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I have never traveled farther than Arizona so I am pretty new to the whole thing. I have...

I have never traveled farther than Arizona so I am pretty new to the whole thing. I have always wanted to go to Ireland but I'm not sure where to go? I love being by the water and I love the country. I always see pictures of Ireland and how beautiful it is. I am also curious about the cost and weather. I do know Ireland is rainey but what is the avrage temreture? If you have any suggestions I would appreciate it. Thank you :)
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One more thing, Jennifer. Just read that Orbitz.com are rating Dublin as one of its top-value destinations for the fall shoulder season. Meaning? Book now for some great deals! http://www.orbitz.com/blog/2009/09/orbitz-insider-index-reveals-where-to-get-the-most-for-your-money/
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As a first trip out of the U.S., Ireland's certainly a sure bet! I think you'll have a great time there: lots of fun things to see and do, friendly people, beautiful countryside. Definitely spend some time in Dublin and maybe add on a few days to visit Cork in the south. Or, fly into Shannon (cheaper flights) and explore the country's beautiful, more hilly western coastline, including the Cliffs of Moher and the Dingle Peninsula. You don't say when you're planning on visiting, but don't sweat the rain: the Irish usually manage to have a smile on their faces whatever the weather!
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     answered this on September 29, 2009 at 07:35 AM
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