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June 7th

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June 7th

In looking over our itinerary I noticed that June 7th is a "Spring Holiday". Does that mean it is also a bank holiday? If so, what can I expect in the way of things being opened or closed? We were looking at possibly going to the Aran Islands that day. Will ferries run as scheduled?

Any "heads up" you can offer would be great.

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1. Re: June 7th

hi http://www.obrienline.com/

thats from doolin ,

Call Liam:

"If you have any questions about our services don't hesitate to contact me. I am glad to help in any way I can. My number is 00 353 87 9581465 when calling from outside Ireland, and 087 9581465 when calling within Ireland from Irish phone lines.

check http://www.aranislandferries.com/ for galway

You can also email me at info@doolinferry.com

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2. Re: June 7th

Yep, its a bank holiday too.

All tourist facilities should be running as normal, bars, restaurants amenities etc.

Some bus companies will run on a Sunday schedule. Getting to the Aran islands should be fine just check timetables in advance


or try these


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3. Re: June 7th

Thank you clareirishman and MikeMulcahy for the information. The links were very helpful.

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