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3 Weeks In Ireland For $1700 - Planning A Trip To Ireland! - Budget Travel
Subscribe to Living On A Dime on YouTube! http://bit.ly/1QDDmbN Visit Our Website: http://www.LivingOnADime.com/ Free e-Mail Newsletter: http://bit.ly/1LfQf4y 3 Weeks In Ireland For $1700 - Planning A Trip To Ireland! - Budget Travel My daughter and I took a vacation holiday to Ireland, Scotland and England this year for just $1700 each! We spend a lot of time learning the best way to travel to Ireland on a budget and in this video, I share details about how we planned our trip to Ireland so we could have a dream vacation! We planned and experienced a holiday dream vacation to Ireland, Scotland and England for just $1700 per person for over 3 weeks and, in this video travel guide series, we’ll share some of our favorite Ireland travel tips and how we planned it to get the best prices available! In this video, we share how we planned our Ireland vacation including the best times to travel, a tour of AirBnB where we booked most of our accommodations, how we found cheap flights to Ireland, tips about renting cars, booking trains and ferries and more! Join us for this fun and informative Ireland vacation travel video guide! Here’s Where You Can Get Get $40 Credit Towards Your First Stay On AirBnB: www.airbnb.com/c/michaell24961 Here are some of our other videos about our travel in Ireland and the UK: Our Full Ireland Playlist - How We Traveled To Ireland Under $2000 For 3 Weeks: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLw--z6CubB_xS58veKaRldokYaPZgzlyx (More videos will be added to this playlist as we finish editing them.) Ireland For Under $2000! SailRail From London To Dublin! (Super Fun!) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SwOfZhS-e_g An Afternoon in Dublin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqwMDrT3UTk Mike’s first video from Mike and Elly’s UK and Ireland trip! We Visited A Viewer in England! Foxton Locks and Fardon Fields https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EF5aXz75BYc Find all of our books, including our Dining On a Dime cookbook here: https://www.livingonadime.com/store/ Get my How To Make Soap For Beginners e-Course here: http://www.livingonadime.com/how-to-make-soap-for-beginners/ My Homemade Soap Channel - How to Make Soap On A Dime http://bit.ly/2m4nOSG You can send us an e-mail here: http://www.livingonadime.com/contact/ ********************** Our Recommended Items At Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/shop/livingonadime Please note some of these links are affiliate links and we use them to bring you more recipes and tips! Thanks for your support! :-) ________________________ OUR FACEBOOK! https://www.facebook.com/livingonadime OUR PINTEREST! https://www.pinterest.com/livingonadime/
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Top 10 MOST BEAUTIFUL Places in IRELAND | Essential Irish Travel Guide  🇮🇪
Traveling to Ireland or Northern Ireland? From Dublin to Belfast and everything in between, these are the Top 10 Essential Things to Do on the island of Ireland. Alex and Marko the Vagabrothers guide you to the very best of the Emerald Isle. SUBSCRIBE ► http://bit.ly/Vagabrothers --- Watch our FULL IRELAND VLOG SERIES: http://bit.ly/2rajCaq Watch our FULL NORTHERN IRELAND SERIES: http://bit.ly/2rRNc1X --- WHAT WE VLOG WITH : - BIG CAMERA ►https://bhpho.to/2gitki3 - LENS ► https://bhpho.to/2gKadhE - SNEAKY CAMERA ► https://bhpho.to/2gQ0kBW - MICROPHONE ► https://bhpho.to/2fQpW1X - DRONE ► http://amzn.to/1USOWQG - ACTION CAM ► https://bhpho.to/2gPXihd --- FOLLOW US: + INSTAGRAM ►https://www.instagram.com/Vagabrothers + FACEBOOK ► https://www.facebook.com/Vagabrothers + TWITTER ► https://twitter.com/vagabrothers + SNAPCHAT ►@Vagabrothers --- Personal Accounts: + Alex ► https://www.instagram.com/alexthevagabond + Marko ► https://www.instagram.com/markoayling --- MUSIC ► --- Contribute to Vagabrothers #TranslationTeam: http://bit.ly/VBTranslationTeam --- BOOK YOUR TRAVELS HERE: + Hotels: http://bit.ly/TripAdvisorHotelDeals + Flights: http://bit.ly/SkyScannerFlights + Eurail Tickets: http://bit.ly/EurailPasses + Insurance: http://bit.ly/WorldNomadsInsurance --- WHAT WE VLOG WITH : -- CAMERA: https://bhpho.to/2gitki3 - LENS: https://bhpho.to/2gKadhE - MICROPHONE: https://bhpho.to/2fQpW1X - VLOG CAM: https://bhpho.to/2gQ0kBW - DRONE: http://amzn.to/1USOWQG - ACTION CAM: https://bhpho.to/2gPXihd - Suction Cup Thingy: https://bhpho.to/2gK6alk --- HOW WE GET AROUND: Get your first free ride with Uber by using the code "UberVagabrothersUE" or clicking here: https://www.uber.com/invite/ubervagabrothersue --- P.S. We love the Vagabuddies... Subscribe and join the squad!
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Come With Me To IRELAND! | Travel VLOG
Follow my adventures as I experience being in a medieval castle, Irish dancing, the Guinness factory and more (unfortunately no Leprechauns show up). I had the time of my life on my trip to Ireland back in November when I visited Dublin, Galway and Connemara. P.S. I apologize for spinning/twirling around so much. I thought I was in The Sound Of Music or something... One EPIC EUROPE TRIP Vlog: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GmJKJHr_nOY Music: AJR - I'm Ready https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2dJxFIV28Y Vance Joy - Mess Is Mine https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1C816p-KTNk Phillip Phillips - Unpack Your Heart https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=myHWD6Pch8U One Direction - Act My Age https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wI4Ckiss6s Follow your heart, and why not my social media while you're at it: Instagram: http://instagram.com/naomileanage/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/naomileanage Snapchat: naomileanage Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Confessionso... Tumblr: http://dresswell-traveloften.tumblr.com/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/naomielle92/
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7 Days in IRELAND | Travel VLOG
We brake into an old fort by the sea, get kicked off the Cliffs of Moher, learn how to pour the perfect pint of Guinness, go to an Irish wedding in Kildare, eat the best Irish breakfast in Galway, and get a liiiiiittle bit too drunk in Dublin. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/conorcoghlan/ Website: http://conorcoghlan.com/ Blog: http://conorcoghlan.com/blog/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/conorkcoghlan/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/coghlanconor Twitter: https://twitter.com/conorcoghlan
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How to do a road trip in Ireland | SEDA College
There's nothing better than planning a road trip in Ireland. SEDA College brings a simple step by step guide: learn how to plan a road trip alone or with your friends and be prepared to have loads of fun! :) Live Your Dream with SEDA! ☘ Follow us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/mySeda Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SedaCollege Instagram: http://instagram.com/myseda
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What to Pack for a Trip to Ireland
Learn what to pack for a trip to Ireland from Co-Owner and Director of Tours at Inroads Ireland Tours, Carolyn Janette. Pulling from years of travel experience, she shares her tips and insights to packing lightly and efficiently so you can focus on enjoying your Irish vacation! http://inroadsireland.com
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Tips for Traveling to Ireland with or without kids
Great interview with Jody from IrelandFamilyVacations.com with tips for where to visit when going to Ireland for the first time or the 12th, what to bring back, what to eat, the best whisky on the island and more. Travel to Ireland with us and start planning your own trip.
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10 year old kid on an International Flight | Come with me from AMERICA to IRELAND
Every year my family goes to Ireland to visit my mom's family. I have been going to Ireland since I was 6 months old. I will take you door to door, Texas, America to Dublin, Ireland over land, sea and air. Through Houston and Atlanta airports, on very delayed flights and almost missed flight. My family of 8, with kids ages 15 down to 3 ran, bags and all through the terminal. Yep. It was fun, but necessary to get to our destination: Granny's house! Home away from home. And ready for my FIRST MEET and GREET!! Stay tuned for that vlog! See one of my first vlogs from Ireland last year when I was traveling home - http://bit.ly/29byLhR So, have I improved my vlogging in the last year? ~~~~ CAMERA: Sony A5000 EDITOR: iMovie ANNIE'S WORLD: Annie is 10 years old. Homeschooled, 5th grade (attends PACES one day a week). Lives in Texas. Loves her kitten, YouTube, filming, DIYs, room decorating, shopping, her family, her church family & friends. Subscribers 0 - Sept 2015 500 - Nov 10 2015 5000 - Feb 2016 50000 - June 2016 100000 - September 2016 FIND ME - Instagram https://instagram.com/annierhcole/ Twitter https://twitter.com/Anniesvlogs (not really used much) Email annierhcole@gmail.com ANNIE'S VLOGS https://goo.gl/Fmz2h6 Main Channel - JAZZY GIRL STUFF https://www.youtube.com/jazzygirlstuff/ Younger Brother - LITTLE BOYS CHANNEL https://goo.gl/PdPb4A BFF Hope - HOPE'S VLOGS https://goo.gl/81JrYN Big Brother - WHYNOT ENTERTAINMENT https://goo.gl/CtlnRg Big Brother - HOODIE http://bit.ly/1SWEPM7 Big Brother - GEARS http://bit.ly/1SvKQR9 Brother's GF Tina - http://bit.ly/1U7ZpZi Hope's Family - SUPER HERO KIDS! https://goo.gl/txvLqo Annie was inspired to vlog by Casey Neistat http://bit.ly/1sEbnIU & Bethany Mota in the summer of 2015. Annie loves to watch Miranda Sings, Brooklyn & Bailey, Alisha Marie, Claudia Sulewski, and many more. Her favorite shops for shopping in are Target, Claire's and Forever 21 and Annie LOVES to shop. And talk. Thanks for watching! Feel free to share your ideas and favorites. We will always try to answer your questions and comments below!
