Frommer's Ireland From $60 a Day (Frommer's $ A Day)

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9780028635057: Frommer's Ireland From $60 a Day (Frommer's $ A Day)

"Written by travel veterans with a nose for comfort.... Accuracy: high." —Details magazine Everything You Need for an Unforgettable—and Affordable—Trip!

  • Inviting places to stay, from country castles to Victorian townhouses—for as little as $26 per person a night!
  • Great dining at unbelievably low prices, from a $6 Dublin pub lunch to a three-course gourmet supper at a cozy inn for $25
  • A complete budget sightseeing guide to the Emerald Isle: Celtic sites, Norman castles, literary landmarks, city strolls, museums, and more
  • The best of the beautiful countryside: scenic drives, nature walks, golf, fishing, horseback riding, and more
  • Low-cost nightlife—from medieval banquets to live Irish music
  • Detailed, accurate two-color city and regional maps
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From the Publisher:

Frommer's brings you everything you want to see or do in Ireland, even on a budget:

The Best Castles, Natural Wonders, Ruins, Irish Baking, Affordable Restaurants, Offbeat Activities, Bed and Breakfasts

Tips on:

Finding the best shopping bargains

Tracing your Irish roots

Seeing the sights

Planning outdoor activities: bicycling, walking, driving, kayaking, windsurfing, sailing, diving, horseback riding, birdwatching....and of course GOLF!

About the Author:

About the Authors Mark Meagher has long been fascinated with the Irish landscape. During his frequent sojourns in Ireland, Mark has catalogued castles, mapped rocks, traced the footsteps of Irish writers, and combed the countryside in search of the best B&Bs. He is currently pursuing graduate studies in architecture at Harvard University. Kamni Gill, a native of Alberta, believes that the best way to see Ireland is on foot and climbing. Her first climb was Mount Brandon in Dingle, and she has been exploring the Irish landscape ever since, tripping over sheep in her (usually soggy) quest to learn more about passage tombs, round towers, and castles. Robert Meagher, a dual citizen of Ireland and the United States, is professor of humanities at Hampshire College, Amherst, Massachusetts. He has lived and worked in Ireland, twice holding visiting professorships at Trinity College, Dublin. Elizabeth Neave, after studying and teaching in Dublin, pursued her graduate studies in education at Smith College. She currently teaches elementary school in the Connecticut public schools.

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Mark Meagher
Published by Frommers (2000)
ISBN 10: 0028635051 ISBN 13: 9780028635057
New Paperback Quantity Available: 1

Book Description Frommers, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 18. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0028635051

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