Well I have put together two pages for you to delight in.This page has many Gaelic love poems translated to English and some more modern love poems. For 29 years, we have been designing and operating the finest Ireland tours for all groups, interests and budgets.Today, we continue to sell our own tours exclusively; no repackaging or reselling.One of Ireland's most attractive buildings bejewels a lakeside setting that's equally picturesque.Home to the Sisters of the Benedictine Order, the Abbey is also known for its impressive walled gardens.
In a small group of just 12 people, get the closest possible look at the real Ireland. The Celtic Explorer Tour takes you to Ireland's best-loved tourist destinations and beyond, into the real Ireland loved by the locals. With a small group of only eight guests, the Ancient Ireland Tour places the focus on you.Ireland's vibrant capital is the gateway to almost every Ireland tour.But Dublin is more than a stepping stone to Ireland's regions and your tour will give you time to explore the city for yourself.I have also put together a collection of Irish Wedding Poems, suitable for the special occasion. At the library in Dublin, I stumbled across a wonderful collection edited by Sean Lucy called Love poems of the Irish.Although this 1967 book is now out of print, it contains many an Irish love poem translated with craft by some of the foremost Irish scholars such as the first president of Ireland, Douglas Hyde (one of the founders of the Gaelic league) and the writer, Frank O Connor.Ireland's longest circular route covers some staggeringly beautiful scenery, including lakes, beaches, glens, castle ruins, off-shore islands, mountains and, of course, the Atlantic Ocean to the west.Ireland has more than its fair share of outstanding archeological sites, but the Rock of Cashel is arguably the most impressive.That's more time and more attention for you, your interests and your questions.This is a luxury tour in every sense, and you will be staying in some of Ireland's top hotels including 2 nights in a real Irish castle.Thanks be to Jesus We did what was right, And your maidenhead still Is your pillar of light.The priests and the friars Approach me in dread Because I still love you My love and you dead, And would still be your shelter From rain and from storm And with you in the cold grave I cannot sleep warm.