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  • Travel Inspiration: Ireland on Instagram

    Monday, September 29th, 2014 | By

    Ireland on Instagram

    It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. But, as we all know, the Irish possess the ability to use words so eloquently that listening indefinitely is no hardship. Such is the way with photos of Ireland on Instagram. Perusing photos of the beautiful Irish landscape, adorable animals, and even day-to-day scenes […]

  • Breweries in Scotland

    Friday, September 26th, 2014 | By

    Black Isle Brewery

    Visiting a brewery is a great tourist activity because you learn about the history and culture behind the brewery, and you also get to learn about how beer is made. When visiting Scotland, many think of whisky distilleries and maybe even taking a self-drive tour through Scotland’s Whisky Trail, but the beer made in Scotland is just as great. […]

  • The Donkey Sanctuary: Cork, Ireland

    Friday, September 26th, 2014 | By

    The Donkey Sanctuary: Cork, Ireland

    What exactly is a donkey sanctuary? That was my question when I was looking for things to do on a vacation in Ireland. A donkey sanctuary is similar to a dog or cat animal shelter in the US, except they only have donkeys and mules. If you’re looking to experience something truly unique while traveling […]

  • Scotland’s Whisky Trail

    Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014 | By

    Scotland's Whisky Trail

    The best thing about Scotland’s Malt Whisky Trail is that it is the only malt whisky trail in the world! So when you take a vacation to Scotland to discover the difference between whiskey and whisky, you’ll truly be experiencing a one of a kind trip! Scotland is known for its many great whiskies, and […]

  • What is Gaelic Handball?

    Monday, September 22nd, 2014 | By

    Gaelic Handball

    Now that you know about Gaelic Football, Hurling, and Rounders, Gaelic Handball is the last of the Gaelic games to learn. Handball was first played in Scotland in 1427, and then it was played in Ireland in 1527. In those times, it wasn’t yet called “Handball;” it was only recorded that there was a game […]

  • 10 Cool Things About Scotland

    Wednesday, September 10th, 2014 | By

    10 Cool Things About Scotland

    Scotland is a great country to visit because there are many must-see attractions for any type of traveler. It was even on Lonely Planet’s list of top countries to visit in 2014! Before you take your vacation to Scotland, you should learn these 10 cool things that you probably don’t know about the country, even […]

  • Making the Most of Your Time at Milwaukee Irish Fest

    Thursday, August 28th, 2014 | By

    Bands at Milwaukee Irish Fest

    Milwaukee Irish Fest claims to be the largest Irish Festival in the world – and after spending a weekend there, I’m more than willing to believe the hype. The festival fills – actually overflows – the 75 acre Henry Maier Festival Park, turning it into what I call ‘Ireland’s 33rd County.’ You only have to […]

  • Top 10 Golf Courses in Ireland and Scotland

    Tuesday, August 19th, 2014 | By


    There are many different rankings out there for the best, top, must-play courses around the world. To determine the best golf courses in Ireland and Scotland, we combined the rankings of a few of the most reputable sources available: Golf Digest, Golf Magazine, and Top100GolfCourses.co.uk. These sources generally rate each course on such criteria as difficulty, […]

  • Ireland & UK Travel Advisory – Volcanic Ash Cloud 2014

    Monday, August 18th, 2014 | By

    Example: Ash disrupting airspace in May 2011.

    This travel advisory will be updated periodically in order to inform all Tenon Tours travelers about the latest regarding news of the possible eruption of Iceland’s Bardarbunga volcano due to intense earthquake activity. 8.18.14: Iceland’s Meteorological Office issued an orange-level alert, warning the aviation industry of the potential for an eruption that releases a disruptive […]

  • Don’t Just Drive Through Kilkenny – 10 Reasons to Linger

    Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 | By

    Kilkenny Castle Garden

    Just a couple hours from Dublin, Kilkenny is an easy ‘first stop’ for many on an Ireland driving tour. Unfortunately, many visitors won’t get further than the Ring Road, which circles the city of Kilkenny, before continuing on their trek to the southwest. Both the medieval city of Kilkenny and the county that bears the […]

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