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>> Home > Forum > Non-Hobby Chat > Coming to Ireland from Canada May 11
Coming to Ireland from Canada May 11
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Forum Posts: 89
10th May 2017 21:52  
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My wife and I are looking forward to visiting Ireland for the next two weeks. Could be a bit wet says the forecasters, but we will not let that dampen our spirits. Dublin, Dingle, Cobh, Belfast, Helen's Bay, Giant's Causeway, plus a few more stops. Letting the train take us around the countryside so we can relax and enjoy the scenery.😎😎

(Fleet Admiral!)

Forum Posts: 340
10th May 2017 22:21  
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Enjoy your Trip!👍

"Fair winds calm Seas"
(Fleet Admiral!)

Forum Posts: 1196
11th May 2017 03:07  
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Don't forget the Blarney Stone near Cork, it's fun👍

happy travels 😎

Young at heart - slightly older in other places 😉 cheers Doug
(Chief Petty Officer)

Forum Posts: 16
12th May 2017 22:20  
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Hope you have a great time, Eire is a most wonderful place.

(Fleet Admiral!)

Forum Posts: 186
14th May 2017 13:05  
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You wouldn't catch me kissing the backstone of a toilet as that is what the Blarney stone really is.I know it is centuries since it last was used as such but I still don't fancy it Ta🤔

(Fleet Admiral!)

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14th May 2017 14:08  
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Picky picky 😉
The countryside down there is nice though. View from Blarney tower was good then - 40 years ago! 😎

Young at heart - slightly older in other places 😉 cheers Doug

Forum Posts: 89
14th May 2017 19:22  
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In Dublin now, but heading to Dingle peninsula on Monday for a couple days; then down to Cobh.

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