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Tips for an Ireland Family Vacation

It’s always so nice to be considered an expert in a topic you are passionate about.

How to create a magical Ireland family vacation is that topic for me, so I was honored to be interviewed by Michelle Donaghue, a contributor at Well Traveled Kids. Michelle had found my site Ireland Family Vacations as she was planning her own multi-generational Ireland family vacation for 2016.

Interview with Jody Halsted, Ireland Family Vacations. Ireland travel expert.
Photos of my 2015 trip to Ireland; image courtesy of WellTraveledKids.com

Tips for a First Visit to Ireland

an interview with Jody Halsted, published at Well Traveled Kids

“Welcoming, overwhelming, magical, stunning land” – just a few of the ways Jody Halsted of Ireland Family Vacations describes Ireland. In planning my family’s 2016 Ireland vacation, I started following many online blogs and posts about the country.

Above all, Jody’s site really stood out. I had the pleasure of speaking with her about her passion for Ireland. Jody has family heritage in Ireland, but her love for the country came when she took a trip in 2002 by herself. She flew into Shannon Airport and headed south.

“The minute I landed, I felt like I came home,” she says. She has been back numerous times, now traveling with her family, her husband and their two girls, who are 9 and 11. She blogs about her travels on Ireland Family Vacations and is the only blogger solely dedicated to Ireland travel.

Click here to continue reading my interview at Well Traveled Kids to get tips on where to go the first time you visit Ireland, what type of lodging is best for large groups, and the best transportation options for an Ireland family vacation.

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  1. Ireland is indeed perfect for families that love to travel. There are so many places to see and things to do that families will surely enjoy. A friend of mine lives there with his wife and kids and they say that Ireland is such a wonderful place.

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