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Ireland in early April

Ireland in early April

  1. Anonymous

    Looking at taking Norwegian to Shannon the first of April 2018 for 10 days. Looking for suggestions on how many days to spend where (examples: Shannon, Kilkenney, Dublin, Killarney etc.) We are also wondering about the weather which we hear should be in the low/mid 50’s but we recently saw Dublin covered in Snow for St. Patricks day. Reading tells us the Cliffs of Moher, Dingle Peninsula, Ross Castle are all things to see but again we appreciate suggestions. Also which US Hotel chain is most centrally located in Dublin to allow us to walk or take local transit. Thank You

  2. rickyw

    Jimbo, sounds like a great trip but I would encourage you to also post your question to a forum like TripAdvisor. Most of the advice on here tends to be more towards the journey getting somewhere, and not the actual destination.

    Maybe someone who’s been to Dublin though can help with the hotel question. I’ve never been myself…

  3. MidSouthSkier

    Hey Jimbo, Dublin is pretty walkable and the trams are easy to use so I’d just check a map for sites you’re interested in. By chance our first stop was Kilmainham Gaol and that tour turned out to provide us a nice base of knowledge for a timeline of things in the city.

    As for the other places around the country if you want to create a login I can PM you a link to some blog posts for the trip my friend and I took in 2013.

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