The Jameson whiskey distillery, in Midleton, Cork. This was (supposedly) the largest copper still in the world.
The Dingle Peninsula. Green fields, stone fences, narrow roads, and sheep.
Beautiful Galway. Great place to visit and have a pint (or three).
Donegal Castle, small as far as castles go, but quaint, just like the city it sits in the middle of.
The Giant's Causeway, in Northern Ireland. Incredible, but true. Note the bus in the back - it takes you down from the carpark, otherwise it's a 15 minutes walk.
Anne actually walks across the Rope Bridge. It's deep down there ...
The view from the Rope Bridge, in fact right along the Causeway Coast is like this. Note the water - crystal clear.
A common scene in Ireland - an abandoned derelict castle. So common are they that you become used to them. Part of this one on the Causeway Coast fell into the sea as the cliff it was built on collapsed.