The Looking Glass Inn
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... last entry, it is usually an hour before closing. If renting a car do your homework ahead of time to find a deal it can be expensive particularly for automatic vehicles, and understand what your options are for insurance coverage. Be aware that dinner is served later than we are used to. As we found in Skye the restaurants don't serve food until 6:00 or after and they may only take reservations once per table. If you are looking to experience ambiance and ...
... if you like, but if you want a good home cooked meal the local Pub is the place. I think of Pubs as the Italian version of an Osteria where oftentimes the owner and family are in the kitchen making the food...simple and delicious with complex flavors. This is not your typical American Pub guys! Black pudding is common in Ireland, and will certainly come with a traditional Irish Breakfast at your B&B. My philosophy is try a bite and if you don’t like it, ...
... and anything else we need to be dapper (fashonable), but no court shoes (heels) we’ll leave those at home. Yes, this is all English...I think we are in for a treat and a great English lesson:-) After a few ales this could really be fun!
For September in Ireland and UK we can expect the temperature to be about 55-65 degrees with light pockets of rain everyday, so having a brolly and mac with you is essential. The ...
... however this company gets great reviews and given the long drive we felt this was our best option.
Upon return to Edinburgh from our Highlands trip we will head south to York it is a two hour train ride. We will spend one day in York and then head to London by train for a two nights stay before we head home.
We booked Bed and Breakfast’s for all of our trip based on Trip Advisor reviews for the most part, and ...
... campground. 5) Do you know how many people could sleep in our RV? Technically 6, but really 4.....trick question ;-) It was a pretty quiet day for us; Newaygo state park is very remote and small. There is a lake near us, but we would need our own water vessel; no rentals anywhere close by. We started the day with a bike ride around the campgrounds and some of the park trails. In the afternoon we did a picnic lunch and then walked the 18 ...