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10 things to do in the quaint town of Antibes: A Guide

Antibes is an old town between Nice and Cannes. It is very accessible by train or by bus, it is a lovely day trip if you are staying in one of these cities. During my stay in the neighbouring town of Juan Le Pins, I spent a lot of time in Antibes.   If you want to find out more about things to do in the South Of France click here How to get there From Nice take the Cannes train ...
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My delicious dinner at Pilgrims Restaurant, Roscarbery, West Cork

I recently planned a visit to the beautiful town of Roscarbery and decided to have a meal in the famous Pilgrims Restaurant. This place is so popular you need to book several weeks in advance. I am usually never this organised however I managed to remember to make a reservation at Pilgrims Restaurant well in advance before my trip (about two months!!!) The Menu What is unique about this restaurant is that the menu changes every day to fit in ...
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All The Best Summer festivals Ireland has to offer in 2017

There are some great festivals taking place this Summer in Ireland, From food, Music, Theatre and the Arts there is something for everyone. I spent a significant amount of time researching the different best summer festivals in Ireland this year and I hope you get to go to a few over the summer months. Here is the best Summer Festivals Ireland has to offer in 2017 Cat Laughs Comedy Festival When: 1st-5th June 2017 Info: This is the biggest comedy festival ...
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My overnight stay at the Hayfield Manor Hotel, Cork

I recently took a trip to Cork City and stayed in the beautiful Hayfield Manor Hotel. I had heard really positive reviews of the hotel and I was excited to try it out for myself. When you enter Hayfield Manor the first thing you notice is the stairs which is the centre piece of the lobby area. There was a roaring fire nearby with lots of lush cosy chairs to sit on. The staff were very friendly and we were ...
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My Visit to the GPO Witness History Museum, Dublin

Last year the GPO opened its doors to a new museum highlighting the events that took place during the Easter Rising in 1916. After a year of opening I decided it was time to take the tour around the museum myself. I love the architecture of the GPO and even though it is only a Post Office, it is steeped in history and is a beautiful building. If you get a chance make sure you have a look around the main ...
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Everything you need to know about Brexit if travelling around Ireland

There has been a great deal of talk in recent months with regards to Britain leaving the EU or BREXIT as it has been called in the media. While the Republic of Ireland is not part of the UK many people have questions about how this will affect their travels around Ireland. I have broken the information on Brexit to explain everything you need to know about Brexit if you are planning on travelling around Ireland. What is Brexit? As ...
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Belfast on a Budget: Explore Belfast City with only £20

When I was doing a bit of Spring Cleaning in the house a number of weeks ago I came across 20 pounds sterling which was left over from my last trip to London. I decided to take my 20 pounds and go on a day trip to Belfast on a budget The Challenge I set for myself was to not spend anything other than the 20 pounds I had.  I did a bit of research before hand as to what ...