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Ireland's Call to the Soul With a Nissan Qashqai for Hidden Surprises

Rita Cook | Posted 07.01.2015 | Travel
Rita Cook

Whether you're a newbie to Ireland or going back for a second visit, the country is on most folks' top 10 list because it seems to call to some sort of the unconscious part of the soul. Indeed, it is the land of enchantment, perhaps a bit like Dorothy's Oz.

A Tale of Four Cities: Dublin

Maddy Lederman | Posted 06.15.2015 | Travel
Maddy Lederman

If you're as ignorant as I was, know The River Liffey winds through Dublin, and asking this question was the equivalent of going to Paris and wondering aloud: "What's this Eifel Tower everyone talks about?"

Scenes Of Celebration And Love After Ireland Votes Yes On Gay Marriage

The Huffington Post | Nick Robins-Early | Posted 05.26.2015 | World

Ireland held a historic referendum on same-sex marriage on Saturday, with a resounding majority of voters backing legalization. The result makes Irela...

Flying to Europe Just Got Easier

Conde Nast Traveler | Posted 05.19.2015 | Travel
Conde Nast Traveler

Seasonal routes that take a hiatus in the colder months resume this month and next: These nonstop flights will take you to Dublin, Edinburgh, and beyond.

The Job of Journalist Is Finished

Michael Rosenblum | Posted 05.28.2015 | Media
Michael Rosenblum

That's technology for you. We all like the idea of the driverless car. Except it is the end of the careers of truck drivers, taxi drivers, bus drivers and so on. So too with the smart phone.

8 Best Chain Hotels You've (Probably) Never Heard of -- But Will Love

Oyster | Posted 05.03.2015 | Travel
Oyster

Chain hotels often get a bad rap. Admittedly, some of them, with uninspired beige decor, industrial carpeting, and airline-quality breakfasts, have earned it. But they're not all that way.

Beyond Guinness in Dublin, Part Two: A Bit of Irish History and a Little Something to Eat

Edward Schneider | Posted 01.24.2015 | Travel
Edward Schneider

It became clear that we'd need to add another focus: history. Not to have done so would have been like going to Philadelphia and missing the Liberty Bell.

Worthy of the Commander-in-Chief: A Dozen Hotels Where U.S. Presidents Have Stayed

Oyster | Posted 01.06.2015 | Travel
Oyster

While leading the country is one of the harder jobs you can have, it does come with a few perks. We imagine the extensive traveling is exhausting, but at least it gives presidents the chance to see some amazing places and stay in some of the world's most luxurious hotels: Four-poster beds, dining rooms, and spacious bathrooms are always on the checklist.

9 Reasons You Should Bring Your Toddler to Ireland

David DiGregorio | Posted 12.27.2014 | Travel
David DiGregorio

Although traveling with a toddler is totally doable, not all destinations are created equal. Here are 9 reasons why Ireland is one of our favorites.

Top 10 Spooky Places to See in Ireland This October

Vic O'Sullivan | Posted 12.03.2014 | Travel
Vic O'Sullivan

Count Dracula may stalk the Transylvanian countryside; but his origins are much closer to Bram Stoker's homeland of Ireland. As a frail child, Bram's mother whetted his appetite for the blood thirsty character by fuelling the author's imagination with supernatural tales.

Beyond Guinness in Dublin, Part One: The Arts

Edward Schneider | Posted 12.03.2014 | Travel
Edward Schneider

We arranged most of our time in Dublin with the arts and history in mind, and in those areas the place shines, as it does in urban beauty, walkability and general pleasantness -- thanks in no small part to its populace, who live up to their reputation for easy friendliness.

On Location With Leonie Prendergast -- 'Jimi: All is By My Side'

Duane Wells | Posted 11.29.2014 | Travel
Duane Wells

Jimi: All is By My Side offers a snapshot of the singer's journey from Harlem to the heights of fame on the other side of the pond. Interestingly, however, the film was shot in Dublin, which acts as a stand-in for the swinging 60's in London -- a fact that thrilled the film's Dublin-based Costume Designer Leonie Prendergast.

Ireland's Spirits and Spirits in the 2014 Ford Fusion Energi

Rita Cook | Posted 11.14.2014 | Travel
Rita Cook

Russell Dandridge also contributed to this article Photos by Russell Dandridge Interested in a trip to the Emerald Island? The best way to do it is ...

No, Anchovies Are Not Always Salt-Cured

Edward Schneider | Posted 08.27.2014 | Taste
Edward Schneider

The bright, sour fillets upended my expectations of both flavor and texture.

Souls of Wisdom

Neil Seligman | Posted 10.24.2014 | Business
Neil Seligman

It was the end of a fourth day of packed programming at the Marriott Marquis in San Francisco where a series of talks, workshops and classes had left me exhausted but deeply inspired by this gathering of conscious business enthusiasts.

Once Tour at Pantages: The Dreamer, The Muse, The Music

Charles Karel Bouley | Posted 09.20.2014 | Los Angeles
Charles Karel Bouley

Perhaps Once will remind Broadway producers that you don't have to spend $400 million on a production to bring in audiences and win acclaim.

A Symbolic Victory For People Power In Ireland

Ruairí McKiernan | Posted 08.13.2014 | World
Ruairí McKiernan

After 19 nights of sleeping on the floor of the Paris Bakery in Dublin, a group of mostly young migrant workers succeeded in forcing political action that will help them recoup unpaid wages and make history in the process.

6 Budget European Hotels

Oyster | Posted 08.12.2014 | Travel
Oyster

The Euro and the pound are a tough pill to swallow for American and Canadian vacationers, but Europe isn't all sky-high prices. We promise there are actually excellent deals to be found across the pond, especially when you plan your escape to miss peak season.

The 12 Most Luxurious Hotels In Europe

Oyster | Posted 08.06.2014 | Travel
Oyster

Now, you may not own a tiara, but that doesn't mean you can't at least dream of laying your head to rest at one of these penultimate establishments.

A 'Wilde' Vacation -- Gay History for Gay Travelers

Scott De Buitléir | Posted 08.06.2014 | Gay Voices
Scott De Buitléir

If such a company is about to reveal the layers of gay history behind many cities in Europe -- and hopefully across North America too -- then the gay travel industry may have an interesting new addition.

16 Places In Dublin That Aren't Pubs

The Huffington Post | Suzy Strutner | Posted 05.30.2014 | Travel

"Good puzzle would be cross Dublin without passing a pub." What started as James Joyce's casual musing in Ulysses became a real-life challenge for ...

Put Your Camera Down

Michelle Chahine | Posted 06.30.2014 | Travel
Michelle Chahine

I took 13 photographs in less than a minute and a half. I sadly don't remember much of what happened, since I was too busy looking at my iPhone. The worth of a scene was how many people on the Internet (that I didn't know) 'liked' or shared my photo.

Astoria Characters: The Woman With a Third Eye

Nancy Ruhling | Posted 06.29.2014 | New York
Nancy Ruhling

Manuela Rana never had dreams of the American dream, but when she found the man of her dreams, she didn't hesitate to cross the Atlantic to be with him.

5 Most Family-Friendly Cities In Europe

Budget Travel | Posted 06.14.2014 | Travel
Budget Travel

If your motto is "Have family, will travel," you'll be glad to know that Europe is within your reach.

Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way: Heading West On Adventure

Charles Karel Bouley | Posted 05.23.2014 | Travel
Charles Karel Bouley

This is Part II of III chronicling a trip to Ireland for 12 remote radio shows and a media trip surrounding St. Patrick's Day by the Karel Cast, Karel...