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user 8622313
Austin, TX
Post #: 3
Celtic travel could be travel to one of the Celtic countries (Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, Manx, Brittany, Scandinavia, Galicia) not just to a Gaeltacht in Ireland or Scotland.

I think people will be planning multiple trips at multiple times so I think it is useful to have a discussion thread where people can post there plans or reference info.

I am not a travel agent and I do not have any financial link to any travel company.
But I have gone on 3 Rick Steves organized tours (the guy who appears on PBS with travel segments)
and I know he has good tours - one in Ireland and one in Scotland - which might be of interest. People could all join one tour at the same time and have an affinity group. I have DVD or Bluray copies of his travel videos for Ireland and Scotland we could watch together sometime if there was interest.
user 7716014
Austin, TX
Post #: 49
I'd be interested in seeing some of his travel videos. I like Rick Steves a lot. Great idea for a discussion thread Jonathan!

Bethanni J.
user 12851893
Austin, TX
Post #: 2
I plan to be in Scotland May 2012 : )
user 33084672
Austin, TX
Post #: 1
I have yet to visit Ireland (hopefully in March), but visiting Scotland and England was truly a pleasurable learning experience. I must say that Glastonbury was my favorite place during the whole trip.
user 8622313
Austin, TX
Post #: 6
I just got back from business in Dublin and London, so I have recent experience with making the hop between Dublin Airport and London Heathrow Airport.

One tip when departing - go thru security at both Airports and you reach a waiting area with restaurants currency exchange and shops. Arriving at Dublin there is nothing before security/Passport/Immigration and only a small food court and shop after security/Immigration.
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