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(Small-Group)Cliffs of Moher, King John's Castle,The Burren Day Trip From Dublin
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(Small-Group)Cliffs of Moher, King John's Castle,The Burren Day Trip From Dublin
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Discover County Clare’s ancient history and wild coastal scenery on a full-day trip from Dublin to the Cliffs of Moher, King John’s Castle, and Burren. With transport by climate-controlled luxury vans, you’ll have a comfortable spot to enjoy the magnificent views without the hassle of driving and parking. In between stops, follow a picturesque coastal road along Galway Bay before looping back to Dublin.
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RoMoCork wrote a review Oct 2019
Cork26 contributions5 helpful votes
Never knew this Abbey was open to the public. Mass was celebrated at 12.15 and was sung by the priests and monks it was heavenly. The church was so bright and plain. We had lunch and I never tasted anything as good as the potatoes. The gardens the farm and the architechture is
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Patricia C wrote a review Apr 2019
Limerick, Ireland19 contributions9 helpful votes
Why have i not been here before amazing experience from the buildings grounds nature and the singing well worth keeping an eye out for more events🤗😍😘
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Jgahan66 wrote a review Aug 2018
Dublin, Ireland8 contributions7 helpful votes
What a privilege to stay at the abbey’s guesthouse. A most beautiful setting for retreating & contemplation. All the while being looked after superbly by Brother Christopher and his fellow monks. I look forward to hopefully returning.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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BrownDawn wrote a review Jul 2017
Waterford, Ireland310 contributions67 helpful votes
This attraction is very popular with bus loads of tourists visiting the lovely buildings and gardens, there are plenty of photo opportunities and a gift shop, there are fantastic gardens and lovely shrubs and stately trees to grab your attention
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Date of experience: May 2017
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R G wrote a review Dec 2016
Dublin, Ireland870 contributions207 helpful votes
A place of great natural beauty, Glenstal Abbey is a monastic community , where one can take time out to reflect , All services here, except Vespers are chanted in English, with some Latin hymns and antiphons. The Masst is celebrated in English, the ordinary and proper chants
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Date of experience: March 2016
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