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Dublin, Belfast, Edinburgh & Liverpool ... all in a 8 Days! Why, it's our CELTIC SAMPLER Event Aug 1

Sullivan's Irish Alley...and Travel Too! 104 E. Main Street, Contea di Queens, Queens, New York, Stati Uniti

Sample the Celtic Countries With Us!
PRIME SEATS for Edinburth Military Tatoo!
See The Beatles Liverpool, stay at The Hard Days Hotel next to The Cavern Club!
See The Giant's Causeway!
See Wales!
Visit the Titanic Quarters in Belfast!
plus much more!
Pre and Post Night Stays are available too!

Price is only $2149

2014- 8 Day Celtic Tour
Special Scottish & Irish Dinner/Shows
Titanic Belfast
Giant’s Causeway
Edinburgh Castle and City Tour
5,000-Year-Old Tombs
The Beatles Story
Superior First Class
D Hotel, Drogheda (1 night)
Hilton Hotel, Belfast (2 nights)
Apex City Hotel, Edinburgh (2 nights)
Hard Day’s Night Hotel, Liverpool (1 night)
North Star Hotel, Dublin (1 night)
Tour Includes
Airport transfers at start and end of tour
Sightseeing by luxury coach
Professional tour director
7 nights in hotels listed
Full breakfast daily (B) except on day 1
5 dinners (D) including
- Welcome dinner in Drogheda
- Scottish Evening in Edinburgh
- Old Jameson Distillery “Shindig” Night
- 2 table d'hote dinners
Welcome get-together drink
Walking tours of Drogheda and Conwy
Tours of Belfast, Edinburgh and Liverpool
Round trip ferry transportation between Ireland and Britain
Reserved seats for Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo on August 2 to 16 departures
Tea and cake at the Castle Hotel, Conwy
Visits and admissions to Boyne Valley Visitor Centre & Newgrange or Knowth Tomb, Ulster Folk Park, Titanic Belfast, Giant’s
Causeway, Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, Edinburgh Castle, Gretna Green and The Beatles Story
Headsets for walking tours
Deluxe carry-on backpack, ticket wallet, luggage tags & strap
All local taxes, hotel service charges & porterage for one suitcase per person8 Day Celtic Sampler Itinerary
Day 1: Dublin Arrival & Drogheda Walk
This tour starts at Dublin Airport with group transfers to your hotel, 30 minutes north of Dublin Airport. Your hotel is
located on the banks of the River Boyne. At 2:00 pm take a short walk around central Drogheda, a town with a long
history dating back to 1194 AD and often entwined with English political events. It has strong associations with Oliver
Cromwell routed Royalist defenders in 1649 and in 1690 the Battle of the Boyne was fought 3 miles from Drogheda.
Enjoy a welcome drink with your tour director and fellow travelers followed by dinner in your hotel. (D)
Day 2: Neolithic Tombs & Titanic Belfast
This morning visit the Boyne Valley Visitor Centre to learn about the passage burial tombs of Newgrange and Knowth,
both of which are over 5,000 years old. Visit one of the tombs to see how primitive people managed to align these
buildings precisely with the sun or the moon. Drive around the Mourne Mountains and visit the Ulster Folk Park to see
19th century houses with traditional crafts. Tour Belfast city center and also Titanic Belfast, where you may relive the
times of the famous liner. (B, D)
Day 3: Antrim Coast & Giant’s Causeway
Drive north along the “Nine Glens of Antrim,” a scenic route with lovely views of mountains, valleys and coastline,
passing through the towns of Cushendall and Ballycastle. Continue to the Giant’s Causeway, hexagonal basalt columns
formed by volcanic activity over 60 million years ago. The enormous rocks have spawned legends about the mythical
giant, Finn McCool. Take a walk around to see the various rock formations. Return to Belfast where the evening is free
for dining. (B)
Day 4: Burns Country Birthplace Museum & Edinburgh
Take a short ferry ride to Scotland and drive along the west coast, stopping at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum near
Ayr. Learn about Scotland’s popular poet through modern displays dedicated to his life and works and stroll through the
gardens to see his mausoleum and the Brig o’Doon, which featured in his work. Continue to the charming countryside to
your hotel in central Edinburgh. Head out to a Scottish Evening for dinner with a fun show of traditional songs and dance.
(B, D)
Day 5: Edinburgh Castle & City Tour
This morning explore Edinburgh on a sightseeing tour. Compare and contrast the wide streets and elegant mansions of the
Georgian 200-year-old “New Town” with the narrow lanes and medieval townhouses along the Royal Mile, the oldest
part of the city. See Princes Street, the main shopping thoroughfare that separates the two areas. Finish your tour at the
imposing Edinburgh Castle where you can see historic buildings and enjoy splendid views of Edinburgh. The balance of
the day is free. On August 2 to 16 departures enjoy the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo at the Castle esplanade. (B)
Day 6: Gretna Green, Lake District & Beatles’ Liverpool
Travel through the scenic Borders region and stop in the Old Blacksmith’s Shop at Gretna Green, a popular wedding place
near the English border. Drive through the stunning scenery of the Lake District and stop in the picturesque village of
Grasmere where William Wordsworth lived and worked. See his burial place in the center of the village. Continue south
to Liverpool to visit The Beatles Story where you will experience the music and lives of the “Fab Four”. Your Beatlesthemed hotel is located right beside the Cavern Club. (B, D)
Day 7: Conwy Walking Tour & Irish “Shindig” Night
Drive along the north coast of Wales to Conwy for a guided walk around this compact walled medieval town. Get great
views of the huge castle, a medieval fortification built by Edward I at the end of the 13th century during his conquest of
Wales. Also see the smallest house in Britain, measuring 10 feet by 6 feet, and used as a residence until 1900 AD. Sample
tea and Welsh cakes at the Castle Hotel, a historic coaching inn in the town center. Then take a ferry to Dublin and check
in to your hotel. Head to the Old Jameson Distillery for a guided tour, followed by “Shindig,” dinner with a traditional
Irish show. (B, D)
Day 8 : Depart for Home
Group transfers are provided to Dublin Airport to arrive at 6:00 am, 9:00 am or 12:00 noon.(B)
B: Breakfast; D: Dinner
Note: This is a preliminary itinerary for 2014 and some features are subject to change.

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