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🇮🇪 DUBLIN Travel Guide 🇮🇪 | Travel better in IRELAND!
Dublin is one of the liveliest and friendliest cities we've visited! In this Essential Guide, we'll take you through everything you need to know before you go, including how to get there from Dublin airport, what the food's like (superb!!) and where you'll find all the best things to do, see and experience. For more on Dublin, we also have a video with all our top things to do here: https://youtu.be/BIfvO4rwLNQ And some Dublin hidden gems from the locals in a video here: https://youtu.be/AjAZvtoz5QE Don’t forget to… SUBSCRIBE ► https://goo.gl/mKhPKt Get in touch on Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/holidayextras Follow our travels on Twitter ► https://www.twitter.com/holidayextras Get some sneak-previews on Instagram ► https://instagram.com/holidayextras/ Quench your wanderlust on Pinterest ►https://www.pinterest.com/holidayextras/ And explore our Blog ► https://goo.gl/EgQpsp ………………………… HEHA! Your Travel Buddy :D PoweredBy http://www.holidayextras.co.uk/?agent=WJ414 ………………………… Transcript: The airport is 10km outside Dublin and is the only international airport serving the city. From here, your choices for transport to the centre are bus or a taxi, as there’s no train station at the airport. Dublin airport’s Aircoach will take you to various locations across the city, so make sure you know which stop is nearest your hotel. Dublin is compact, which means if you’re staying in the city centre, you can pretty much walk to everything. However, if you want to get around quickly, hop on a tram. The Luas is Dublin’s tram system; there are two lines, red and green. And the walk from the end of the green line to the red line is about 15 minutes. Don’t forget to always tap in and tap out, otherwise you’ll get charged the maximum possible fare. If you plan on making multiple journeys, we recommend getting a Leap Card. It’s Dublin’s public transport top-up smart card and you can get them at the airport or at local shops, wherever you see the sign. Dublin is bisected by the River LIffey, which runs across the city. There used to be a pronounced cultural divide, with the poor living in the North and the South being home to the upper and middle classes. Today, that’s not the case and Dublin can be divided into some distinct districts… The Medieval district is the oldest part of Dublin. It’s here that you can find Dublin Castle, Christ Church and St.Patrick’s Cathedral. The Georgian District starts at St.Stephen’s Green and Trinity College and continues up to the canal. Dublin’s Docklands is where lots of the world’s biggest tech companies have offices. The Cultural District is where you’ll find Temple Bar. This area is home to pubs, clubs, markets and Dublin’s most energetic nightlife. A word of warning about the weather in Dublin - it’s late June and, as you can see, the weather is glorious… If you’re a duck! But, seriously, the weather in Dublin constantly changes. During the time in the city, we’d often have warm sun, torrential rain and overcast skies; all on the same day. Our advice is to be prepared and pack a light waterproof or small umbrella. If there’s one thing that Dublin and Ireland do better than anyone else in the world, it’s their seafood, especially their oysters. One place we definitely recommend you go is Klaw. It’s a tiny seafood restaurant on Crown Alley, just off Temple Bar Square. It’ll probably be full when you arrive so you may have to wait outside with a pint of Guinness but it’s worth it, we promise. Also, if you quote ‘Holiday Extras’ when you arrive, they’ll give you a free Oyster :) When it comes to drink, Guinness is obviously what Dublin is best known for, and for good reason. Ireland’s most famous export definitely tastes better in its home city. They say it’s in the water, but what we know is that you can’t come to Dublin without at least trying it just once…or twice…three times…you get the idea! We recommend trying out the Porterhouse. It’s the city’s original craft beer pub and they’ve been serving for 20 years. I’ve gone for a Dublin pale ale, which is €5 and, according to this, is an Irish-style pale ale with an orange, lemon and lime hop character… This Guinness in Temple Bar was €5.95. This pub meal cost €13.50. This coffee cost €2.50. A Temple Bar hotel cost roughly €170 per night. Quick tip - if at the chip and PIN machine you get the choice to use Pounds or Euros, always choose Euros. Shops will give you a worse exchange rate than your bank will.
Planning My Irish Honeymoon! | How to Plan a Trip Abroad
Recently I planned my honeymoon to Ireland! Let's talk about how you can plan out your own trip abroad. Was this helpful? Do you have other tips I didn't mention? Comment below! Info on US Passports: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/passports.html //Find Me Elsewhere: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/scribblemaven Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/scribblemaven Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/scribble_maven Blog: https://www/scribblemaven.com © Maeve Stoltz 2018
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IRELAND - A Southern Roadtrip in 7 Days - Skellig Michael, Ring of Kerry, Cliffs of Moher, Galway
Join me as I take you on an epic 7 day roadtrip through the southern part of Ireland. This travel guide explores the top attractions and best things to do that starts with a flight from Toronto to Dublin with Air Transat, down to Wicklow Mountains and the Glendalough Monastic City, Kilkenny, Rock of Cashel, Blarney Castle, Skellig Michael, Ring of Kerry, Kerry Cliffs, Killarney, Dingle Peninsula, Cliffs of Moher, Burren National Park, Galway, and then all the way back to Dublin. Throughout this trip, we learn the true meaning of Irish hospitality and the beauty of the dramatic countryside. The lush green rolling hills filled with sheep contrasted against the jagged and sharp coastline made for one of the most incredible roadtrips I've ever done and that includes my trip to Iceland. Skellig Michael is a must-do for lovers of puffins and Star Wars and is everything I dreamed of. 7 days was just enough to do this incredible loop but we came back wanting to see more. My hope is that this'll show you that 7 days in Ireland is completely possible and to inspire you to embark on your own journey. 7 Day Itinerary in Southern Ireland | Ireland Travel Guide: http://goingawesomeplaces.com/southern-ireland-ultimate-guide-7-day-road-trip-itinerary/ ALL THE PLACES WE WENT: 1) Glendalough Monastic City - 00:45 2) Kilkenny Castle - 00:59 3) Rock of Cashel - 01:09 4) Blarney Castle & Gardens (Blarney Stone) - 01:24 5) Ring of Kerry - 01:34 6) Skellig Michael (from Portmagee) - 01:41 7) Valentia Lighthouse (Valentia Island) - 02:28 8) Kerry Cliffs - 02:36 9) Molls Gap (along Ring of Kerry) - 02:47 10) Ladies View - 02:54 11) The Lake Hotel - 03:04 12) Muckross Abbey - 03:13 13) Muckross House - 03:20 14) Killarney National Park - 03:30 15) Torc Waterfall - 03:32 16) Ross Castle - 03:34 17) Dunquin Harbour (Dingle) - 03:42 18) Slea Head Drive (Dingle) - 03:58 19) Coumenoole Beach (Dingle) - 04:13 20) Clogher Strand (Dingle) - 04:21 21) Gallarus Oratory (Dingle) - 04:33 22) Conor Pass (Dingle) - 04:36 23) Cliffs of Moher - 04:50 24) Burren National Park - 05:03 25) Poulabrone Dolmen - 05:16 26) Galway - 05:23 27) Galway Glamping - 05:26 28) Clash Gaelic Games - 05:24 29) Kilmainham Gaol (Dublin) - 05:59 30) Book of Kells (Dublin) - 06:02 31) Temple Bar (Dublin) - 06:04 GEAR USED ▶ GoPro Hero 5 - http://goingawesomeplaces.com/goprohero5 ▶ Camera - Olympus OMD EM1 MK2 (no gimbal!) - http://goingawesomeplaces.com/omdem1mk2 ▶ Drone - http://goingawesomeplaces.com/djimavic ▶ Backpack - PeakDesign Everyday Backpack 30L - http://goingawesomeplaces.com/everydaybackpack30l LOOKING FOR MORE? ▶ THE FULL IRELAND ROADTRIP GUIDE - http://goingawesomeplaces.com/everything-need-know-plan-road-trip-ireland/ ▶ EVERYTHING ABOUT IRELAND - http://goingawesomeplaces.com/ireland-travel-tips/ ▶ BLOG - http://goingawesomeplaces.com ▶ SUBSCRIBE - http://goaw.pl/AwesomeTube Produced, filmed & edited by Will Tang Music by Lady and I - Skys The Limit & Utah - On The Mountain By The Sea ▶ LET'S CONNECT! Instagram: http://instagram.com/goingawesomeplaces Twitter: http://twitter.com/goawesomeplaces Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/goawesomeplaces Facebook: http://facebook.com/goingawesomeplaces
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River Liffey, Dublin - Dublin City Ireland - Things to Do in Ireland - Places to Visit in Ireland
