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Lonely Planet, 2004 - Travel - 708 pages
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"Slate-toned lakes, verdant pastures, peaceful mountain retreats, ragged cliffs pounded by the Atlantic, remote sandy beaches, ancient monastic ruins, cosmopolitan cities and the warmest welcome from its people - Ireland's charm is endless. Discover all Ireland's magic with this inspirational guide" - back cover.

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User Review  - 34newyorker -

This book was very helpful. I liked how they described the history of ireland. Also I enjoyed the detailed descriptions about the specific sites to visit. The book has helpful maps to plan an organized itinery. Read full review

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User Review  - Thomas Ryan - Goodreads

LP is better than the Fromner's guide but it's debatable if they're needed in this day and age. Learned more from searching the NY Times than either book. Their value is in providing a framework to search the Internet from for all the latest and greatest. Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Davenport was born in and spent most of his youth in Dublin. He graduated from Trinity College.

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