Ireland

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Rough Guides, 2003 - Travel - 912 pages
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The Rough Guide to Ireland is an in-depth guide to the whole of Ireland - both the Republic and the North. This fully updated edition includes a lavish colour section introducing the country''s highlights. Each chapter gives vivid descriptions of the best sights, activities, routes, places to stay, eat, drink and be entertained."No other guide to Ireland offers the detail and the insight offered by the Rough Guide."A reader from Northern Ireland, amazon.co.uk 13 August, 1999"A good guide to the Ireland of today, discerning and frank." Irish Independent.
 

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Silver Sands Hostel In Waterville, Was amazing Beds were comfy. room was clean and kitchen was huge. They also have music playing as well as instruments to play. Dylan and Kerry were very Helpful and had loads of Ideas on places to go while we stayed. They arranged just about everything for us. They made our stay as pleasant and worry free. I recommend this place for everyone. VERY UNIQUE PLACE. Loads of fun.  

Contents

Contents O Galway Mayo and Roscommon
8
Rough Guide
12
Red tape and visas
20
o itinerary We start most town accounts
24
Costs money and banks
26
Accommodation
36
O Dublin 59141
59
O Dublin 59141
61
O Kerry 38120
382
O Kerry 381420
394
Clare 421448
421
Galway Mayo
451
Sligo and Leitrim 529562
529
Donegal 563616
563
Belfast 617651
617
Belfast 617652
619

The Liberties
107
The outskirts
119
Restaurants
126
Clubs
133
Listings
139
O Wicklow and Kildare 143173
143
O Laois and Offaly 175192
175
O Meath Westmeath
193
O Louth Monaghan
227
O Wexford Carlow
259
O Waterford Tipperary
287
Highlights
334
East Cork
348
Inland Cork
354
West towards Skibbereen
362
Antrim and Deny 653700
653
Down and Armagh 701746
701
Tyrone and Fermanagh
747
History
779
Environment and wildlife
806
Architecture
812
Art
819
Film
828
Literature
846
Books
860
Language
881
Language books and resources
884
Index and small print 8899O3
889
Twenty years of Rough Guides
900
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About the author (2003)

Greenwood graduated from the University of Kent at Canterbury in 1981. Since then she has worked as a welfare rights campaigner and an English teacher.

Connolly graduated from Queen's University, Belfast. Mark taught English in Poland, Israel, and Japan. He has worked as a radio journalist for BBC Radio Ulster and BBC Radio 5 and is currently based in Dublin.

Geoff Wallis is an experienced author and has been contributing to Rough Guides since the early 1980as. He is co-author of Dublin DIRECTIONS and is a contributor to the Rough Guides to England and Europe. He is also an acknowledged expert on traditional Irish Music. Paul Gray is co-author of Dublin DIRECTIONS and Rough Guides to Bangkok, Thailand and Thailandas Beaches and Islands.A

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