Dublin; have you ever been to Dublin before? Are you willing to go for a trip to Ireland? Going to a new place means a plan for the places to visit there that should be done. When it comes to Dublin, Ireland, there are different places to go to and lots of attractions to pass by. River Liffey in Dublin is an important river in Ireland because it flows through the centre of Dublin, not just that, but this river supplies much of Dublin's water and a range of recreational activities. The major tributaries of River Liffey include the River Dodder, the River Poddle, and River Camac. This river in Dublin, Ireland, acts as an important part of the city because it acts as a visible divide between Dublin's north and south sides and it is also considered a perfect accompaniment for a scenic stroll. Liffey in the Irish dictionary means "A Life" and that is exactly the name given to this important river. This was not the first name given to this river, but it was previously known as "An Ruirthech" which means "fast or strong runner". Generally speaking, the name "Liphe" which means "life" that was used to refer to the river was actually taken from the plain that the river ran. In addition to that, the river was also known as "Anna Liffey" which is possibly from an anglicisation of Abhainn na Life, the Irish phrase that translates into English as "River Liffey". In addition to being one of the landmarks of Dublin city and one place that could offer people a good walk along it, River Liffey is also where some activities are taking place and which include rafting, fishing, and swimming - so if the weather is good, you could choose the right place and do any of these activities if you are into any of them in the first place. There is a number of bridges that stretch across the river and which include those that are built for pedestrians to walk over and pass the river through, as well as those which are built for the vehicular traffic. The three pedestrian bridges are known as The Millennium Bridge, The Sean O'Casey Bridge, and the Ha'penny Bridge. The newest bridge that is found on River Liffey is the one which opened back in 2009 by Samuel Calatrava Valls and which was referred to as Samuel Beckett Bridge; Samuel Calatrava was also the one to design the James Joyce Bridge that spans the Liffey - since James Joyce used to refer to River Liffey in some of his writings. It is not much about the history of the river or even of those bridges which are crossing it over, but it is more about the different things that one could enjoy doing from activities or just from walking by the river and enjoying the Irish culture, buildings, and getting introduced to Dublin city - it is all a different experience for those people coming over from other countries around the world, but those Irish people, we are sure have already been to River Liffey millions of times before. Being the capital of Ireland and also the biggest city to be found in it, it is important to mention that there are lots of different places that one could visit in Dublin and different attractions that people and tourists could pass by; placing River Liffey on the list might be one thing, but you still have other suggestions to keep following. In Dublin, you could also go and check O'Connell Street which is for sightseeing as well as shopping and nights out (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yLfQ2jcd6bE), there is also the sightseeing tours which you could enjoy by the hop-on hop-off buses that will take you through the city and its important streets and attractions (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xVImAU82ZGA), since you are already checking the River Liffey then you could also go to the Four Courts which is located along the river (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZT307AoRto), there is St. Stephen's Green Dublin Park which has been there since 1880 - so it is both about green areas as well as historical places (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1xk4-LA4rnE), you could also go and check the Dublinia Viking Museum (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ntthvOfjIOg), the Merrion Square (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLVppV6GJfo), the Mansion House (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERrEIWwWbFg), Leinster House (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sPASzW2M5QU), check the Christ Church Cathedral that carries lots of historical antiques and carvings inside (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hfKO29y0H8), as well as lots and lots of different other places that might never end until your stay in Dublin reaches its last day. Make your plan, get the chance to visit River Liffey and have a walk by it, and get the chance to visit different places across Dublin city that will get you introduced to the history of the place and at the same time will give you a new experience which you have never gone through before. The best locations around Ireland / Northern Ireland and further afield. A travel blog/vlog of the hidden treasures that are on our doorstep.
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How to plan a trip to Carrickfergus Castle (In Ireland)
How to plan a trip to Carrickfergus Castle (In Ireland) Read at: http://clickhowto.com/how-to-plan-a-trip-to-carrickfergus-castle-in-ireland/
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England, Scotland and Ireland tour summary
We're taking you on a tour of England, Scotland and Ireland, a short summary of the trip you would enjoy. Click on the times to jump to each place: Intro 00:01 London 1:43 - Bath 2:44 - Cotswolds 3:37 - York 4:21 - Lake District 5:35 - Edinburgh 6:42 - Ireland intro 8:27 - summary 9:42 -to Dingle 10:08 - Dingle-Killarney 11:01 -Kinsale 12:00 - Dublin 12:12 Starting in London, best of all, then to Bath on a very easy train ride. Bath has a human scale with quiet pedestrian lanes lined with shops and galleries ideal for strolling. York is one of the most historic cities in England. We will be showing you the great old buildings, some street entertainment – presenting you a summary with more details in other programs in our series. Lake District is a very popular holiday destination, famous for, forests, mountains, quaint villages and lakes designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2017. Four of the top activities are exploring the towns, taking boat rides, do a little nature walking, and take a driving tour of the region to see the other nearby lakes and quaint villages. In Scotland, Edinburgh’s Old Town has retained many of its original buildings and the 18th century New Town is also well-preserved, both still functioning as a great examples of healthy urban neighborhoods. Ireland is a small country blessed with the rich variety of wonderful sites, most famous for its green rolling hills, history, friendly people, and Guinness. Our three main destinations will be Dingle, Galway and of course Dublin, capital of the country, a great center of culture, learning and nightlife. We'll bring you inside prehistoric stone structures in Dingle. We'll take a trip out to the Aran Islands by ferry, a remote place with a great many archaeological sites, traditional culture and spectacular sea cliffs. We will be visiting small villages along the way: Clifden, Killarney then Kinsale, a southern town with colorful buildings and an ancient stone fort. Dublin is a wonderful city, but don't make the mistake when you're visiting Ireland of only going to Dublin – there's so much more to see. http://tourvideos.com/ Our Ireland tour details were arranged by https://www.myirelandtour.com
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IRELAND TRAVEL GUIDE - what to do, eat, and see!
10 must see places on an Ireland road trip If you found this video helpful, SUBSCRIBE because I will be posting more videos with Iceland tips every week! **Comment below if you have a topic that you want me to cover in a future video!** Favorite hiking boots: http://amzn.to/2DoWWWB Crampons for ICE: http://amzn.to/2Dsmcv8 ◂ ◃ ◅ Where you can find me ▻ ▸ ▹ Follow me around Iceland and the world: www.instagram.com/lifewithaview15 Get local, real-time tips for Iceland and Europe travel: www.facebook.com/livelifewithaview Get lots of travel inspiration: www.pinterest.com/lifewithaview15 IRELAND ITINERARY/BLOG - http://www.livelifewithaview.com Song: Kodaline - Love Like This Filmed with: Sony alpha 6000 iPhone 5 Thanks so much for watching!
Dublin, Ireland Travel Guide - Tips and Attractions
http://bookinghunter.com Dublin is the capital and most populous city of Ireland. Dublin has a vibrant nightlife and is reputedly one of Europe's most youthful cities, with an estimate of 50% of citizens being younger than 25. Dublin is home to many of Ireland's historic castles and other rich examples of architecture. The most important places to visit in Dublin are: Dublinia, Old Jameson Distillery, Dublin Castle, Phoenix Park (where you will find Dublin Zoo), and of course the Guinness Storehouse. This video offers a lot of tips to help you plan the perfect vacation. If you want to save time and money, the most important Dublin travel tip is to compare prices before booking a hotel room or a flight. You can do this for free on http://bookinghunter.com, a site that searches through hundreds of other travel websites in real time for the best travel deals available.
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Ireland 2018
Here is a small video of a little trip to Ireland I had! Hope you enjoy!
