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Ireland

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  • At the Edge of Irelandby David Yeadon

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 13.99

    In recent years, Ireland has enjoyed a newfound prosperity as Europe's most affluent nation. But tucked away in a far corner of the so-called "Celtic Tiger," that other enduring and authentic country?that small, hidden place of simple magic and romance?still exists. Acclaimed travel writer David Yeadon and his wife, Anne, set out to find it. On the... more...

  • Let's Go Irelandby Inc. Harvard Student Agencies

    Avalon Travel 2013; US$ 14.99

    Welcome to Ireland, the land of congeniality, camaraderie, and craic. Visitors may come to Ireland for its rustic charm, emerald hills, heathered crags, and misty seacliffs?or for the festivals, exhibits, musical performances, and rollicking nightlife of its up-and-coming cities?but they stay for the hospitality and friendliness that virtually radiates... more...

  • James Joyce's Dublin Housesby Vivien Igoe

    The Lilliput Press 2007; US$ 14.57

    This lively and concrete book is an illuminating guide.' - The Sunday Times 'What Ms Igoe doesn't know about the topography of literary Dublin isn't worth knowing.' - The Observer 'Extremely readable, interesting and informative ... It can be unreservedly recommended to visitors and natives.' - Irish Independent The new edition of this classic,... more...

  • Xenophobe's Guide to the Irishby Frank McNally

    Oval Books 2008; US$ 4.99

    The couth truth A popular perception of the Irish is that they're all fiery, freckle-faced red-heads who'll start a fight at the slightest offence (e.g., being called British). The bit about the freckles is accurate enough, but the typical Irish person has brown hair and blue eyes. And while they may be descended from the Celts, a fearless people... more...

  • Irelandby Karen Brown

    Karen Brown's Guides, Inc. 2013; US$ 9.99

    The best of Irish bed and breakfasts; sumptuous country house hotels; self-catering houses, cottages, and apartments; Dublin's finest hotels; an eclectic mix of unique places to stay . . . believe every word you read about the beauty of the Emerald Isle. However it's the warmhearted friendly people that make a visit to Ireland truly special. more...

  • Michelin Green Guide Irelandby Michelin Travel & Lifestyle

    Michelin Travel & Lifestyle 2011; US$ 14.99

    This eBook version of the Green Guide Ireland by Michelin hand-picks the best Ireland has to offer. Tuck into oysters at Cork, discover the vibrant atmosphere of Dublin, surround yourself with the wild beauty of Killary Harbor. Clearly set out by region with color photos, maps and illustrations, this resourceful guide suggests what to do and where,... more...

  • The Road to McCarthyby Pete McCarthy

    HarperCollins 2010; US$ 10.39

    Pete McCarthy established one cardinal rule of travel in hisbestselling debut, McCarthy's Bar : "Never pass a bar withyour name on it." In this equally wry and insightful follow-up,his characteristic good humor, curiosity, and thirst for adventuretake him on a fantastic jaunt around the world in search of hisIrish roots -- from Morocco, where he... more...

  • Grey Skies, Green Wavesby Tom Anderson

    Summersdale 2010; US$ 9.99

    A surfer's wet and wild journey through Britain and Ireland   Tom Anderson has always loved surfing—anywhere except the UK. But a chance encounter leads him to a series of adventures on home surf. As he visits the popular haunts and secret gems of British surfing he meets the Christians who pray for waves (and get them), loses a competition to... more...

  • Top 10 Dublinby Andrew Sanger; Polly Phillimore

    DK Publishing 2013; US$ 14.00

    Now available in PDF format. DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Top 10 Dublin will lead travelers straight to the very best this city has to offer. Whether one is looking for the things not to miss at the Top 10 sights or the best nightspots, this guide is the perfect travel companion. Rely on dozens of Top 10 lists--from the Top 10 museums... more...

  • The Rough Guide to Irelandby Paul Gray

    Rough Guides 2011; US$ 24.99

    Explore every corner of this fascinating island (North and South) with the fully revised 10th edition of the Rough Guide to Ireland, including the clearest maps of any guide. Get inspiration from the introduction on where to go and what to see, from Dublin's elegant Georgian architecture and world-renowned pubs to the spectacular landscapes of the... more...