Get A Clue: Murder Mystery Weekends Lets Travelers Take on Detective Identity on Emerald Isle

Airfare, Room, Most Meals, Sightseeing, “Gardai” Post & More for Under $600!
LYNBROOK, N.Y. (October 28, 2003) – Whodunit? Just when guests think they are enjoying the sights and sounds of Ireland, a murder rocks the Emerald Isle! This January, unveils “Murder Mystery” weekends sure to make Ireland devotees first-grade detectives. Travelers will be able to experience a “Murder Mystery” escorted motorcoach adventure for only $599 per person, double occupancy, inclusive of airfare, accommodations, clues needed to solve the mystery and more!* This Irish bone chiller starts with a visit to the world famous Cliffs of Moher en route to County Mayo where the thriller begins. Guests become members of the “Gardai” (Irish police force) and play the role of Inspector O’Clouseau, using clues to unfold the two-day mystery adventure. Guests will enjoy touring the west of Ireland, a welcome reception and dinner on night one and a “Murder Mystery” conclusion dinner on night two (character costumes are welcome!). Prizes are awarded to the most-clever Sherlocks. After sleuths crack the case they’re off to Dublin, Ireland’s cosmopolitan capital, for two nights to unwind from the “whodunit?” escapade.

“Murder Mystery” weekends feature:

* Roundtrip airfare arriving at Shannon Airport and departing from Dublin Airport
* Two nights in Mayo (Westport Woods Hotel)
* Two nights in Dublin (Camden Court Hotel)
* Full Irish breakfast daily
* Three dinners
* Services of private motorcoach with professional Irish driver/guide
* Sightseeing as included in the itinerary
* Portage of one suitcase per person
* All tips, hotel taxes and service charges

Just when travelers think the adventure is over, it’s off to Dublin to be rewarded for cracking the case and enjoy some of Ireland’s finest restaurants, shopping and sightseeing. Travelers will experience how to pour the perfect pint at the Guinness Brewery in the Guinness Storehouse and the various sites that this capital city has to offer. They can visit the charming Georgian Square District and the lively Temple Bar area featuring the greatest concentration of pubs, restaurants, cafes & nightclubs in the country.

The Murder Mystery Weekend starts at $599 per person, double occupancy and guests may chose from one of three themed weekends, “Doctor in Trouble,” “Guys ‘N’ Molls” and “The Westport Hill” departing on January 8, 22 and 29 respectively. Pricing is valid from New York, Boston and Baltimore, add $90 Chicago and $200 Los Angeles departures. Additional cities are available and priced accordingly.

For more information or to reserve a spot on the “Murder Mystery” weekend please visit or call 800.896.4600.

Background on In 1994 The Irish Times was the first newspaper in Britain and Ireland, and among the first 30 in the world, to publish on the World Wide Web. Since its commencement, the range of services and content accessible through the site persisted to grow, and in March 1999, the site was re-launched as provides a large range of Internet-based products aimed at those interested in Ireland and all things Irish such as the top stories from The Irish Times and headlines on Breaking News plus micro-sites including jobs, property, motors and weather. Over 17 million page impressions or Web page hits were recorded on earlier this year. That number is expected to increase significantly with the launch of’s extensive travel line.

*Subject to availability. Departure taxes are not included (approximately $70 per person).

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