Ireland

christian robertson

transportation

like in a lot of places Ireland has cars not fancy cars but cars that get the job done. tiny cars are an example of a type of car in Ireland they have wide cars too. they have boats that sail the five seas. they have planes to go all over the world.

food?

  • Traditional Irish Stew.
  • Irish Soda Bread.
  • Corned Beef with Cabbage.
  • Champ. This is one of the most widely eaten potato dishes in Ireland.
  • Colcannon. This potato and cabbage dish is traditionally served on Halloween with a ring or lucky charm hidden in the center.
  • Barm Brack. ...
  • Irish Christmas Cake. ...
  • Dublin Coddle.
  • http://www.foodbycountry.com/Germany-to-Japan/Ireland.html
  • Places to go to in ireland

    For many people around the world, the Ring of Kerry drive encapsulates their image of Ireland: ancient monuments, romantic castles, spectacular gardens and colorful towns and villages. The stunning scenery, dramatic coastline, charming locales and ancient archaeological treasures have been featured in postcards, film, poetry and song.

    Here, the idealized view of Ireland as a land of rural greenery and natural beauty springs to reality. Tourists come to Kerry to experience this rare dip into a lifestyle foreign in pace, philosophy and spirit. Each twist and turn on a drive around the Ring of Kerry reveals new sights - windswept cliffs, breathtaking scenery, spectacular lakes, rich flora and fauna, green and yellow checkered hills and unspoilt beaches.

    There is evidence of the region's unique heritage and culture everywhere, in the place names, the standing stones and the many archaeological sites.http://www.irishcentral.com/culture/travel/irishcentrals-top-10-sites-in-ireland-41098302-237788301.html

    what is used as curency

    In the Republic of Ireland the currency used is the Euro and in Northern Ireland the currency used is the Pound Sterling. The banks in Northern Ireland all issue their own notes and with this you may come across different variations in the notes. All coins are the same, irrespective of the bank from which they come

    phrases

    Isn't it lovely weather we're having?" "Aw, sure look it.""Who all's there...http://www.irishcentral.com/culture/travel/35-irish-sayings-and-phrases-you-need-to-learn-before-you-visit-221197271-237785021.html.
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    contact info

    my company would be called Robertson inc.