. Pretty sure we drove around looking for this very spot for 2 hours and never found it- would up in a pub eating fish n chips instead!

Cliffs of Moher, Ireland. These cliffs are a true testament to a place out of this world. There is nothing quite like the salty air filling your lungs and standing precariously close to life's edge to make you feel alive in such a mystical place.

I want to go back to Ireland one day. There so much more to see that I didn't get a chance to the first time I was there.

Aran Islands, Ireland.....I would love to live therein that cute white house withe the view and green pastures!!

Ruins of 'Old' Castlemacadam Church outside Avoca - County Wicklow Ireland................

Ireland, I would love to sit here....with a book....and a pot of tea....wrapped in a cozy blanket....... and just breathe

Dún Chaoin Pier in County Kerry, Ireland

Hillsborough Parish Church at Night (in WInter) by {Flixelpix} David, via Flickr

Happy St. Pat's day! It is easy to see from this true-color image why Ireland is called the Emerald Isle. Intense green vegetation, primarily grassland, covers most of the country except for the exposed rock on mountaintops. Ireland owes its greenness to moderate temperatures and moist air.