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  • For the Love of Irelandby Susan Cahill

    Random House Publishing Group 2011; US$ 15.95

    Welcome to the Ireland of its Writers Walk the streets of Dublin with Jonathan Swift, James Joyce, Samuel Beckett, and Roddy Doyle. Contemplate the wild glens of Wicklow with John Millington Synge and Seamus Heaney. Wander the thrilling Cliffs of Moher with Wallace Stevens. Visit antic Limerick with Frank McCourt; mysterious Coole Park with Lady Gregory;... more...

  • Slow Guide to Dublinby Anto Howard

    Hardie Grant Books 2010; US$ 29.95

    The antithesis of trendy, Slow Dublin celebrates all that s local, natural, traditional, sensory and most of all gratifying about living in Dublin. It s an inspirational lifestyle guide for locals who want to live more and fret less. Readers are invited to rise up in their own sweet time, of course against the culture of speed, fad and uniformity.... more...

  • I Never Knew That About Londonby Christopher Winn; Mai Osawa

    St. Martin's Press 2012; US$ 25.99

    Discover hundreds of fascinating facts about London in this enthralling miscellany Travelling through  the villages and districts that make up the world?s most dynamic metropolis, Christopher Winn takes us on a captivating journey around London to unearth the hidden gems of legends, firsts, inventions, adventures and birthplaces that shape the... more...

  • The Everything Travel Guide to Irelandby Thomas Hollowell; Katie Kelly Bell

    F+W Media 2010; US$ 15.95

    There are few places on earth that compare to Ireland. From breathtaking landscapes to a unique culture steeped in history, Ireland is a tourist's ultimate destination. This guide features expert tips for you to get the most out of your trip to Ireland, including: Transportation, lodging, customs, and emergency advice The scoop on cultural attractions... more...

  • At the Edge of Irelandby David Yeadon

    HarperCollins 2009; Not Available

    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...

  • 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...

  • I Never Knew That About New Yorkby Christopher Winn

    Ebury Publishing 2013; US$ 14.21

    In I Never Knew That About New York Christopher Winn digs beneath the gleaming towers and mean streets of New York and discovers its secrets and its hidden treasures. Learn about the extraordinary people who built New York into one of the world's great cities in just 400 years. New York is one of the most photographed and talked about cities in... 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...

  • 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...