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Hi! Michele!  I will be reading your books and web sight. Ireland is my ancestors stomping ground. But we all go transported a few generations ago and as life goes some of us never have the opportunity to go visit what this beautiful planet has to offer. I don't have any specific place to go see but would love to visit the people and hear about their life living there and exchange stories. But,  for a woman to travel alone? any thoughts.

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Hi Breanna,

Sorry for not answering immediately but I was traveling in Ireland and then home again. Ireland is a wonderful place to connect to your ancestry and the Irish people are so friendly and welcoming. It is a very safe place for a woman traveling alone to travel. Just use your good common sense. I would recommend staying at B&Bs as they are smaller places with hosts who will take an interest in you and your circumstances.

Meanwhile, if you have any other questions you can contact mew here or on my Free Ireland Travel Forum: http://ireland.activeboard.com/

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Michele Erdvig

www.IrelandYes.com  

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I have visited Ireland 50 times since 1973 and know the Emerald Isle like the back of my hand. That`s why everyone calls me the “Ireland Expert”. Besides writing a book about Ireland called “IRELAND DREAM TRIP” - formerly "BEST LITTLE GUIDE TO IRELAND" - (which I update yearly and is now in its 20th edition) I also plan customized itineraries to Ireland for my clients. I really enjoy helping others plan their trips to the Emerald Isle and I love answering thousands of questions at various travel forums dedicated to Ireland. I have a forum at http://www.irelandyes.com...I`ve produced a web site to help people planning a trip to Ireland. "IRELAND YES" can be visited at: www.irelandyes.com... My favorites list for Ireland follows and may help you plan your trip...MICHELE`S IRELAND TOP 10 LIST... 1. Cliffs of Moher (Co. Clare) 2. Dingle Peninsula (Co. Kerry) 3. Killarney Area (Co. Kerry) 4. Kenmare (Co. Kerry) 5. Connemara (Co. Galway) 6. Kinsale (Co. Cork) 7. Kilkenny (Co. Kilkenny) 8. Cashel (Co. Tipperary) 9. Glendalough & Powerscourt (Co. Wicklow) 10. Giant`s Causeway (No. Ireland)... I really know my stuff so if you have any TRAVEL REALTED QUESTIONS about Ireland I`m the person to ask!

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