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  • Location: Dublin, Ireland
  • Duration:  12 hours (approx.)

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Last Port of Call for the Titanic

March 2009

Walking through the Historical Exhibit.

Kissing the Blarney stone

May 2008

Having fun kissing the Blarney Stone and exploring castle and grounds.

First Immigrant processed at Ellis Island

May 2008

Anne Moore and her brothers were the first immigrants processed at Ellis Island.

Titanic Bar

May 2008

In town of Cobh (Cove), last port of call for the Titanic before it sank in Atlantic. Also harbor in which Lusitania was sunk.

Grounds of Blarney Castle

December 2007

Beautiful grounds at Blarney Castle.

Wishing Steps

December 2007

Wishing steps on the Blarney Castle grounds.

Blarney Castle

October 2007

Narrow passages everywhere, but I made it even with my claustrophobia!

Dunbrody & Libby

October 2007

At Queenstown (Cobh); the Kennedy family from Massachusetts donated money to set up this reminder of where our Irish-American ancestors sailed from.

Jon's Kiss

October 2007

Kissing the Blarney Stone -- a must while in Eire.

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Tour code: 3310DH02


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