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Galway City Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia
This video for Galway City Vacation Travel Guide is one of our older productions, but we wanted to share it with you to get some feedback on how these older clips compare to the more recent travel guides we’ve shot. Below are some links to those recent videos. Feel free to compare with this clip and comment below to let us know which ones you prefer, and what else you’d love to see from Expedia on YouTube! St. Petersburg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N3ISUUO0CSo Kyoto: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jd1wzlwtKJ0 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A tour of Galway City is a walk down the streets of a settlement that has seen much. Once a major trading post in the Middle Ages, Galway City also endured a nearly year-long siege during the Cromwellian Conquest of Ireland. Though its fortunes have ebbed and flowed over the years, Galway City is now a vibrant entertainment hub and a beloved destination for visitors from all over the world. We recommend that your Galway City sightseeing include a look into some of the city’s famed local history. Galway City grew from a settlement around the Dun Bhun na Gaillime, a fort that once overlooked the River Corrib. Once you’ve learned a bit about The City of the Tribes—one of Galway City’s many nicknames—it’s time to find out why Galway City is also referred to as “The Cultural Heart of Ireland.” The residents of this city love music and the arts, and it seems every other day there’s some sort of festival or event going on. Whether you want to attend a concert or celebrate a gallery opening, Galway City probably has something up your alley. While you can lose count of all the local performances you take in at pubs and cafes, don’t lose sight of Galway City’s natural beauty. As the sun goes down, you can take a stroll along Galway Bay, exchange stories of adventure with the residents, and take a breath of fresh sea air. What was your favorite part of Galway City? Visit our Galway City travel guide page for more information or to plan your next vacation! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/Expedia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/expedia Instagram: http://instagram.com/expedia Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/Expedia/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/+Expedia -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us on our travel blog, Viewfinder: http://viewfinder.expedia.com/
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Dublin Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia
Despite a long and sometimes tragic history of invasion and resistance, this thriving business capital has poetry, music and literature percolating through its cobblestones. Dubliner, Oscar Wilde once said “life is too important to be taken seriously.” While Dublin proudly honours its past, it is equally passionate about enjoying each and every new day. Nowhere is life celebrated more than in the city’s nearly 700 pubs. Nothing matters more to Dubliners than having a good time or, as locals call it, the craic. Of all the gifts, Dublin has given to the world, perhaps the most intoxicating are its stories. Originally built for the sons of the Irish gentry, the ivy-covered stone buildings of Trinity College are home to some of the oldest remaining manuscripts in the world, including the 1000-year-old Book of Kells. Dubliner Jonathan Swift, once said, “May you live all the days of your life.” There is no better way to define Dublin. Its passion for life is contagious, captivating and sure to stay with you for the rest of your days. https://www.expedia.com/Dublin.d178256.Destination-Travel-Guides -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/Expedia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/expedia Instagram: http://instagram.com/expedia Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/Expedia/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/+Expedia -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us on our travel blog, Viewfinder: http://viewfinder.expedia.com/
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When is the Best Time to Visit Ireland?
Here are some factors to consider when deciding when you should plan your trip. Credits: MUSIC: Anne Roos - www.celticharpmusic.com - Corn Rigs Are Bonnie/Star Of The County Down - Album: Haste to the Wedding - The Gold Ring - Album: A Light in the Forest - Mairi's Wedding - Album: Haste to the Wedding WEATHER DATA: Met Éireann - http://met.ie MAPS: Google Maps HOST: Corey Taratuta - www.IrishFireside.com PHOTOS: Jack Acecroft www.flickr.com/photos/jackace/3586815754/ albedo20 www.flickr.com/photos/albedo20/4997622196/ B&B Ireland www.bandbireland.com Barnacles Hostels www.flickr.com/photos/baranclesdublingalway/5660388993/ Robert Brauneis www.flickr.com/photos/robertbrauneis/2671040921/ Elizabeth Bruton www.flickr.com/photos/e_bruton/5383789979/ Andreas Georghiou www.flickr.com/photos/ohgeorgie/482559831/ Philipp Hullmann www.flickr.com/photos/phullmann/4200811243/ Janek Kloss www.flickr.com/photos/moli516/3277694753/ lusciousblopster www.flickr.com/photos/lusciousblopster/5535203379/ Mayhem Chaos www.flickr.com/photos/mayhem/2049369109/ Kevin McGarry www.flickr.com/photos/mcgarry/197517729/ MerrionSquare.ie www.flickr.com/photos/merrionstreet-ie/5467976590/ Jeff Nyveen www.flickr.com/photos/spinfly/3565186510/ John O'Sullivan www.flickr.com/photos/97373666@N00/3020060821/ Chiara Mente www.flickr.com/photos/thegrabbersclub/3160827346/ Irish Typepad www.flickr.com/photos/irisheyes/5850882902/ Skywaaker www.flickr.com/photos/skywaaker/3501916380/ soilse www.flickr.com/photos/an_solas/7541272170/ Stian Olsen www.flickr.com/photos/stian_olsen/2575437781/ Corey Taratuta www.IrishFireside.com Tourism Ireland www.discoverireland.com wsssst www.flickr.com/photos/28451957@N06/3893749914/
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One Epic Five Day Ireland Road Trip - Read More at http://www.tourist2townie.com Follow the Adventures - http://www.instragram.com/tourist2townie Things to do in Ireland... 1. Dublin (Trinity College, Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Castle) 2. Belfast (Belfast City Hall, Black Cab Tour, Titanic Memorial) 3. The Dark Hedges (Kingsroad from Game of Thrones) 4. Bushmills Distillery 5. The Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge 6. Giant's Causeway 7. Dunlace Castle 8. Whiterocks Beach 9. Sligo ("Waiting on Shore" Sculpture) 10. Galway 11. Cliffs of Moher 12. Dingle (Slea Head Drive, fresh fish) For more information, photos and videos, visit http://www.Tourist2Townie.com
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Trip to Ireland | Day 1 | Dublin
READ FOR MORE INFO: From October 15th to the 22nd, me and Pepper went on a trip to Dublin, Ireland. We stayed at a friend's house (THANK YOU ❤️) and made our way to city center on day 1. In this video, you can see: 1- Bliss Café, on Dame Street. Had super delicious sandwiches and wraps, as well as amazing Teas. We came here lots during our stay. 2- Christ Church Cathedral. We ended up staying inside more than we realized. We wanted to see everything and were pleasently surprised to see it had a lower level. And guys, the floors were so cool! 3- City Hall. We came here close to closing and the security guard was super nice and let us in and told us a bit about the place. Here we met a nice old man (If anyone knows him, could you please tell us his name? We forgot to ask him and we'd love to know the name of this wonderful and helpful person). 4- St. Audoen's Church. This was our first stop with the kind Mr. We had seen online that this wasn't open during our visit but we were so happy to be proved wrong. We had a nice tour around the place and completely fell in love with it! 5- John's Lane Church. This wasn't even in our plan to start with and we were in awe with its beauty. Even though it's a more recent church, it doesn't lose to the other ones. It might have less history attatched to it, but it doesn't lose to beauty. 6- Fish n Chips. The Mr Nice Man brought us back to the city center and told us we couldn't leave Dublin without trying some Fish n Chips, with lots of vinegar and salt! We took his advice and had dinner right there and then. We didn't really like it but we were happy for the experience. Song: The Creek by Topher Mohr and Alex Elena Hope you enjoy the video! Thanks for watching!
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How to Book a Trip to Ireland
This video is for any adventurer out there that has always wanted to plan a trip to Ireland but never knew how or where to start. Watch my video to get the inside scoop on what goes into planning, what my suggestions are for traveling, and what tips to remember when booking flights, transportation, accommodations, and more. If you are interested in traveling or want to reach out to me, check out my blog: https://kathrynharrison629443051.wordpress.com/ _____________________ Below are my citations for the resources used in my video. I do not own any rights to these websites/pictures. “Bus, Rail & Lift Sharing in Ireland - GetThere.Ie.” Bus, Rail & Lift Sharing in Ireland - GetThere.Ie, getthere.ie/. “Direct Galway to Dublin City & Dublin Airport Bus Service” Direct Galway to Dublin City & Dublin Airport Bus Service|Non Stop Dublin to Galway Coach Service | Gobus | Great Fares from only €12, www.gobus.ie/. “Expedia Travel: Search Hotels, Cheap Flights, Car Rentals & Vacations.” Www.expedia.com, www.expedia.com/. Google, Google, www.google.com/. “How to Plan a Safe Trip to Ireland.” TripSavvy, www.tripsavvy.com/safe-travel-in-ireland-1542795. “Ireland.” Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, 22 Feb. 2018, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ireland. kathrynharrison1620. “The Zendawo Tourist.” The Zendawo Tourist, kathrynharrison629443051.wordpress.com/. “Screencast-O-Matic.” Screencast-O-Matic, screencast-o-matic.com/. Self-Drive - Super Sale Get-a-Way - featuring Sligo, Galway & Dublin, www.celtictours.com/stw/STWProduct.aspx?Theme=CELTIC&ProductCode=SD-WIN-SS1. “The Ultimate Ireland Packing List.” Infinite Ireland, 31 Oct. 2017, www.infiniteireland.com/the-ultimate-ireland-packing-list/. “Vacation Rentals, Homes, Experiences & Places.” Airbnb, www.airbnb.com/. “Viator.” Viator.com: Book things to do, sightseeing tours, activities and attractions in more than 70 countries worldwide., www.viator.com/. Winter, Patrick. “Irish tavern music.” YouTube, YouTube, 14 Nov. 2011, www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBATrLRWySg.
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Travell to ireland
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Ireland-A Great Travel Destination! Plan A Trip To Ireland Now!
