Trip To Ireland

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Hey how many of you ever toured Ireland? Which place you liked the most? I am fan of Cliffs of Moher. I like there. Wats yours?

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John Dennis

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I have a bit experiece about Northern Ireland. There's plenty significance sightseeing in Northern Ireland. Wherever you go, the prominence is on participation. Experience life as it was once lived in stately homes and history parks. Explore and practice in museums. Indulge your interest at countless villages and sights along your journey. Northern Ireland is ideal for families; kids will love the thrill of touching sea life at Exploris Aquarium or pretending they're the train drivers at the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum!


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I am interested in future trip. Please provide more information.


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