Never been, always wanted to go. When I lived in Charleston, SC, USA, there was a great little Irish Pub. Owned and operated by a guy from Ireland, so it was the genuine article. I talked to him alot, and he said I should definately go to Ireland. My friend went once, and said it was amazing. Maybe one day I'll go.
I would also like to visit Ireland. Relatives of mine have and it is a great place to see with lots of surprises. I love Irish pubs. The nicest one I can remember from a decoration and space point of view was one in Tucson Arizona. I think it was called Murphy's Pub. It also doubled up as a nice Mexican restaurant.
I heard there is a beautiful place. Looking forward to ...
Best advice if you want to see Ireland at its best is to find somebody that has visited before.
And as always, tripadvisor is a good idea to ensure that you are staying in decent accomodation.
Ireland is not a cheap country and certainly there are certain tourist traps that are best avoided. But if this can be managed, it is well worth visiting.
Ireland is wet - very wet - very, very wet ! Do not go there if you don't like rain. They say that if you see the mountains it's going to rain soon, and if you can't see them then it's already raining.
Get the message - IT'S WET !!!
Great place, great people
If you like Golf you will love it
South Ireland (Eire) Rural and has Dublin
Northern Ireland industrial and has Belfast
Imagine a square with the top right having its own square (top right square is northern ireland)
Remaining parts of the bigger square is Eire.