Cocoa Cottage Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... timed Katy and Glenn this morning whilst at Andrews. Stopped off at a farmshop cafe shop where we had some home made soup which was lovely. Spoke to a lady who made jams in different flavours and I bought a strawberry, rhubarb and ginger. Also had a latte and a free water. Followed instructions to Pentwater but stopped again on way at a rest area as Geoff was in need of a sleep. Then carried on and arrive at ...
To summarize a few travel tips we learned from our experience in Ireland and UK: The weather can be cold, we visited in September and it was colder than we expected. Pack layers, I brought some heavy sweaters but I wish I would have packed my lightweight parka. I also had gloves and ear warmers which were helpful for our boat trip to Michael Skellig and for walking at night. Definitely bring a rain jacket and an umbrella, it will rain. Trench coats are popular ...
As a foodie I have to say that if you believe that it's difficult to find good food in Ireland or UK it is a myth! Complete rubbish:-) Like anywhere else in Europe the food is great and in fact very diverse. I didn't do any special research to find restaurants it was all on the fly, and even in the smaller towns there was good food and many of my European favorites. It is true that there's lots of fish and chips (which we only ate once in two weeks) and hearty meals with ...
Well, whatever you want to call it we are packed and ready for our Ireland / UK trip! Its hard to believe with all the beautiful weather we’ve had this week here in West Michigan that we are packing jumpers (sweaters) and wellies (boots) for our vacation. All our warm clobber (clothes) are packed in our rucksacks (backpacks) including our macs (rain jackets), trousers (pants), jim-jams (pajamas), knickers (underpants), and ...
... road we felt more comfortable paying the extra money to get an automatic even though we both can drive a manual shift. Keep in mind the shift will be same pattern but on the left side:-) Insurance is also very pricey and even with basic insurance you are still accountable for a deductible. In order to decline insurance you will pay a large deposit or have to show proof of coverage. Most credit cards will not cover car rental insurance ...