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  • Top Family Attractions in County Clare

    Tuesday, April 15th, 2014 | By

    Bunratty Castle, county clare, Ireland

    If your Ireland vacation takes you to the west, it’s likely you’ll be stopping at the most visited natural attraction in the country – the Cliffs of Moher. If the weather is fine, you might even opt for a Cliffs of Moher cruise. (I highly recommend it!) But then what? Don’t go rushing off to […]

  • Plans for Titanic II Set Sail

    Tuesday, April 15th, 2014 | By

    Titanic II

    Iceberg…, straight ahead! It looks like the Titanic. It is supposed to feel like the Titanic. However, Australian billionaire, Clive Palmer, said his dream project won’t sink like the Titanic. Palmer recently unveiled plans for Titanic II. His blueprints are an exact replica of that ill-fated 1912 cruise liner. Like the original, plans for Titanic […]

  • Breweries in England

    Tuesday, April 8th, 2014 | By

    Breweries in England

    Visiting breweries is one of my favorite things to do in Boston. It’s a great tourist activity for friends that are visiting, especially seeing the two big ones: Samuel Adams and Harpoon. Visiting a brewery usually consists of a tour, learning about the process, the beers, and then comes the best part… the tasting! When visiting […]

  • Wales – the Castle Capital of the World

    Tuesday, April 1st, 2014 | By

    Conwy Castle, Wales, Castle Capital of the World

    Castles, castles, which country has the most castles? You’ll likely be surprised at the answer. Wales, that smidgen of land on the western edge of England, has more castles than any other country in Europe! Total castle numbers vary from over 500 to 641, depending on who you talk with, but either way, you won’t […]

  • Exploring Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way

    Thursday, March 27th, 2014 | By

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    Ireland’s newest initiative, the Wild Atlantic Way is big news for those who aren’t afraid of driving in Ireland. The longest coastal driving route in Europe, the Wild Atlantic Way stretches from Donegal’s stunning Inishowen Peninsula to the picturesque seaside town of Kinsale in County Cork. Between the two lies over 2500 miles of stunning […]

  • Happy 1100th Birthday to Ireland’s Oldest City: Waterford

    Tuesday, March 25th, 2014 | By

    chorister's hall

    Ask most visitors to name Ireland’s first established city and most will answer “Dublin” without blinking an eye. And though Dublin is an old city – founded in 988 – it is 74 years younger than Ireland’s oldest city. Located in the south-eastern part of the country, the majority of people touring Ireland bypass the […]

  • Ireland’s Ballyhoura Region: You Don’t Know What You’re Missing

    Thursday, March 20th, 2014 | By

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    It’s not marked on any map. And if you ask about it, you’re likely to receive a blank stare. Yet most visitors touring Ireland drive through the Ballyhoura Region to reach the ‘Sunny Southwest,’ barely glancing out the window in their rush to reach the next stop on their itinerary. Stretching from just south of Limerick […]

  • Top Self-Drive Routes in Ireland

    Tuesday, March 18th, 2014 | By

    Top Self-Drive Routes in Ireland

    Driving through Ireland is one of the best ways to see all of the hot spots and beautiful sites that the island has to offer. Plus, it gives you the freedom to travel wherever you’d like whether you’re alone or with a group of friends or family. Know you want to take a self-drive tour […]

  • Video of Ireland Inspires

    Wednesday, March 12th, 2014 | By

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    Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and watch this beautiful video of Ireland recently released by Fáilte Ireland and the Irish government. Speaking at the launch of the video of Ireland, Eamon Gilmore, Deputy Prime Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, said, “This video is about our people, our companies, our creativity and our country. There is […]

  • It’s Official, Introducing the Tenon Tours Tartan

    Monday, February 17th, 2014 | By

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    A thank you to the designers at Geoffrey (Tailor) Highland Crafts, as of February 14, 2014 Tenon Tours has officially registered a new corporate tartan into The Scottish Register of Tartans. The design and tartan was revealed to the President and CEO of Tenon Tours, Bryan Lewis, during the annual company Kickoff Meeting in December, […]

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