Honeymoon Registry for Bridget and Vincent

Destination: Ireland

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Bridget and Vincent

Hello and welcome to our honeymoon registry! Our apartment is already full of stuff, so we have registered for our dream vacation to Ireland. With your help, we'll be visiting the entire Emerald Isle, from the city of Dublin, to historic sites like Newgrange, to a scenic drive around the Ring of Kerry, to as many pubs as we can find. We also plan to drink a lot of Guinness.

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Hop-on/Hop-off bus tour

Hop-on/Hop-off bus tour

$80

This three-day bus pass will let us tour the city of Dublin at our leisure, and will also get us to our hotel from the airport.

Four nights hotel stay in Dublin

Four nights hotel stay in Dublin

$700

Located in the middle of Ireland's eastern coastline, Dublin is the country's largest city, and also its capital. We plan on spending four nights here. During that time, we'll need somewhere to sleep.

Massage for Two

Massage for Two

$150

We'll be worn out after flying halfway around the world. A massage session will get us unwound and ready to explore Or, after doing some exploring, we can get our sore feet and legs rubbed down. It...

Dublinia

Dublinia

$20

The Vikings reached Ireland in the Ninth Century and, as Vikings so often do, made a general mess of things. At a museum called Dublinia, we'll learn how the locals put everything back together for...

Trinity College and the Book of Kells

Trinity College and the Book of Kells

$24

Produced in the Eighth or Ninth Century, the Book of Kells is picked as the top attraction in Dublin by Fodor's, who also deem it "the most beautiful book in the world." It is kept at Trinity Colle...

Christchurch Cathedral

Christchurch Cathedral

$28

It started as a wooden church in 1038, though most of what is now Christchurch Cathedral was rebuilt in a 19th Century renovation. Regardless, it's beautiful, and tourists have the opportunity to e...

St. Patrick's Cathedral

St. Patrick's Cathedral

$16

There are at least 70 cathedrals in Ireland. St. Patrick's, dedicated in 1192, is the largest, and also the least snake-y.

Guinness Storehouse

Guinness Storehouse

$40

How much do the Irish like their Guinness? Not only have they named it the national drink, they've also dedicated 60 acres in the heart of their biggest city to the place where it's made. The bar o...

Jameson's Distillery Tour

Jameson's Distillery Tour

$40

There is more to life than beer. There is also whiskey. At Jameson's Distillery, we will learn how it is made. We might even sample some.

Croke Park Skyline Tour

Croke Park Skyline Tour

$54

Croke Park hosts Gaelic football and hurling games, but when there's no contest going on, you can climb the catwalks for views of the city.

Car rental

Car rental

$1,000

Once we leave Dublin, we'll be driving everywhere, and that'll be hard to do without wheels.

Tank of Petrol

Tank of Petrol

$800

The Irish call gasoline "petrol," and it goes for about 1.60 Euros per liter. That works out to more than 8 US dollars per gallon. Holy cow! Please buy us some gas!

Powerscourt House & Gardens

Powerscourt House & Gardens

$18

Though the once-palatial house at Powerscourt has never been the same since a fire in the 1970s, the gardens in the shadow of Sugarloaf Mountain remain as lovely as ever.

Castletown House

Castletown House

$12

Is it a castle? A town? Or a house? Call it what you will, it stands as an example of the finest life Irish money could buy 300 years ago, give or take a couple of decades.

One night hotel stay in Kilkenny

One night hotel stay in Kilkenny

$100

Kilkenny has been called Ireland's most beautiful inland city, and proclaims itself as the nation's medieval capital. Plus they make Kilkenny beer, which is delicious.

Kilkenny Castle

Kilkenny Castle

$16

Built in 1172, Kilkenny Castle was home for more than 500 years to one of Ireland's most powerful clans, the Butler family. Today it is heralded as Ireland's most recognizable castle.

One night in Waterford Castle

One night in Waterford Castle

$300

Just your run-of-the-mill 800-year-old castle on a 310-acre private island accessible only by ferry. If that sounds like an incredibly romantic and relaxing way to spend a day, well, we think so too.

Two nights hotel stay in Killarney

Two nights hotel stay in Killarney

$200

Surrounded by woodlands, mountains, castles, and lakes, Killarney is Ireland's most scenic city. And speaking of scenery, from here we'll be making the drive around the Ring of Kerry, Ireland's mos...

Bunratty Castle & Folk Park

Bunratty Castle & Folk Park

$130

By day, we'll explore Bunratty Folk Park, a recreation of a 19th century Irish village. By night, we'll feast inside Bunratty Castle, enjoying an "authentic" (wink-wink) medieval banquet, accompani...

Two nights hotel stay in Galway

Two nights hotel stay in Galway

$200

A port town on Ireland's western shore, Galway is the largest city in the region of the country that speaks Gaelic first and English second.

One night in Ashford Castle

One night in Ashford Castle

$600

Originally built in 1228, Ashford Castle has passed through generations of Irish wealth, served as the shooting location for John Wayne's "The Quiet Man," and in 2011 hosted Pierce Brosnan's weddin...

Two nights hotel stay in Donegal

Two nights hotel stay in Donegal

$200

The Donegal area offers ancient settlements, mountain peaks, and cliffs, islands. It's also home to Leo's Tavern, the family bar and starting ground for new age music stars Clannad, Moya Brennan, a...

Two nights hotel stay in Belfast

Two nights hotel stay in Belfast

$200

We'll poke around a bit in the U.K. to visit scenery like the Giant's Causeway (pictured) and Lower Lough Erne.

Breakfast, lunch, and/or dinner

Breakfast, lunch, and/or dinner

$1,350

Two people times two weeks in Ireland times three meals a day equals a lot of potatoes. Put a little variety into things by buying us breakfast, lunch, or dinner. We promise to try at least one ful...

Pint o' Guinness

Pint o' Guinness

$505

It's sad but inevitable that at some point in this trip we will look at our hands and see no Guinness there. With your help, we can grab a pint of the black stuff with a quick trip to a nearby pub....

Make a suggestion!

Make a suggestion!

$5,000

Been to Ireland? Is there something we need to see that we haven't mentioned here? Let us know about it! We're open to all ideas!

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