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Steves gives travelers selective coverage of famous sights, and a healthy dose of "back door" discoveries. The most current information available in ...Show synopsisSteves gives travelers selective coverage of famous sights, and a healthy dose of "back door" discoveries. The most current information available in any European guidebook, this edition covers the Dingle Peninsula, Kilkenny, Dublin, Galway, Belfast, the Antrim Coast, and Portrush.Hide synopsis
I purchased this book for my husband as a resouce for his family history. He loves the book. It makes "home" at little more special to him. I don't know if we were ever get to Ireland, but we feel as if we have been there through this wonderful travel guide.
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