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    I went to Kinsale today. It is utterly lovely, with the best Mojito I have has since Miami. This tour has been the nicest for ages as I was up at Ross Point in Sligo and Donegal too. Tres jolie. Where is your favourite place in Ireland?
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    Actually, apart from really cool family holidays in Bundoran many moons ago, my favourite place is my home town. It's by the sea, not full of idiots, and really handy to Belfast (in itself a really nice place now, since a load of people wised up, and it got like a 'proper' city).

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucy chambers View Post
    I went to Kinsale today. It is utterly lovely, with the best Mojito I have has since Miami. This tour has been the nicest for ages as I was up at Ross Point in Sligo and Donegal too. Tres jolie. Where is your favourite place in Ireland?
    really big weekend in kinsale this weekend i think, possibly the may bank holiday though.....sorry im no use.

    I like kerry for scenery but i am a city boy at heart.

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    Actually, apart from really cool family holidays in Bundoran many moons ago, my favourite place is my home town. It's by the sea, not full of idiots, and really handy to Belfast (in itself a really nice place now, since a load of people wised up, and it got like a 'proper' city).
    I did a bit of wandering around Bangor last summer. Port Rush too. Equally lovely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lucy chambers View Post
    I went to Kinsale today. It is utterly lovely, with the best Mojito I have has since Miami. This tour has been the nicest for ages as I was up at Ross Point in Sligo and Donegal too. Tres jolie. Where is your favourite place in Ireland?
    Galway.
    Every time.

    Its big enough and touristy enough to always have something happening.
    But it doesn't feel as anonymous as a city.

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    Kinsale is lovely (as is most of this country when we get some sunshine ...).

    Dunno if you are still on the buses (ffs, ahem!) but while in that part of the world a trip to Garnish Island is, imho, a must. A bit away from where you are at the moment but an absolutely amazing little spot. Well worth the trip and, if you disagree, I'll refund your boat/admission fee. Truly, it is one of Ireland's hidden gems. If you don't get a Zen-like moment there you never will ...

    Tell me where you're off to next and will happily continue this travelogue!

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    Wicklow mountains ,Glendalough any where around there does it for me every time on a nice day hard to beat

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    Galway but for punting Dublin loads happening to blend in
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    Been thinking a bit about whether or not you are still using buses - if so Garnish Island is probably a bit out of the way.

    In Cork 'city' center you have the bells of Shandon - an utterly ear splittingly memorable experience of one of the steepest streets you will ever encounter. On a more corny level, the Blarney Stone isn't too far away form the 'city' centre - cheesy yes but all in good fun. Fota Island if animals are your thing ...

    Another amazing little spot in Cork is (spelling mistake coming up here) Gogonbarra - a bit like Glendalough in the sense of tranquility. On a good day it is really impressive.

    Other than that I suggest you look for a big sign with an arrow showing the way to Dublin!

    JC are you there???

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucy chambers View Post
    I went to Kinsale today. It is utterly lovely, with the best Mojito I have has since Miami. This tour has been the nicest for ages as I was up at Ross Point in Sligo and Donegal too. Tres jolie. Where is your favourite place in Ireland?
    Kilkenny is quite nice great for night life... Don't think ya can beat ol'Dublin though
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