Ireland-A Great Travel Destination! Plan A Trip To Ireland Now! http://wp.me/p8pI8y-3k http://greatistlife.info Ireland is an island in the northwest of Europe with a range of 32,595 sq miles. Around 370 km (230 miles) in length by 225 km (140 miles) wide, Ireland involves the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. The number of inhabitants on the island is roughly 5.8 million individuals, 4.1 million in the Republic and 1.7 million in North. It is the third biggest island in Europe. Topography: Ireland has thirty-two areas, and four regions: Connacht, Leinster, Munster and Ulster. A ring of beach front mountains encompasses low focal fields. Around five percent of Irish land is under backwoods. The island's green vegetation is a result of its mellow atmosphere and successive yet delicate precipitation. Ireland's most grand ranges lie in the south western and western regions. These zones are generally hilly and rough, with excellent green perspectives. Irish: is the Celtic dialect of Ireland. It was conveyed to Ireland by Celtic trespassers in 1000 BC, and to the finish of......... read more at this link http://wp.me/p8pI8y-3k Check out Greatist Life Blog at this link http://greatistlife.info How to survive a mass medical crisis-watch this video at this link http://bit.ly/2m7k0B2
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My Trip to Iceland and Ireland!
Hope you guys enjoyed this vlog! Let me know what else you'd like to see on my page and if you like travel videos like this! Also, check out my friend Whitney's page too. She does cool makeup and fashion videos! https://www.youtube.com/user/whitneyrichellewiley Music provided by Audio Library https://youtu.be/m0UBmJLv208 Instagram: @AvaPearl SnapChat: @AvaPearlMusic Business Inquiries: avapearlbooking@gmail.com
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SailRail From London To Dublin Ireland! Ireland Vacation Holiday Under $2000 For 3 Weeks!
Subscribe to Living On A Dime on YouTube! http://bit.ly/1QDDmbN Visit Our Website: http://www.LivingOnADime.com/ Free e-Mail Newsletter: http://bit.ly/1LfQf4y SailRail From London To Dublin Ireland! Ireland Vacation Holiday Under $2000 For 3 Weeks! Join us in this video as Elly and I SailRail from London to Dublin. SailRail involves traveling across country in England and Wales by train and then getting on a ferry from Irish Ferries for the trip from Holyhead to Dublin. We had a great time! Join us to see what it was like and to plan your next adventure! SailRail was quite a bit of fun and we highly recommend it as a way to arrive in Ireland! We travelled on Virgin trains and Arriva Wales trains and then from the port of Holyhead on the Irish Ferries Jonathan Swift. We planned and experienced a holiday dream vacation to Ireland, Scotland and England for just $1700 per person for over 3 weeks and, in this video series, we’ll share what we did and how we planned it to get the best prices available! We will be sharing more about how we saved in an upcoming video, but part of our huge savings was from using AirBnB, where we paid about 1/3 the cost of hotels to love in private rooms with local Irish people. If you’d like to try AirBnB or just check it out, you can get $40 credit on your first stay when you use this link to sign up: Get $40 Credit On AirBnB www.airbnb.com/c/michaell24961 ALSO, take a look at Mike’s NEW video about Mike and Elly’s trip in Ireland! Ireland For Under $2000! SailRail From London To Dublin! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SwOfZhS-e_g Mike’s first video from Mike and Elly’s UK and Ireland trip! We Visited A Viewer in England! Foxton Locks and Fardon Fields https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EF5aXz75BYc Find all of our books, including our Dining On a Dime cookbook here: https://www.livingonadime.com/store/ How To Save Money On Groceries e-Course https://www.livingonadime.com/save-money-groceries-bill-ecourse/ Our Recommended Items At Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/shop/livingonadime Please note some of these links are affiliate links and we use them to bring you more free money saving recipes and tips!!! Thanks for supporting us! Elly’s YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcLi_6mgUNux0IqoADCd1aA You can send us an e-mail here: http://www.livingonadime.com/contact/ ________________________ OUR FREE EMAIL NEWSLETTER! http://bit.ly/1LfQf4y SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL! http://bit.ly/1QDDmbN OUR FACEBOOK! https://www.facebook.com/livingonadime OUR PINTEREST! https://www.pinterest.com/livingonadime/ #sailrailtoireland #trainandferrytodublin #irishferriesdublin #railandsaillondontodublin #ferryholyheaddublin #englandtodublinferry #howtogetfromlondontoireland #sailandraillondontodublin #sailraillondontodublin #irishferriesdublin #sailrailirishferries #irishferryswift
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Bullet Journal Travel Plan With Me | UK + Ireland Spring Break Trip
How to use your Bullet Journal for travel planning this spring break 2017. See how I use my Bullet Journal to plan my trip to the UK and Ireland this coming week. Here are some spread ideas for your bullet journal to use when planning any type of travel. Your Bullet Journal can be a great tool to plan trips and vacations so don't miss out if you're using one! I have found that planning my trips on my bullet journal is an incredible tool for organization and has allowed me to have more successful trips! I have become obsessed with bullet journals and merging its functions with my travel planning has become god sent! I hope this video about travel planning on your bullet journal helps you find a new adventure and live it to the fullest! THANK YOU FOR WATCHING! – SUBSCRIBE http://bit.ly/2cXAVDS FOLLOW ME http://www.twitter.com/faabyy21 http://www.instagram.com/faabyy21 http://faabyy21.tumblr.com Snapchat: @faabyy21
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Tubbercurry Co. Sligo, Ireland - Places to Visit in Ireland - Ireland Trip - Ireland Tourism
Tubbercurry and the road trip we had to reach it - this was the new trip we recently went on. Tubbercurry - or as it is sometimes pronounced "Tobercurry" - is the second largest town in the county of Sligo in Ireland and the one which we were heading to this time. Tubbercurry is the heart of south Sligo and it boasts many traditions which are continued until today with the festivals and events which are held every single year in the city. The location of this town makes it popular on different levels; it is actually located just beneath the Ox Mountains and this boosts one of the most beautiful scenery one could see as well as some sporting events that take place in the area and which include Gaelic Football and Hurling, Soccer, as well as some other water sports that one could enjoy. We went to Tubbercurry in order to explore part of south Sligo county that we still know so little about and that is why we decided to spend our new trip in this place. There are different events that take place in Tubbercurry every single year and the most three popular ones include the South Sligo Summer School of Irish traditional music, song and dance which is held every year during the second week in July, there is also the Old Day Fair Festival which is held in early August, and finally the third event which is the Western Drama Festival which is held each year in early march. Actually these three different events are considered huge and tend to attract a wide range of people every single year. The green areas which we passed by during our trip to Tubbercurry in Sligo was long but they were filled with different beautiful green spaces which we even stopped at to take some videos and pictures for them - with our drone camera as well - until we came to the house we are going to stay at for the days we are spending there and which was also placed in the middle of a beautiful green area. If you are travelling to Tubbercurry from Belfast, you will definitely need to stop in the middle of the road for dinner - just like we did- because it is not a short distance and also if you have kids then you will definitely need to feed them :-) - it is also believed to be healthy and important to have a break in the middle of the road in order to give your body the chance to rest from the car sitting position. We have a long plan to check for this trip and different places which we want to visit. From the most important touristic attractions for this place, there is Easky Lough, the Gillighan's World which is also known as the Field of Dreams, and we also want to check Knockalongy. For those who are travelling as a group of friends or going like couples, there are different sports or activities which they could experience and go for but since we are going with our kids, it might be a little bit hard for any of us to try something much different from those activities found there. Generally speaking, there are different things that one could do in Tubbercurry in county Sligo - it might also depend on the month in which you are travelling. The most famous and important things include walking, horse riding, golf, cycling, going to the animal zoo, visiting the Birds of Prey, kayaking, canoeing, mountain climbing, doing any of the paddle sports, or else visiting the Faerie Gardens and Heritage Park - we are not sure yet which one of them we will be doing but we will still make a plan. For those who are not much well aware of Ireland and its counties, county Sligo is part of the province of Connacht, and one of the most important things that make county Sligo noted is the Benbulben Mountain, which is one of the most distinctive natural landmarks in Ireland. We have enjoyed different road trips before in Ireland and Northern Ireland, some of them were while trying to reach other destinations and cities and some were just for the main purpose of just being on a road trip with beautiful and different scenes around. The best road trips we have been on before include the road to Galway, on which we made quick stops near Dromahair, Ballintogher, Ballygawley, and Manorhamilton (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDQyLriHgEU), and there is also another road trip which we enjoyed and which was considered our favorite is the Causeway Coast road trip (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-k4dDegBR2I), and that's in addition to the Giant's Ring in Lisburn of course (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4YoFcUDGCRY). There is actually a lot of things that one could do in Northern Ireland or Ireland and lots of places and road trips that one could go on, the most important part is knowing how to choose the correct places and how to make the right plan and take the right decisions when it comes to the different places and cities you are visiting across the country. The best locations around Ireland / Northern Ireland and further afield. A travel blog/vlog of the hidden treasures that are on our doorstep. irland ireland trip clare republic of ireland
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Visit Dublin - Top 10 places to see in the city
http://www.vidtur.com/dublin-attractions/ Watch vidtur's travel guides to learn more about Dublin and plan your perfect holiday in the Irish Capitol. Get a glimps of the notable tourists attractions such as Kilmainham Jail, Dublin Castle and learn about Dublin's night life at the popular Tempel Bar area.
