Thursday, May 6, 2010
Discover Your Irish Roots – Your Partner Goes Free!
Irish Ancestral Holidays, Ireland’s ancestry holiday specialists, are offering a very special offer – book a holiday by the 19th of May and your partner goes free! . Each Irish Ancestral Holiday is an emotional adventure custom-made for you and your family history. Uncover your past; explore the beauty of your homeland and feel the emotions of realising your family legacy. It will be your very own ‘Who do you think you are?’ experience.
Included in each holiday is:
Your Irish family history researched by Ireland’s leading genealogists.
Bespoke itinerary, custom-designed to your family history.
Luxury accommodation and transport.
Expert local history guides.
Commemorative Family History Bible & Family tree.
Lots of free time for personal interests (e.g. sightseeing/golf/theatre) While walking in the footsteps of your forefathers discover breathtaking scenery; enjoy cultural delights; and relax in carefully selected luxurious accommodation. You will be shown a truly authentic Irish experience.
Irish Ancestral Holiday’s genealogists are among the best in Ireland; and were selected to research the hit series Who Do You Think You Are? in Australia, Ireland, UK and Canada. ‘We believe that visiting Ireland to discover your ancestral history is more than just a holiday; it is an experience that will stay with your family for generations to come.’ Typical prices begin at $10,700(€7,500).
Further information, please contact: http://www.irishancestralholidays.com
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