SSM Winter 2022-2023

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Traveling to Ireland with your family is an exciting way to explore your heritage together. Explore the beautiful Irish countryside, learn about traditional Irish culture and history, tour historic monuments and sleep in centuries-old castles. Venture to the areas where your ancestors lived to see the sites and landmarks linked to your family, a powerful way to connect to your heritage and to each other. Planning a trip with Old Sod Travel is the best way to make sure you have a memorable family vacation full of history and adventure. Our passion for the countries, culture and their incredible scenic beauty is matched only by our passion for helping our clients experience it for themselves. In earlier times, Irish Americans returning home referred to their birthplace as the Old Sod. Our trip planners are located in the US and Ireland, with extensive experience in the isles and can plan a truly custom trip for you and your family - Tom Casey, Founder, Old Sod Travel "Our family of four just returned from Ireland, and I want to tell you how wonderful our trip was. We enjoyed every day we spent there. Some favorites were Galway, Dublin, the Cliffs of Moher, Killary Fjord, the Ring of Kerry, Skellig Island, Cobh, and the Waterville Golf Links. Every hotel reservation, restaurant recommendation, and sight-seeing excursion that Tanya organized was excellent, going far beyond anything we expected. Thank you for planning a trip that gave us memories to last a lifetime." - LEIGH G "Kerryann was a real pleasure to work with! Her expert service enabled our family group of 6 to travel in comfort, cover a lot of ground, and see and do so much! Each person and place we were connected with from start to finish were amazing. Our drivers, walking tour guides, amazing accommodations and many activities were spot on, not to mention the golf!" - NANCY M Reconnect with Your Roots Reviews Ireland • England • Scotland 443.454.1332 6

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