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We are excited to have you join us in Killarney and Dublin, Ireland for an experience of a lifetime with General Plumbing Supply.
Travel Dates: June 1-7, 2020
• Three nights hotel accommodations at The Hotel Europe in Killarney and 2 nights hotel accommodations at the Westin Dublin Hotel (based on double occupancy).
• Plus one night traveling en route to Ireland.
• Roundtrip airfare to Shannon and returning from Dublin on nonstop flights.
• Roundtrip airport and hotel transfers from airport.
• Full buffet breakfast daily at both hotels (5 in all).
• Welcome lunch at a local Irish restaurant in Killarney.
• Welcome dinner at the Europe Hotel.
• Afternoon/Evening shuttles on days 2 and 3 to and from the nearby village of Killarney, exclusively for GPS guests.
• Private train from Killarney to Dublin on day 4, exclusively for GPS guests.
• Farewell evening at the famous Guinness Storehouse including entertainment.
• Hospitality desk staffed by APG and local trip directors to assist you with any tours, reservations, directions or information that will help make your trip an unforgettable experience.
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Promotion Period: April 1, 2019 - March 31, 2020
The Europe Hotel & Resort: Luxury 5-Star Hotel
June 2-5, 2020
The Europe Hotel & Resort’s five stars were won by setting standards, not simply by meeting them. The Europe Hotel & Resort is one of the leading luxury hotels, not just in Killarney, but also in Ireland. Personality, individuality and superb levels of comfort give even the most seasoned traveler a new level of hospitality.
Hospitality is something that comes naturally to the Europe Hotel & Resort, where the warmth of the welcome is complemented by the rugged beauty of the views across Lough Lein. Guests can relax and unwind by enjoying a wide range of wonderful leisure activities on the extensive grounds.
The ESPA at The Europe truly creates a place of peace, calm and tranquility – A unique experience you will always remember. ESPA products are created with natural ingredients and treatments are designed to provide a genuinely holistic and restorative experience.
The Westin Dublin: 5-Star Hotel in Dublin
June 5-7, 2020
The iconic building of The Westin Dublin is a distinguished statement on Westmoreland Street, in Dublin city centre. It is recognizable by its façade & clock tower overlooking the famous Spire on one side and the pristine College Street entrance to the Banking Hall, overlooking Trinity College on the other side.
This historic landmark dates back to the 1800s and has had a number of past lives, from the home of the Royal Irish Institution, celebrating Irish Art & Culture in 1813 to robe suppliers for Trinity College students in 1847 and the flagship branch of the Provincial Bank of Ireland in the late 1800s.
Discover an array of charming and comfortable places to dine and unwind, with three delightful eateries at The Westin Dublin. Morelands Grill Steakhouse, showcasing quality Irish produce, The Atrium Lounge, serving Signature Afternoon Tea under a magnificent glass-roofed atrium, and The Mint Bar, perfect for pre-dinner cocktails or late-night drinks.
From Europe’s largest green space to the longest defined coastal touring route in the world, Ireland is a country brimming with fun and fascinating ways to spend your days. Discover just the right mountain to climb, painting to pore over, sports team to cheer on, or whatever else takes your fancy.
People have been escaping to Killarney – in the ancient Kingdom of Kerry – for over 250 years.
They come for the legendary beauty: the lakes, waterfalls, mountain peaks and heart stopping views. And they come for the craic agus ceol: the good times and the banter, the pubs, live music, and easy Irish charm.
“Beauty’s home, Killarney” (as the song goes) is in Ireland’s first great National Park, where Na Crucha Dubha - the country’s highest mountains - ring three gorgeous glacial lakes. Ireland’s only herd of native red deer roam wild here in ancient woods of oak and yew. Rare white-tailed sea eagles drift overhead.
Dublin, and indeed Ireland, have come a long way in 100 years. Our music, art and literature have traveled the world and made an impact on millions of hearts and minds. Today, the city is a multi-cultural, creative hub and in 2010 Dublin was even designated as a UNESCO City of Literature in recognition of its cultural profile and international standing as a city of literary excellence.
The world famous Temple Bar area of Dublin is also known as the Cultural Quarter. Teeming with bars, restaurants, music venues, hip boutiques and second hand shops, Temple Bar is a highlight of any visit to Dublin.
Regular markets, street theater and buskers make this the most exciting part of this vibrant city. Wander through cobbled streets to discover something new around each corner, sip a drink in one of the fine establishments and enjoy the bustle of locals and tourists that make up Dublin’s unique atmosphere.
Killarney is located in the heart of County Kerry, the Kingdom County. The origins of the name have been lost, but that doesn’t matter – Kerry feels like a Kingdom. Soaring mountain ranges, desolately beautiful valleys, crystal lakes and a spectacularly rugged coastline alternatively lashed and lapped by the Atlantic Ocean. Kerry has it all. These are the top 3 things to do and see in Killarney.
Killarney National Park and the Gap of Dunloe.
The Ring of Kerry.
Climb Ireland’s Highest Mountain - the Carrauntoohil Mountain.
If the ‘luck of the Irish’ is on your side and you find yourself in the infamous city of Dublin, where there will be countless things for you to do and see while you’re there. Not only is Dublin deeply rooted in their incredible history, culture and – well, booze – the people of Dublin are all such characters, as well. Whether they are sharing long-winded stories, singing local songs or telling the odd joke here and there to make you laugh, the locals never fail to put a smile on your face. These are the top 3 things to do and see in Dublin.
Visit the Trinity College and the Book of Kells.
St. Patrick's Cathedral and the Dublin Castle.
Visit the Temple Bar and walk over the Ha’penny Bridge.