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

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Irish vacation begins for the Vaillancourt family

 My latest tour began in the early hours this morning at Shannon airport, when the Vaillancourt family arrived on their flight from Boston in the USA. Here they all are, pictured happily together outside the airport. From the left we have, Traci, Bill, Deborah, Allison, and Brian, Allison's boyfriend.After leaving Shannon, we made our way to the city of Galway and to the Harbour Hotel, right in the center of the town. Many of you who have traveled with me, will remember this lovely hotel, and appreciate its great location, right in the heart of this historic city. We were greeted by Dan and Ava at reception, who kindly made sure that rooms would be available for my tired guests within a very short period of time. Thank you Dan and Ava, and i know that my guests very much appreciated your warm Irish welcome.
Before retiring however, they relaxed in the dining room, where they enjoyed a snack,before heading off for a much needed rest.
This was my first get together with this lovely friendly family, and i look forward to the rest of our tour together. I will be taking them through much of our wonderful west and south west of Ireland. This is where i was born and reared, and which, for me,is the most beautiful, and natural part of our lovely country. It was in these regions that our tragic famine wreaked its most severe and cruel punishment, and from where vast numbers of our population fled to many countries worldwide, but mainly to the USA.Those who stayed behind in these areas, and fought to survive, are the heart and soul of Ireland, and their friendliness, and warm welcome, surprises and delights so many of our visitors.
Come along with us as we make our way through this area, much of which is now known as the Wild Atlantic way.
Cead mile failte, a hundred thousand welcomes.