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Rugged coastline, barren plains, lush vegetation and brooding mountains provide the backdrop for the celebrated hospitality of the Irish. Beyond the famous beauties of the Ring of Kerry, the wild Burren and the ruined friaries lies an intimate history of the people and their rich culture. Let the Irish introduce you to tales of their mythical gods and fairies, legendary saints and heroes, whether the venue be a convivial pub in cosmopolitan Cork, a traditional music session in Doolin or a match-making festival in Lisdoonvarna. This new edition of Cadogan's absorbing guide reveals the pleasures of an essential corner of Ireland, highlighting opportunities to experience the lively banter or roam unhurried through the unspoiled landscape.This guide includes practical travel advice; over180 hand-picked places to stay; over 150 restaurants, bars and cafes; 16 maps; color touring-map section; stunning color photography; internationally renowned golf courses and tranquil fishing loughs. (5 1/2 x 8 1/2, 300 pages, color photos, maps)
Catharina Day comes from a long-established Irish family, living in Donegal as a child and attending school in Derry. She is also the author of the best-selling Cadogan guide to Ireland, and has compiled an anthology of Irish literature.
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Book Description Cadogan Books, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110947754962