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Salthill Airshow Taking to the Galway Skies

Salthill Airshow Taking to the Galway Skies

Every year the Salthill Air Show takes to the skies above the Salthill Promenade on Galway Bay. This year the show will commence at 3 p.m. on June 24, but spectators will want to get there much earlier to grab a great spot. Though the actual line-up of aircraft can not be guaranteed, this year’s » Read more

Tip From the Irish: Get on the Pigsback

Tip From the Irish: Get on the Pigsback

In a country where even the most loyal of consumers still grumble about the cost of living, Pigsback.com has become a lifeline for Irish shoppers just looking for a good deal. This interactive website allows shoppers to browse an array of categories – everything from beauty products to movie tickets to gym memberships – and » Read more

Ireland: Beaut.ie Bonanza

Irish lasses love to primp and pamper, even with the staggering cost of cosmetics in Ireland. Though an array of Irish women’s magazines provide good tips for living a champagne lifestyle on a lemonade budget, there’s nonetheless been a huge gap in the market for timely updates on beauty bargains. Enter Beaut.ie. Irish girls in » Read more

Ireland Flash: Saving Euros with Student Cents

Ireland Flash: Saving Euros with Student Cents

Students in the know know that Students Cents makes sense. If you are studying abroad or taking a summer semester in Ireland, you’ll save big bucks by registering at Student Cents and getting great deals on meals, drinks, accommodation, and even huge competition prizes. Or you can wander around your campus in the hopes that » Read more

Ireland: Shortest St. Patrick’s Day Parade Around

Ireland: Shortest St. Patrick’s Day Parade Around

In New York, home of the largest St. Patrick’s Day parade, locals stand for hours along Fifth Avenue in support of every last leprechaun and his or her respective pot of gold. The thought of a much shorter parade, especially on bitterly cold St. Paddy’s Days, makes New Yorkers green with envy—for the citizens of » Read more

Northern Ireland: Off the Hizzle

An interactive article on BBC News today lists Northern Ireland as a favorite travel destination for Londoners. It would appear that continuing stability, increasingly interesting cities, and good airlinks are all paving the weekend break way. Two cities we’re geared up about are Belfast, where C.S. Lewis was born, and Derry, home of the Sperrin » Read more

Cheapo Castles in Ireland? Occasionally.

Cheapo Castles in Ireland? Occasionally.

Sheila Flynn’s dreamy story in yesterday’s USA Today about Irish Castle rentals made us green with envy. After all, when we last visited Dublin we stayed in a youth hostel. It was a friendly place, but it certainly wasn’t a castle. Ireland is full of centuries-old stone castles, offering rooms for travelers who want history and romance. Think heavy » Read more

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