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Ireland trip 2016 (HD)
Ireland trip 2016, Ireland tourism & Vacations 2016, Ireland travel guide 2016 - Visit Ireland, Ireland trip, Ireland tourism, Ireland tours, Ireland vacations, Ireland travel, Ireland holidays Travel Videos HD, World Travel Guide http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... Ireland is an island in north-western Europe which has been divided politically since 1920. Most of the island is made up of Ireland (Irish: Éire, also known as Poblacht na hÉireann = the Republic of Ireland). The remainder is Northern Ireland, which is part of the United Kingdom. See in Ireland ============ Blarney Castle - Located in County Cork This historic castle is known for its "Blarney Stone." Tradition is that if the Blarney Stone is kissed, one will be blessed with great eloquence, better known as "the gift of the gab." One kisses the stone by lying back and being held by an employee of the castle. Photographers are there to capture the moment! Cliffs of Moher - Located in County Clare One of Ireland's biggest and most visited tourist attractions. The Cliffs are 230 meters in height and tower over the Atlantic Ocean. This attraction, whilst beautiful in the Summer, can be a bit of a tourist trap. If you intend to take your own transport, the over-priced car park is your only option (since the road is too narrow to park on) and to purchase your 'pay-and-display' parking ticket, you will need to go all the way through the gift shop (on the opposite side of the road), before returning to place it in your car. Kilkenny - One of Ireland's favourite tourist spots, this Medieval Capital just 1 hour 40 minutes train out of Dublin City is a must see. Its beautiful buildings and of course imposing Norman Castle - not to mention the numerous festivals including the Arts Festival and Rhythm and Roots Festival - make Kilkenny a most desirable location. Co. Donegal - An amazing area to see if you have your own transport, as bus services can be fairly limited. This part of the country is very traditional and you can expect to see plenty of low stone walls, thatched roof houses, rugged hills, cliffs and golden sand beaches. Best visited during Spring or Summer, there are plenty of hills walks and photo opportunities waiting to be discovered. Do in Ireland ========== Bus Tours - For travellers wishing to experience Ireland on a budget, there are a variety of inexpensive bus tours in almost every part of the country. These tours can range from hop-on hop-off busses in major cities such as Dublin and Cork to 5-day trips through some of the most scenic parts of the country. The bus drivers/guides are generally well informed about Irish history and enjoy sharing local legends and songs with anyone happy to 'lend and ear'.
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Ireland Vlog Day 1
The first day of my adventures. Come along with me as I travel to Ireland and San Francisco over the next couple of weeks! Irish/American Lingo: a little dozy: nap loo: bathroom trolley: shopping cart breaky: breakfast story: plan jumper: sweatshirt trousers: pants fish fingers: fish sticks piddle: pee biscuit: cookie chips: french fries crisps: chips buggy: stoller What's the crack?: What's up? That's class!: That's sick! That's septic.: That's disgusting. That's gas!: That's hilarious! She's a spook: She's a weirdo She's off her rocker: She's crazy minted: loaded/rich Are you taking the piss?: Are you joking? Let's go on the piss: Let's go drinking Are you going on the tear?: Are you going drinking? Did you get the shift?: Did you make out? Stay connected with me: Website: keilifernando.com YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/sing2heart Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/sing2heart Twitter: @sing2heart
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All links below- Hotel we stayed at- http://www.westcourt.ie Dublin zoo- http://www.dublinzoo.ie/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI5JOigfGl1wIVlB4bCh1SXgxFEAAYASAAEgJsafD_BwE Malahide castle and gardens- http://www.malahidecastleandgardens.ie Dublin airport- https://www.dublinairport.com Phoenix park- http://www.phoenixpark.ie Bettys Town- http://www.funtasia.ie/fair-ground/fair-ground-rides/ OTHER PLACES TO FIND US | ♥ Email me here- clairenew7777@hotmail.co.uk BLOG: http://www.thewittfamily.co.uk INSTAGRAM: claire_witt https://www.instagram.com/claire_witt/ FACEBOOK - thewittfamily http://www.facebook.com/pages/Thewitt... PINTEREST: http://www.pinterest.com/thewittfamily/ TWITTER-: https://twitter.com/thewittfamily21 ZULILY: http://www.zulily.co.uk/invite/cwitt616 SNAPCHAT: violetmae30 RECIPE playlist- https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAk5jrBqNCWzrH-kT_5wWTBUFFwEBbu1d Violets hair bows- The Bow Boutique- http://the-bow-boutique.co.uk Royalty free music from Bensound.
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Ireland Travel Guide, Tourism, Vacation HD
Visit Ireland, Ireland trip, Ireland tourism, Ireland tours, Ireland vacations, Ireland travel, Ireland travel guide, Ireland holidays, Tourist attractions in Ireland, Ireland Tourism Guide, Ireland Tour Packages, Trip to Ireland, Places to Visit in Ireland, tips for travel in Ireland World Travel https://www.youtube.com/user/World1Tube As you discover Ireland on this guided tour, delve deep into the magic of the Emerald Isle from Galway—an enchanting city on Ireland's western coast—to its bustling capital of Dublin. From enchanting, verdant landscapes to time-honored Celtic customs and traditions, watch Ireland come alive through the eyes of our travelers: Delve deeply into the magic of the Emerald Isle—from lush, verdant landscapes to enriching Old World cities replete with legend and song. Watch our video to learn more: Explore the famed Blarney Castle in Cork Witness glassblowing in Waterford Enjoy a Home-Hosted Lunch in Cobh Day by Day Itinerary As you travel through Ireland, delve deeply into a land rich in history, legend, stirring music, and verdant landscapes. Begin your journey in Galway, an enchanting city on Ireland's western coast where there's a tune playing around every corner. Explore the eerie landscape of the Burren and the captivating Cliffs of Moher as you travel to Killarney, home of the 110-mile scenic Ring of Kerry. Then embark for Cork and its nearby seaport of Cobh, where thousands of Irish emigrated during the Potato Famine. Departing Cork, you'll continue on to Kilkenny—where you'll stay for two nights in this historic city on our new 2014 itinerary—before finally arriving at the Irish Republic's cosmopolitan capital, Dublin. This Ireland guided tour is an in-depth discovery of the Emerald Isle—its lore, its lands, and above all, the gregarious charm of its people. ============= River Cruise, Small Ship Cruise, Land Tour Videos,Grand Circle, Ireland Guided Tour, Ireland in Depth, Grand Circle Travel, Dublin, Galway, Killarney, Cork, Kilkenny, Ireland Travel Guide, Ireland Tourism, Ireland Vacation The Irish landscape retains a pastoral charm with picturesque accents, like thatched cottages
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My Trip To Ireland And Uk
Ballycastle, Ballycastle, United Kingdom | The Cowshed Studios, United Kingdom | Strandhill Beach, Strandhill, Ireland | North Star Hotel, Dublin, Ireland | Ulster Museum, Belfast, United Kingdom | Mahons Hotel, Irvinestown, United Kingdom | Saint Stephen'S Green, Dublin, Ireland | Classic Indian, Sligo, Ireland | Belfast, Belfast, United Kingdom | Supermacs, Ireland | The National Museum Of Ireland - Natural History, Dublin, Ireland | Herbstreet, Dublin, Ireland WarpDrive your way through following places: To create your own video: http://warpdrive.io To explore more such videos: http://warpdrive.io/explore To explore & plan more such trips: http://mygola.com/search?query=Strandhill
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The Miller's Trip to Ireland
Video and pictures from Ireland-May 2018
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Ireland - Travel The World With Your Kids
Filmed in Ireland August 2014. Come with us as we explore the Emerald Isle. We visit Dublin, Waterford, Cork, Kinsale, Limerick and Cong. This is the first video in the series, but more will follow periodically with other great family destinations. Copyright. In all instances where the copyright for the music used in this video is not owned in whole or in part by me, it is used under licence, or with the permission of the artists. Theme song - Its A Wonderful Lie- by Memory Bank Available on iTunes . Special thanks to MUTEFISH. Many backing tracks in this video were taken off their album "360 Hangovers". Available at www.mutefish.ie Thanks for watching, don't forget to Like and Subscribe !!!
