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Today on the blog I’m sharing my recent culinary experience at The Auberge du Soleil Restaurant. To say that I was blown away is an understatement. Between the stunning hotel setting, Napa views, incredible service, beyond delicious food and perfect wine pairings no wonder this restaurant has 12 consecutive Michelin Awards. Visit the blog and find a special occasion to plan a visit to The Auberge du Soleil Restaurant, trust me it’s divine... link to blog post in profile.
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#ireland is a wonderful place to visit: It’s got an unrivaled reputation for friendliness, a rich store of music and lore, and a fascinating cultural heritage arising out of its turbulent history. There are so many reasons to explore – and love– this magical island.
Below are my top 3 reasons to visit
👉 SPECTACULAR SCENERY
✅ The Cliffs of Moher. These awe-inspiring cliffs soar 700 feet above the Atlantic, to form one of Ireland’s most iconic and recognizable views.
✅ Ring of Kerry. Follow the narrow winding roads along Ireland’s southwestern coast, and you’ll be rewarded with glorious scenic views – the sweeping views of lakes, ocean, mountains and charming villages have been admired by visitors since Victorian times.
✅ Giant’s Causeway. Legend says these hexagonal rock formations rising dramatically out of the sea were built by the giant Finn MacCool. •
👉 ANCIENT HERITAGE
✅ Clonmacnoise. Wander among the preserved ruins of seven churches, two round towers, three high crosses and a cathedral, and you’ll get a sense of the lives of the monks who first settled the site in 545 AD.
✅ Glendalough. This lovely glacial valley in County Wicklow was the setting for a monastery founded by St Kevin in the 6th century. You’ll be charmed by the surviving buildings, which mostly date to the 10th – 12th centuries.
✅ Brú na Bóinne. Ireland’s Stone-Age inhabitants left behind several intriguing structures that remain largely mysterious to this day: Newgrange and Knowth are burial tombs that were built to precisely align with the sun and the winter solstice and the equinoxes. •
#castles dot the landscape in Ireland, offering their glimpses into the past and Ireland’s complicated history. Here are a few to visit:
✅ Dublin Castle
✅ Bunratty Castle
✅ Blarney Castle