The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 14. Ireland Travel Guide (Covers Ireland & Northern Ireland)

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Ireland is an island west of England in the Atlantic Ocean. In 1938, most of Ireland got its independence except for Northern Ireland which is still ruled by the United Kingdom. Irish or Gaelic is a Celtic language related to Scottish Gaelic that is still spoken by some of the people but English is the everyday tongue for virtually everybody. A lot of immigrants have settled in Ireland so it's multicultural. Ireland is still beautiful. rural and old school in most places. Things are cheap now because of overbuilt real estate and business during the past boom. There are small, winding country roads. St. Patrick's Day festivities include a parade and the Lord Mayor's Ball in Dublin. You can take a river cruise down the Shannon. There are many quiet seaside villages. Follow St. Patrick's life at the Rock of Cashel. It's a mystical, ancient place. The Ring of Kerry is a scenic seaside drive. Try #914.15 at the library for books about Ireland.
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April 21, 2014
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