International Travel Tips: What to Pack for an Overseas Trip
Traveling abroad requires more planning than your typical vacation, so you need to plan ahead! Brand Marketing Manager, Jillian, recently took a ten-day trip to Ireland. See her ultimate international travel tips and how to be a savvier packer for your next overseas trip! “My top travel tip is to plan your outfits ahead of time to make sure you’re not overpacking because you’re going to want that space on the way back for souvenirs.” “For my carry-on bag, I brought the Iconic Weekender Travel Bag. This was my dedicated shoe bag, but then I also packed important essentials like my Fleece Travel Blanket.” “Lighten Up is great because it’s durable, lightweight and because it’s a water-repellent fabrication.” Products Featured 15933J90 – Large Hardside Spinner Butterfly Flutter Black 22253K07 – Iconic weekender Travel Bag in Passion Pink 21604J83 – Lighten Up Grand Backpack in Cut Vines 22600J83 – Lighten Up Hanging Travel Organizer in Cut Vines 22930I40 Mallory RFID Petite Crossbody in Pink Sand 22600J83 - Lighten Up Hanging Travel Organizer in Cut Vines 12408I81 - Throw Blanket in Butterfly Flutter 22110I81 - Iconic Ditty Bag in Butterfly Flutter 22514K07 - Iconic Medium Cosmetic in Passion Pink 19827J83 and 19816J83 - Large Expandable Packing Cube & Medium Expandable Packing Cube in Cut Vines 22547481 - Mallory RFID Passport Wallet in Black "Let's Go Places" 22240J79 - Portable Power Bank 22530I81 - Iconic Curling & Flat Iron Cover in Butterfly Flutter 23984951 - Butterfly Flutter Crew Socks 24028M32 - Water Bottle Butterfly Flutter Pink 22970I81 - Iconic Travel Pill Case in Butterfly Flutter
Views: 955 Vera Bradley
Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland - Travel to Ireland - Things to Do in Dublin - Places to Visit in Dublin
Getting deeper into the streets and small neighborhoods of the city you are travelling to is the trick you should play because that is usually how you will manage to gain experiences and how you will get the chance to explore lots of different things about this city you are visiting for the first time in your life. When one visits Dublin, there are different places that he/she is usually willing to visit, such as heading to the Trinity College Museum (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qqzjus-0s_E), visiting any of the different parks that are found there, like the Phoenix Park for example (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drEPXvEKde8), or even mixing between the need to know more about the famous company for drinks - Guinness - and between trying some samples as well by visiting the Guinness Storehouse (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kRLVI51fxG4). This is usually a simple part of the plan which any ordinary person will be willing to follow when it comes to Dublin - of course in addition to different other historical places as well - but people will still be thinking about those places which might not be always paid much attention to, not because they are not well known, but simply because they are not as famous as those other destinations. At the first glance, one would think that Temple Bar is actually a bar or a pub which one could visit and spend some time at when in fact it is an area on the south bank of the River Liffey in central Dublin, Ireland. The Temple Bar area is bounded by the Liffey to the north, Dame street to the south, Westmoreland street to the east, and Fishamble street to the west. Unlike the other parts that are considered in the center of Dublin, the Temple Bar is promoted as Dublin's cultural quarter that has a lively nightlife and is always found to be crowded with tourists - so you will be checking one of the important parts of the city and at the same time will get the chance to enjoy a drink at one of the bars found there. One of the most famous destinations in Temple Bar area is the Temple Bar Pub - maybe that's why it was given the same name, to bring people to it more often - but there are other popular venues as well which include the Palace Bar, Oliver St. John Gogarty's and the Auld Dubliner. If you think that Temple Bar name was given to the street since the old days then you are wrong because the first mention for that name was in 1673 in Bernard de Gomme's map. The name of the street is believed to be taken from the Temple family whose progenitor, Sir William Temple, built a house and some gardens there in the early 1600s. As much as this area carries history, it is now a place where lots of tourists head to in order to experience the beautiful corners of the place and at the same time pass by some of the cultural institutions which are located there. From those cultural institutions that one could pass by there, there is the Institute of Photography, the Irish Film Institute, the Button Factory, the Arthouse Multimedia Centre, Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, the New Theatre, the Irish Stock Exchange, as well as other cultural institutions which one could get the chance to pass by and enjoy as well. Being the capital - as well as the largest city in Ireland - Dublin is usually one of the first cities tourists think about when it comes to Ireland and visiting it, but adding to its size and importance as a capital city, one should never deny those different important destinations and sites which could be visited in it that also attract people to this beautiful city. From the important places that one should visit while being in Dublin, Ireland, there is the River Liffey and having a walk by it (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJ2i7VdfpGM), taking a tour by the bus which will give you a good sightseeing experience around the city (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xVImAU82ZGA), visiting the O'Connell Street which will combine between the experience of history and that of shopping (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yLfQ2jcd6bE), there is also the Mansion House in Dublin which was built back in 1710 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERrEIWwWbFg), there is the Four Courts along the River Liffey which those enjoying a walk by the river could pass by and check (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZT307AoRto), and there are different other places which tourists could choose from according to their likes and dislikes which include the Merrion Square https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLVppV6GJfo), St. Patrick's Park (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHlnfLxegfs), and lots of other examples which you will get the chance to explore once you come to the city. Have you ever been to Dublin before? If yes, have you ever visited the Temple Bar in Dublin? Share with us your experience and tell us how much did you love the place. The best locations around Ireland / Northern Ireland and further afield. A travel blog/vlog of the hidden treasures that are on our doorstep.
Views: 1689 ConnollyCove
Family Tries Irish Things for the First Time! - Ep. 27
My mom and my sister decided that they wanted to plan a trip to Europe to visit me. I haven't seen them since I left the United States over 3 years ago! This was a very important trip because it was their first time traveling to Europe! Danielle and I wanted to make the most of their time here and we wanted them to be able to experience more than one part of Ireland and as many Irish things as possible ;) So, we planned a road trip and this episode is just the beginning... After picking them up from the airport, we explore Dublin for a few hours before driving across Ireland to the land of the Claddagh ring; Galway. Watch until the end for a little surprise! Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/2F7jvUO Want more? Join Our Patreon community! https://www.patreon.com/theworldahead Join our e-mail list at our website to receive updates in your inbox! https://www.theworldaheadblog.com Follow us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/TheWorldAheadYT Follow us on Instagram for real time updates of our travels! https://www.instagram.com/TheWorldAheadYT Chat with us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/TheWorldAheadYT Pin with us on Pinterest! https://www.pinterest.com/TheWorldAheadYT © The World Ahead
Views: 1039 The World Ahead
I'm in Ireland for a minute. I'm going to try to smash in some photography. Then.. what's going on? Find out. My Instagram: http://bit.ly/IGBvS | Jodie's Channel: http://www.youtube.com/alajode Being a travel photographer is a dream job. And, that might usually sound like a bit of cliche. But, I literally used to dream about it all the time. Even so, there are days I think I take it for granted how brilliant my life is. As a travel photographer, I jet set around the globe exploring continent after continent. It's beyond my wildest dreams. I left Portugal in the morning and headed to Ireland. I was supposed to have a 10 day photography trip here in Ireland, but my plans got cut short due to an upcoming assignment. I had thought of just taking the time off, but since I already had a flight to Dublin, I thought I'd make the most of it and try to squeeze in some photography. So, I headed to Northern Ireland on a bit of a photography mission. Tomorrow on the photography vlog, there will be more from here in Northern Ireland.
Views: 9172 Brendan van Son
3 ways to experience food in Ireland
Looking for a food tour of Ireland? Kati and Blaze guide you through three ways to experience it: slow, quick, and adventurous—and always delicious! Start off with a quick sampling of different dishes at Belfast’s last surviving Victorian covered market, St George’s. An international foodie hub, it’s home to over 300 vendors, all focusing on local ingredients. Next up: Slower, upscale dining at chef JP McMahon’s Aniar Restaurant. Recognized with a Michelin Star for the past five years, Aniar serves only farm-fresh ingredients and has become an institution in Galway. Finally, check out a classic dish: black pudding. It’s a traditional farm food and a staple of an Irish breakfast. Kati tries some in Clonakilty, near Cork, and discovers it’s an amazing compliment to modern dishes. * This video is proudly produced in partnership with Tourism Ireland: https://ad.doubleclick.net/ddm/trackclk/N6543.1687342MATADORVENTURESINC/B20742344.214608437;dc_trk_aid=413754503;dc_trk_cid=98077460;dc_lat=;dc_rdid=;tag_for_child_directed_treatment= DOWNLOAD OUR APP APPLE: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/travelstoke/id983733875?mt=8 ANDROID: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.matadornetwork.travelstoke&hl=en MORE FROM MATADOR NETWORK WEB: http://matadornetwork.com/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/matadornetwork/ YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/MATADORnetwork FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/matadornetwork ABOUT MATADOR NETWORK MatadorNetwork.com and its social channels are the #1 digital destination for affluent millennial travelers and adventurers. With over 9 million monthly uniques and millions of social followers, we are the world's leading independent travel media outlet. ABOUT MATADOR MEDIA HOUSE MATADOR MEDIA HOUSE specializes in ideating, producing and distributing the most engaging branded video content on the Web. We work with some of the most talented filmmakers in the world to create broadcast quality video content for use across digital, social or broadcast. WEB: http://matadormediahouse.com/ TRAVEL | ADVENTURE | TRAVEL CULTURE | #TRAVELSTOKE
Views: 149054 Matador Network
Our Wonderful Trip to Ireland 2013
It rained in September but that didn't come as a surprise nor did it hold us up. We still managed to drive 2000 miles on the left side of mostly narrow roads over 14 days driving clockwise round trip from Dublin.. The scenery is beautiful, never seen so many shades of green, and the people are very warm and welcoming. Stayed mainly at B&B's (they're everywhere!). Besides staying in some charming homes where we were served hearty breakfasts we also drank a lot of Guinness along the way. Not enough time to visit Northern Ireland but we do plan to get there one day. We stayed over in Philadelphia going over night and when we came back before flying home to California. Everyone who visits Ireland loves it and now we know why!
