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Archive for July, 2011


Car Service Dromoland Castle

July 16th, 2011

Arrive in Style to Dromoland Castle in one of our luxury Mercedes vehicles. Our car service can cater for any size group. All we need are your flight details or pick up location. We track all flights so whether you are early or late, we will be there to meet you at the airport and take you swiftly to Dromoland Castle. Our car service provides you with your very own private chauffeur whom is also a highly experienced tour guide so if you are interested in any of our history or culture he would be only too pleased  to tell you all about our beautiful country, Ireland. For more information on our car service please log on to our site www.executivetoursireland.com or call our toll free number from USA & CANADA on 1 888 793 0416.

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Dublin

July 12th, 2011

Next stop, the Capital,  Dublin. Dublin can trace its origins back over 1,000 years. From a small Viking settlement it has evolved into one of the most vibrant capitals in the world. A city rich in cultural heritage. From the beautifully illuminated Book of Kells dating from 800 AD, to it’s splendid Georgian architecture, magnificent medieval castles and fine cathedrals, Dublin has it all. Along with these, the hilights of our tour were The Guinness Storehouse. Trinity College, Kilmainham Gaol and the beautiful Garden Of Remembrance.

Just enough time left for a bit of Retail Therapy on Grafton Street and Cappuccinos all round in Starbucks.

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Gap Of Dunloe Tour and Killarney Plaza Hotel

July 9th, 2011

You guessed right……. Killarney. Never in your life will you experience a sight like this. Yesterday took us to Killarney. There is so much to do here it takes a couple of days. The Gap of Dunloe was the girls no.1 choice. It is a jewel set within the McGillicuddy Reeks in Co. Kerry and also it is the highest mountain range in Ireland. This spectacular valley was sculpted by glacial movements over 2 million years ago. Our wonderful tour began at Kate Kearneys cottage where we were met by our horses and jaunting cars. They carried us through the six mile pass to Lord Brandon’s cottage. Once through the Gap, boats were there waiting on the Gearhameen River for the breathtaking journey of the enchanting scenery of the Lakes Of Killarney and the 15th century Ross Castle. We were in awe. We stopped for a light lunch and a natter and before we knew it we were back on the road. A little afternoon tour of Killarney’s finest, Ross Castle Muckross House and Gardens, Ladies View and Torc Waterfall, absolutely stunning.

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Cork, Blarney and Hayfield Manor

July 5th, 2011

So where to next?? After check out and the most beautiful breakfast in Castlewood House we boarded the sprinter for our journey to Kiss the Blarney Stone. Along the way, Peter played dvd’s informing the ladies of  the background and history of Kissing the famous Blarney Stone. a gift of eloquence is said to be gained from Kissing the Blarney Stone, I doubt these ladies even needed it. The craic was mighty, they were having the time of their lives.

For 200 years people have been travelling from all over the world to Kiss the Blarney Stone. Even worlds statemen and legends of the silver screen have climbed the steps to do it too.

So they ladies had a little stretch and off they went. Their laughter could be heard from down below 🙂

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Dingle Peninsula and Slea Head Drive

July 1st, 2011

10 day tour of Ireland to come …….. Our personal driver in ireland, Peter has the pleasure this week in taking 12 lovely ladies around Ireland. Day 1 – Dingle Peninsula and Slea Head Drive. The craic was mighty as we boarded our 12 seater luxury Mercedes Sprinter.  The morning dew was lifting ond our spirits were definitely high. The time had come to experience Dingle. Would it be how they had always dreamed ……

There is no other landscape in western Europe with the density and variety of archaeological monuments as the Dingle Peninsula. This mountainous finger of land which juts into the Atlantic Ocean has supported various tribes and populations for almost 6,000 years. Because of the peninsula’s remote location, and lack of specialised agriculture, there is a remarkable preservation of over 2,000 monuments.

Our first stop was Conor Pass. Right from the top we could see back to Tralee over the Brandon Mountains and what a view it was. The cameras were out and the shutters were going at a hundred miles an hour 🙂

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