SPLENDOR OF IRELAND SPECIAL PRESENTATION JULY 28TH AT 5:30PM, HAND TRADING COMPANY BUILDING
HAVE YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO VISIT IRELAND? NOW IS YOUR CHANCE! YOU WILL NOT WANT TO MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY!
Join me on this once in a lifetime trip. Savor a true taste of "Irish Splendor" when you spend the night in a stately castle. Learn to pour the perfect pint at the Guinness Storehouse. Stand in awe on the Cliffs of Moher. Tour rollicking Dublin and share a conversation with the locals at a pub featuring traditional Irish entertainers. Visit the Tullamore Whiskey Distillery. Visit St. Patrick's Cathedral. Explore the spectacular Dingle Peninsula and drive the Slea Head road for majestic coastal views. Gaze upon the historic Rock of Cashel. Visit the famous Blarney Woolen Mills and the Gap of Dunloe where you can shop for traditional Irish goods. Kiss the Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle. From the breathtaking sights of Kerry to the historic Rock of Cashel, gaze across the countryside and culture of Ireland.
JOIN ME JULY 28TH AT 5:30PM IN THE HAND TRADING COMPANY BUILDING- PELHAM ROOM FOR DETAILS!
Spend a night in Dromoland Castle and experience old Ireland at its finest.
Explore the Guinness Storehouse, Ireland's number one attraction.
Travel Dingle Peninsula, one of the world's most beautiful coastal routes.
Enjoy an evening of fun and Irish music at a local Dublin pub.
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