The term ‘craic’ is a uniquely Irish one. It means fun and enjoyment and good times had by all. After two long years, the ‘craic’ is truly back in Ireland. There is a buzz in towns and cities again, laughter in the streets, and music in the air. And what perfect timing as Spring begins to appear. Poet Gerard Manley Hopkins wrote, “Nothing is so beautiful as Spring – When … [Read more...] about The ‘Craic’ is Back in Ireland
Looking forward to traveling and seeing Ireland in 2022? CIE Tours is celebrating their 90th anniversary and to celebrate they are offering travelers a 2-for-1 sale to travel on any date in 2022. CIE Tours has reached a milestone that few companies in the travel industry have achieved – 90 years of delivering unparalleled vacation experiences to Ireland, Britain and … [Read more...] about CIE Tours 90th Anniversary 2-for-1 Sale
2-for-1 travel offer extended througn February 28, 2022 CIE TOURS’ 90TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION CONTINUES IN FEBRUARY WITH $90 DEPOSITS, 10% OFF SELECT TOURS, PRIZE GIVEAWAYS AND MORE CIE Tours, the industry leader in guided vacations to Ireland and Britain, continues its yearlong celebration of ninety years of delivering exceptional vacation experiences with the … [Read more...] about CIE TOURS’ 90TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION CONTINUES
Seeing the word “final” in print or online can have different effects on the reader. Irish people are often reminded of the “All-Ireland Final” and it’s great to think about those big sporting events featuring Gaelic football and hurling. For others, however, “final” might awake memories of receiving a “final notice” demanding payment of some half-forgotten bill.
As I … [Read more...] about Ireland is Back
Following its successful vaccine rollout, the Irish government’s plan is to end most COVID-19 restrictions
by the end of October.
The future is bright for communities along Ireland’s longest river as the Shannon Greenway is coming soon. Ireland’s majestic Shannon River is celebrated in song and story, and now plans are afoot for a Greenway that will make it more accessible to all. The proposed corridor will run on the western shore of the river from Cavan through Leitrim, Roscommon, Galway … [Read more...] about The Shannon Greenway