On Tue, 12 Mar 2002 00:44:52 -0000, you wrote:
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>> You could do a lot worse than spend your 4 days in
>> Connemara. Kylemore Abbey would be worth a visit, just
>> for the view across the lake itself. Also, the Aran
>> Islands are well worth a visit, and Roundstone harbour
>> is just beautiful - food for the soul. Further north,
>> you could visit Yeats country in Sligo, ............................
>Blah, blah, blah.
>Of course, you could also take in the historic city of Derry with its famous
>defensive walls which were never breached, the World Heritage site of the
>Giant's Causeway. Nearby you might try the stomach-churning walk across the
>Carrick-a-Reid Rope Bridge. Try a trip across to fabled Rathlin Island, turn
>south to the Nine glens of Antrim thence through Larne to CarrickFergus (of
>the song fame!) and take time to tour the 1000 year old Norman castle still
>largely intact. It is then only ten miles to Belfast, famous in song and
>story, thence to Downpatrick where St. Patrick is buried. A short journey
>will then bring you through the Mountains of Mourne to Newry. I could go on,
>but the visitor will want to pick his own spots. You ain't seen nothing yet
>Isn't it strange how people subscribing to this list seem to forget that
>Ireland comprises 32 counties and not 26 !!
And you forgot to mention all the sessions they could visit on the way