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The picturesque harbor town of Kinsale, located along Cork’s southern coast, is arguably one of Ireland’s best hidden gems. Situated along the coastal drive, The Wild Atlantic Way, this storybook Irish town boasts unspoiled coastlines, cobblestone streets, and twisty lanes line with playful colorful buildings. Besides the ascetical beauty, this cozy town is known for […]

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As I mentioned in our Ireland Itinerary for Families post, traveling through Ireland by car gave our family the freedom and flexibility to take in the breathtaking countryside views and explore ancient magical castles. While it can be a daunting, renting and driving a car in foreign country, with a little preparation, knowledge and understanding […]

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If you are looking for an adventure where you can learn about history, dine on amazing food, and view the Emerald Isle’s most stunning scenery, look no further than Ireland! For a unique experience that is not limited to a specific city, rent a car and prepare for breathtaking views as you drive from Dublin […]

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Our friends and family know that we love to stay in vacation rentals when traveling with the kids. It has allowed us the comforts of home with countless advantages including: cooking our own meals, free Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, immersing ourselves in local experiences, and most importantly being cost-effective. Since our love for vacation rentals has […]

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When you think of stone circles Stonehenge in England comes to mind, but did you know Ireland’s verdant landscape is also riddled with them? Drombeg, located amid rolling farmlands of Southwest Ireland, is one of the most visited megalithic sites in all of Ireland. While this idyllic setting is much smaller than its famous cousin […]

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Ireland is a relatively small country, roughly the size of Indiana, but the size can be misleading. The harrowing windy roads, dueling tour buses, and lack of street signs can be maddening! However, traversing through Ireland by car gave our family the freedom and flexibility to explore the breathtaking views and ancient magical castles. Back […]

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Visiting the Giant’s Causeway has long been on my bucket list since my science college courses. This spectacular rock formation was so unique it’s hard to believe it was even real. A great hike for kids (ours were 9 and 6 at the time), Northern Ireland’s wild and untamed Antrim coast is home to dreamy […]

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Masada is an ancient stone fortress, perched high above the western shore of the Dead Sea in the barren Judean desert. It’s are made up of chalk, dolomite and marl strata thousands of feet above the Dead Sea. To get to the top of Masada, you can hike up the steep trail or take a […]

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There isn’t a better souvenir than a picturesque shot and Jerusalem was filled with them! Here are a few spots not to miss while visiting the Holy City. The Western Wall It only seems fitting to start with the Western Wall, which is Judaism’s holiest site. However, depending on your visit (we were there during […]

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Nothing beats a fantastic view from an airplane window seat: Do you have a favorite photo from a window seat? We love to connect with others, so feel free to leave us a comment below and share your experiences! Save Save Save Save Save

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The Sea of Galilee, also referred to as Kinneret in Hebrew, is Israel’s largest freshwater lake. Because of a pleasant climate, fertile soil, and relatively abundant water, the rivers flowing into the lake and the adjacent plains the Galilee has been one of the major regions of ancient Palestine. Archaeological evidence has revealed prehistoric tools […]

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There we were, celebrating our 10-year anniversary, in wine county, never been wine tasting and NO idea where to begin. We decided to book a half-day excursion with The Wine Wrangler through our hotel—figuring my husband’s taste for beer and my love for anything from a wine bottle wouldn’t get us to the “best” wineries. […]

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