|Limerick. Take morning drive through Lord Ardilaun's beautiful estate to Muckross Abbey, and proceed by afternoon train to Limerick, where the chief attractions are Castle Connell and Lough Derg.
|Galway. Leave Limerick by rail for Galway, where a short stop can be made, proceeding by later train to Clifden.
|Leenane. Leave Clifden by car via Pass and Lake of Kylemore, passing Kylemore Castle, the Irish resident of the Duke of Manchester, for the Defile of Killary, where is located the famed Leenane Hotel, in the Heart of Connemara.
|Make excursion to Delphi, and on Killary Fjord
|Visit Cong Abbey, and loughs Nafovey and Corrib
|Leave by car for Westport, thence by rail for Mallaranny
|At Dugort, on the wonderful Island of Achill, "the most primitive part of Ireland"
|Sligo, chief town of County Sligo, and capital of one of the most interesting districts in all Ireland
|Make excursion to Lough Gill, and to Glencar Waterfall
|To Londonderry by rail.
|Visit the Giant's Causeway, country Antrim, via rail to Portrush and thence by tram-car.
|Leave Giant's Causeway by car via Carrick-a-Rede, celebreated for its Swinging Rope Bridge, for Cushendall
|To Belfast. Continue from Cushendall by car via Glenarm, to Larne; thence by rail to Belfast.
|To Dublin. Leave Belfast by rail for Drogheda, and there take coasch to th e scene of the Battle of the Boyne, Mellifont Abbey, and that center of all that was heroic and romantic in Ireland's early history, "The Hill of Tara". Proceed by afternoon train to Dublin.
|Leave Dublin by rail for Ovoca, or Wooden Bridge, thence by car for a twenty-one-mile drive through the Vale of Ovoca, passing Shelton Abbey, Lion's Arch, "Meeting of the Waters" and Moore's Cottage. Return by rail to Dublin
|Leave Dublin by steamer for Great Britain.