Relax and see Ireland with Dove Chauffeur Drive
Executive chauffeurdriven vacations in Ireland with Dave Hogan and Dovechauffeurdrive
For your own especially designed Tour of the Republic of Ireland/West and South west

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Looking ahead to Chauffeurdriven Vacations in Ireland in 2013

This season has not actually come to an end as of yet but already there are many people planning for their vacation in 2013. This is not a bad idea at all as having your vacation secured early can help you to avoid disappointment. I already have some tours booked for the coming year and hate having to disappoint anybody. We have only so many drivers available so, if you are one of those people fortunate enough to be able to plan that far ahead, i suggest that you start making enquiries now. Once we know that you are sincere about coming to Ireland we can hold dates for a reasonable length of time, and we certainly can give you first shot at securing it if somebody else comes along for the same dates. I already sense that there were quiet a few who put their trip to Ireland on hold this year, as it is a know fact that many people do not travel outside the USA during a Presidential election year. It was still a busy year here for me as our business continues to grow. We must be doing something right. 
It costs nothing to enquire, and you may be surprised at just how attractive our vacations are. We specialise in laid back vacations, none of the mad rushing about all over the country, and tailored to your own desires. A holiday should be a time to recharge and to relax and my planning is done with this in mind. You cannot see everything in one visit. The secret is to know just what is worth seeing and what is best left for maybe another time. Tell me what ideas you have and then trust me to help you make the best choices. 




This castle pictured above, Dun Guaire, which is located on the shores of the bay and overlooking the harbour in Kinvara in county Galway. This is one of the most photographed castles in Ireland. It is not a large castle but the location is special and if you are travelling from the Cliffs of Moher on your way to Galway, or on your way from Galway city to the Cliffs, then you have to pass here. During the tourist season you can attend a medieval banquet here most nights of the week, but you would need to book in advance.





Susan and Cam sitting on a stone bench at the Spanish Arch in Galway city. You would have been entering the city when you passed through this archway. Galway is a great city to visit, my own town, and my own favourite Irish city. Every night is party night in Galway and if you are planning on having early nights then maybe you should consider skipping Galway. Well maybe you could try one night?





The market place in Galway where you can buy all of your fresh fruit and vegetables, homemade breads and cheeses, pastries and jams, fresh chickens and fresh free range eggs, and all kinds of everything. The church in the background is St Nicholas's church, once upon a time a Catholic church, but ravaged by Cromwell, and later taken over by the church of Ireland who still possess it today. This church is Galway's oldest building and it was here that Christopher Columbus attended a final mass with his crew before they set sail on their final leg of their journey to discover the New World. Make sure to visit here if you get to Galway.

Now i had better get back to answering more queries with regard to our wonderful country. Maybe you have a question or two?