Views: 95 Carol Jenkins
Irish Luxury Tours Ltd presents the Real Ireland
Cead Mile Fáilte. Are you planning a trip to Ireland? Please take 5 minutes to watch this short movie, we know you wont be disappointed. We can help you to see Ireland in luxury and style, We are expert vacation planners and expert driver guides who will bring your trip to Ireland alive with history, culture, heritage, songs, stories and craic. We specialize in the Real Ireland, Ireland with character and characters where in addition to the highlight of Ireland you can also explore regions off the beaten track. We will take you to places where you will feel the character and you will meet the characters. Get in touch today to start planning your dream trip to Ireland. info@irishluxurytours.com. www.irishluxurytours.com
Views: 1401 Shaun Rodgers
Our Trip to IRELAND 🇮🇪
In late Jan this year, we began our tour around different parts of Europe. Being both students & travel enthusiasts, this is just a small taste of what it's like to travel on a budget with friends and a time limit. In July-Aug we plan to have a complete a one month with a total cost of under £1000 for over 13 mains states for accommodation and travel. This is a sneak peak of what's in store.
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A 3-day 'business' trip to Ireland with Katy --- Day 1
* Any general about this trip? Go to http://ask.fm/sungedwin! 2nd March - 4th March 2013: Katy and I travelled to Gort, Ireland from the UK for an annual music festival by Coole Music Festival which the main orchestra will be performing one of the pieces I have written, "It will turn into memories". This is so very exciting because it's my first ever time getting invited over to Ireland because of my music composition! Note: If you are going to perform some of my pieces and invite me over to your country, I would send you the score free of charge! Have fun, and take this as a reference for future co-operation! Edwin
Views: 7294 Edwin Sung
Trim Castle -County Meath - Ireland - Ireland Vacation - Trips to Ireland - Drone-Travel Ireland
As much as we love the castles and historical locations found in Ireland, we are proud that they grab the attention of filmmakers and directors and bring them to film their scenes at them - this was the case with Trim Castle in County Meath, Ireland, which happens to be the place where some scenes from the Braveheart movie were taken (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eyk9eQ4npuw). Trim Castle is located on the South bank of the River Boyne in Trim, county Meath, Ireland. Trim Castle is considered the largest Norman castle to be found until this very day in Ireland and thus makes it a place to mark and visit whenever it comes to Ireland tourism. Historical buildings are not only mesmerizing by the way they look and appear, but they also carry stories which might be interesting and surprising as well. When it comes to Trim Castle in Ireland, it is important to mention that it took 30 years from Hugh de Lacy and his son Walter to built this castle back then as the caput of the Lordship of Meath. There are different things that make this castle unique and one of those important destinations that tourists should head for. One of these things is that the design of the central three-storey keep (which is also known as donjon or great tower) is unique for a Norman keep being of cruciform shape, with twenty corners. History says that Trim Castle was used back then as the center of Norman administration for the Lordship of Meath and it was specifically chosen because it is placed on a raised ground, overlooking a fording point on the River Boyne - which is another interesting thing about visiting this castle, which is getting the chance to see Boyne River. When Hugh de Lucy took possession of the Trim Castle, he managed to build a huge ringwork castle defended by a stout double palisade and external ditch on top of the hill. It is believed that there may have also been further defenses around the cliffs fringing the high ground. Part of a stone footed timber gatehouse lies beneath the present stone gate at the west side of the castle. Enjoying the walk through the castle was interesting and trying even to guess some of the reasons behind the things done there was more fun. We discovered that Trim Castle was built in 1173 and the remains of St. Marys Abbey found there are believed to be found by St. Patrick. Trim Castle has also been known as the "Yellow Steeple" due to the way it looks and the color of its stones when they are exposed to the sun. From the things that added to this place and brought people to ask about where it is and how they could visit it was Braveheart movie that was directed by Mel Gibson, since some of the scenes were filmed there and which is one of the movies that almost all the people out there have already seen several times before. Going with the kids is always fun - they manage to go the hard ways and climb those hills which you might never think about taking - which is exactly what happened with us that we all enjoyed the place - whether us or the kids before heading to have lunch somewhere near. County Meath, where Trim Castle is located, is in the province of Leinster and is part of Mid-East Region. "Meath" is named after the historic Kingdom of Meath (from Midhe, which means the middle). The county town of Meath is Navan (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pdb-sGsDk_M) and the other towns in the county include Trim, Kells, Laytown, Ashbourne, as well as Dunboyne. There are different things that one could do in county Meath and different things to be seen in addition to Trim Castle, such as Bru na Boinne, Hill of Tara, Tayto Park, Newgrange, Knowth, Dowth, Ledwidge Cottage Museum, Slane Castle, National Castle of Ireland, and of course Boyne River which one could see from the Trim Castle and even pass by. In order to make any trip different, you will need to plan correctly for it, and in order to do a good plan for your vacation and trip, you should always search and dig deep for the places which you are going to be close to and try to visit all the historical places, the parks, and those monuments close to one another in the same day - that is why after finishing your trip around Trim Castle, you should see what of those attractions we have suggested are close and will allow you to go and visit them during the same day as well. Did you watch Braveheart movie before and stopped at a specific scene to ask yourself where was that scene taken? Did you ever go behind this information, did you research, and found out that the place which took your breath away was in Ireland? If yes then this is Trim Castle which we have visited to bring you this beautiful video along. Other castles in Ireland: Dunluce Castle (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qdTqJPL-i5Y), Dundrum Castle (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3oYnSRpmtHM), and Oranmore Castle (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBzVjxz6rKk). Have you ever been to Trim Castle before? Tell us more about your experience.
Views: 1812 ConnollyCove
Shopping & Packing for Plane Trip out of state for CVX Live
I love to Shop. I love to Travel. I love to Film. Put them all together & you have this kind of video! I love to shop for traveling. I love to vlog my shopping for traveling. I love to love vlog my packing & traveling. So yeah, what’s not to like about what I am doing here?!? So come with me to Target then to Houston, & buy her snacks & travel toiletries. Then we will have dinner before Semaphore HQ hosted an ice cream social! It was a great evening. Here are more travel videos: Packing for VidCon 2017 http://bit.ly/2uahkdx Cruise Prep 2017 http://bit.ly/2wds2h0 Playlist Live 2017 http://bit.ly/2qq0iGd Plane to Chicago http://bit.ly/2vyiznn Plane to New York http://bit.ly/2bOj1VO Plane to Ireland http://bit.ly/29luA2X * this is one of my most famous video of all mine together, honestly my Annie doesn’t mind!! Packing for cruise 2016 http://bit.ly/2vvRjEU International flight 2015 http://bit.ly/29byLhR Packing for an International Trip http://bit.ly/1RvUjWm ↓↓↓❤ OPEN FOR MORE❤↓↓↓❤ SAMPLE OF ANNIE! Q&A, including my most embarrassing moment http://bit.ly/2voJvBw Summer DIY’s http://bit.ly/2urBzTo How to have an AMAZING sleepover http://bit.ly/2hZ21gQ 9 things to do when bored http://bit.ly/2vaeDWd Annie’s collaborations http://bit.ly/2tM2c5X ANNIE ROSE http://bit.ly/2aZ0kJu ANNIE'S VLOGS https://goo.gl/Fmz2h6 JAZZY GIRL STUFF http://bit.ly/1FlcCaL Annie Rose, age 11, began uploading to YouTube age 9 on Jazzy Girl Stuff with her BFF, Hope Marie. 6 months later she began Annie's vlogs and a year later this channel, Annie Rose. Annie is homeschooled and is 4th of 6 kids, she posts lifestyle videos that reflect a positive, happy worldview.  This channel is monitored by Annie's parents.  MERCH:http://bit.ly/2rco981 CONTACT: P.O. Box 1476, Pinehurst, Texas 77362 USA  BUSINESS EMAIL: Annierosechannel@gmail.com Check out all my equipment KIT http://bit.ly/2lDcldB SOCIAL MEDIA -  INSTAGRAM https://instagram.com/annie_rose_cole/  TWITTER https://twitter.com/Annierose_cole FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/Annierhcole Famous Birthdays http://bit.ly/2fsuOIU  SIBLINGS LITTLE BOYS CHANNEL https://goo.gl/PdPb4A  MattGC http://bit.ly/1SWEPM7  BFF HOPE MARIE http://bit.ly/1P9Wvxq http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music Transitions by PowToon
Views: 1018014 Annie Rose