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Kilkea Castle

Kilkea Castle Hotel & Golf Resort Review

If only the walls could talk, Kilkea Castle, one Ireland’s longest continually inhabited medieval castles in County Kildare, could tell tales of witchcraft, a monkey saving a baby from a fire as well as the ghost of the Wizard Earl who is reputed to return on the 7th day of the 7th month of the 7th year on his horse with silver hoofs.  Now, no one knows which...

Self Drive Ireland Itinerary

Hotel Review: Ahernes Youghal Ireland

We had read that Youghal was the gem of Ireland’s Ancient East so we headed there to find out if this was true or not and spend at night at Ahernes Youghal. Ahernes is famous for its Irish Food at their Seafood Bar and Restaurant with luxury townhouse accommodation. Once again one night was not long enough to enjoy the hospitality of Ahernes Youghal and the...

One Day in Dubrovnik

One Day in Dubrovnik

If one day in Dubrovnik is all that you may have time for you need to make the most of your time. Whether you are arriving in Dubrovnik by a Croatian cruise or combining holidays to Croatia with another destination, most of your time will be taken up inside the Dubrovnik Old Town and the Walls of Dubrovnik.  They are spectacular and one that we highly recommend you...

Visit Stockholm

Why Baby Boomers Should Visit Stockholm

Why Baby Boomers should visit Stockholm? Have you ever wondered what it is like to visit Stockholm? After our visit, we were asked so many questions from our community.  When was the best time to travel? Is it all Abba (yes, we even got that one). How did you cope with the many hours of daylight? Was it expensive? Is it safe to travel around? Stockholm Sweden is not...

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