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Vision of the Seas visit to Dublin 30 31 May 2017 - Private Shore excursion to Newgrange and boyne valley
Discover spectacular countryside from the Hill of Tara, explore Ireland's Ancient East on the best small group day tours from Dublin. Day Tours Unplugged offer fantastic private shore excursions and small group tours with approved tour guides.
Today we met the Ocean Princess at Dublin port for a shore excursion into the Boyne Valley and Newgrange.
Heading to Dublin port in the morning, looking forward to meet & greet. Then we depart for #Newgrange #Boynevalleytour #lovedublin @failte_ireland see Day Tours Unplugged for all your private shore excursions from Dublin.

Saint Patrick myth or legend

By damian Sunday, 11th January 2015 | 0 comments
Filed under: Did you know, Festivals, See & do Meath.
St. Patrick has become synonymous with things Irish; from shamrocks to the shortage of snakes on this Isle. The rest they say is History

Ancient History within Boyne Valley

By damian Wednesday, 12th February 2014 | 0 comments
Filed under: Did you know, Festivals, See & do Meath.
Newgrange and the Boyne valley is a must see while visiting Ireland, it is a UNESCO world heritage site located just North of Dublin along the East coast of Ireland in County Meath.

Hill of Tara Ireland

By damian Monday, 26th November 2012 | 0 comments
Filed under: Did you know, See & do Meath.
Tara is an extensive Celtic site, which dates back over 4000 years. Prior to the arrival of Christianity with St Patrick in 432 AD, Tara was a place where priest – kings held elaborate druid and Celtic ceremonies.
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