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Mystical Ireland Tour 2014 KOSHER EXPERIENCESWITHDENNIS & MALCOLMMystical Ireland Tour 201412th – 21st August 2014Euro 2250 per person on a share twin basis.Euro 475 single supplement.Please note: – This pr...

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Kosher services worldwide with Dennis & Malcolm Mystical Ireland Tour 2014 12th – 21st August 2014

12th – 21st August 2014

Euro 2250 per person on a share twin basis.

Euro 475 single supplement.

Please note: - This price does not include airfare to Ireland.

Join Dennis Moddel & Malcolm Green on their magical experience of Ireland, combined with luxurious hotels, and to top it off enjoying freshly cooked kosher meals. What a holiday!

TUESDAY 12th AUGUST DAY 1: ARRIVAL — TRANSFER TO YOUR HOTEL

Upon arrival at Dublin airport you will be met by your guide, who will have a sign “Dennis & Malcolm”. When everyone has arrived you will transfer to your hotel.

WEDNESDAY 13TH AUGUST DAY 2: DUBLIN

This morning we will visit the DUBLIN SYNAGOGUE and JEWISH MUSEUM. From there we will enjoy a panoramic DUBLIN CITY TOUR and see the famous Georgian quarter which incorporates some of Dublin’s loveliest 18th-century streets, squares, and landmarks – most famous the colourful doors of Dublin. See the Parliament Building, Dublin Castle, Trinity College, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Phoenix Park, O’Connell Street and other landmarks. If time permits you will visit TRINITY COLLEGE, the scholarly home to many classical and contemporary Irish writers. See the world famous Book of Kells, an early Christian illuminated manuscript, handwritten and beautifully decorated by Irish monks. The magnificent old library hall “The Long Room” will also impress you.  Return our hotel in Dublin for dinner and overnight.

 

THURSDAY 14TH AUGUST DAY 3:NORTH COAST & CASTLE TOUR

This Dublin tour takes in Dublin’s northern coastline, passes the tree lined Griffith Avenue and the Casino at Marino, before visiting stately Malahide Castle, dating from the 12th century, and set amid 250 acres of parkland and gardens. Continuing through the heritage town of Malahide, the tour will take you past magnificent coastal scenery to the picturesque fishing village of Howth. Crossing the nearby summit of Howth Head you will have a panoramic view of the huge expanse of Dublin Bay. Set against a backdrop of the Dublin and Wicklow mountains, the view is renowned as one of the world’s great seascapes.

FRIDAY 15TH AUGUST DAY 4: BOYNE VALLEY & NEWGRANGE

Leaving the city of Dublin behind, you’ll set off on board our coach and watch the landscape change from Dublin’s urban cityscape to the rolling, green hills that typify the Irish countryside. Nowhere can you get a better cross-section of the best of Ireland’s Historic monuments than in the Boyne Valley. From the splendor of Newgrange, one of Europe’s most spectacular prehistoric tombs to the magic and mystery of Tara, ancient seat of the High Kings of Ireland - you’ll discover that the Boyne Valley resonates with history and adventure.

 

Return our hotel in Dublin for Erev Shabbat Service, Dinner and overnight

SHABBAT 16TH AUGUST DAY 5:DAY AT LEISURE

After morning services, we will have the afternoon to relax in the comfort of your first class hotel. Luncheon & Dinner then overnight at hotel.

 

SUNDAY 17TH AUGUST DAY 6: WICKLOW

Today we leave Dublin and travel along the southern coastline to Bray for a photo stop before continuing deep into the heart of Wicklow’s hilly countryside.  You’ll be suitably impressed by the magnificent historic house and gardens of Powerscourt Estate. Dating back to the 18th century, Powerscourt’s gardens command views over the surrounding countryside, and the house is one of Ireland’s finest.

Your tour continues into the heart of the Wicklow Mountains to Glendalough. Glendalough is a truly spellbinding place, home to the impressive 10th-century Round Tower. After your guided tour of this beautiful spiritual site, you will have time to enjoy lunch, surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside Ireland has to offer. Return our hotel in Dublin for dinner and overnight

MONDAY 18TH AUGUST DAY 7: LIMERICK

Depart today for a direct transfer to Limerick. Visit Bunratty Castle and Folkpark – One of Irelands top visitor attractions, Bunratty Castle is the most complete and authentic medieval castle in the country. Built in 1425, it was faithfully restored in 1954 and has furnishings and tapestries which capture the mood and style of the times. The Folk Park, set in 26 acres, recreates 19th century Ireland. The Park features include a recreated village street, eight farmhouses, a watermill, blacksmiths forge, Macs pub and restaurant and a display of 19th century agricultural machinery. Continue on to Limerick city for a panoramic tour. From there we travel to Ballinasloe for dinner and overnight.

 

TUESDAY 19TH AUGUST DAY 8:

EXCURSION TO THE CLIFFS OF MOHER AND ARAN ISLANDS

In the morning you will travel through the magnificent landscape of the BURREN, a karst limestone region with a vast lunar like landscape. It is famous for its botanic variety harbouring many rare plants and flowers. Continue to the nearby famous towering CLIFFS OF MOHER, metres above the Atlantic Ocean at their highest point one of Ireland’s most spectacular sights. Standing over 200 and stretching for 8km along the rugged coastline, the Cliffs boast one of the most amazing views in Ireland. We will enter O’Brien’s Tower which will give us access to the rooftop area that offers the best photo opportunity of the Cliffs. From here you will cross the Atlantic to visit one of the Aran Islands, The three islands stretch across the mouth of Galway Bay. Fishing & tourism are the main industries. Old island traditions live on; the currach (a light tar-covered boat) is still used by some for fishing and for the summer races. Most island women knit the traditional Aran sweater and pass on the skill. Gaelic is the first language among the islanders but most are bilingual. Inish more is a paradise of flora and fauna but also a vast open-air museum, rich in archaeological and monastic sites. You will tour the island by minibus and visit the impressive stone fort Dun Aengus. After spending some time in the local village you will return by ferry to the mainland to join our coach. Return our hotel in Ballinasloe for dinner and overnight.

 

WEDNESDAY 20TH AUGUST DAY 9: FAMINE MUSEUM

 

Strokestown Park House was the seat of the Pakenham-Mahon family from 1600 to 1979, and the vast estate, which stretches for miles in every direction, was granted to Nicholas Mahon by King Charles II after the Restoration in appreciation of his support of the House of Stewart during the bloody English Civil War. It was quite a reward. The original house, completed in 1697, was considered to be too small and unimposing by Nicholas’s grandson, Thomas. So he hired Richard Cassels (also known as Richard Castle) to build him something bigger and more impressive. The result is this 45-room Palladian house. The north wing houses Ireland’s last existing galleried kitchen (where the lady of the house could observe the culinary activity without being part of it). The south wing is an elaborate vaulted stable so magnificent that it has been described as an “equine cathedral.”

To see the other end of the economic scale, head out into the old stable yards to the excellent Irish Famine Museum. Anyone who wants to understand the effects and causes of the deadly potato blight of the 1840s will want to visit this exhibition. It chronicles the twists of fate, catastrophic mistakes, and callous disregard that caused widespread starvation and mass deaths. The cruel irresponsibility of the landowners and the British government of Ireland in ignoring the spreading death and disease are exposed in jaw-dropping detail. This has been called one of the most important museums in Ireland, and that is not overstating it. Overnight in Ballinasloe.

THURSDAY 21ST AUGUST DAY 10: DUBLIN

Transfer to Dublin for check in at airport and departure for home after a fantastic & memorable experience.

For those with an afternoon departure, you will be taken downtown for free time to walk around and have a last look at the sights and shops!

OUR HOTELS: Carlton Shearwater (www.carlton.ie)

Carlton Shearwater (www.shearwaterhotel.com) one of the newest Ballinasloe Hotels, is an exquisite 4 star hotel and spa resort. Ideally situated at Marina Point on the majestic River Suck, one of the most beautiful rivers in the country, this is the perfect retreat. Each room has air conditioning, direct dial phones, complimentary broadband access, digital TV & hospitality tray. The rooms are luxurious, and the hotel has a leisure & fitness centre with swimming pool which will make your stay with us a magical one. The hotel offers a range of soothing treatments and a team of expert beauticians that will ensure you look as good on the outside as we promise, to make you feel on the inside. All that’s left for you to do is sit back, relax and enjoy your stay.

Dunboyne Castle Hotel in Co. Meath.www.dunboynecastlehotel.com

With a sophisticated combination of traditional old-world opulence and contemporary design, Dunboyne Castle hotel in Meath, Ireland, sets a new precedent and fresh interpretation of a Luxury Castle Hotel in Ireland, only 11 miles from Dublin.

One of the leading Meath hotels, Dunboyne Castle stands on 2 acres of mature manicured lawns and gardens, the Castle’s most unique attribute is the peaceful oasis it offers guests while also located in such close proximity to Dublin’s City Centre, surrounding golf courses and near Dublin Airport.  Beautifully restored, the historic mansion, once home to the Lord of Dunboyne, today serves as one of Ireland’s foremost exclusive hotels near Dublin. Every detail within this Castle hotel in Meath, Ireland, has been carefully considered, from its dazzling soaring interior to sumptuous soft furnishings.

 

KASHRUT

All daily kosher meals will be freshly prepared in our own on site kosher kitchen by the renowned chef Malcolm Green and his team FROM Kosher Services Worldwide. The whole tour will be supervised by a resident Mashgiach of the Kashrut Division of the London Beth Din. All meat Glatt & Chalav Yisroel dairy products.

COST: Euro 2250 per person on a share twin basis.

Single supplement: Euro 475

Includes: Transfer from Dublin airport (must arrive before 2pm), Hotel accommodation, freshly cooked kosher meals daily including lunch boxes when touring. Touring as per schedule, Entrance fees where applicable, Transfer to Dublin airport for departure.

Please note that if you do not participate in a tour, no refund is applicable.

Exclusions:

Airfares

Personal expenses

Travel Insurance: Highly suggested

Optional tours where applicable

There is a 3% surcharge for credit card payments.

Costs and arrangements are subject to change with or without notice

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