A Victory Inn & Suites
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... to be sure it will fit your itinerary. Be aware many of them want to be paid in cash so you may want to plan ahead to avoid fees at the ATM. For train tickets between major cities purchase tickets in advance if possible to get better deals and travel during slow times if possible. For regional trains and buses it helps to do your homework ahead of time to determine if a day pass or family pass will be the best option. If staying in London be mindful of rush ...
... can say you tried it. We tried the black pudding a few times at different places, everyone has their own home recipe and we found a few we liked believe it or not. Ireland has the best bread, traditional brown bread is served at breakfast, homemade and it is so good! As I mentioned in my prior blog entry we did splurge in Kinsale, the foodie hub of Ireland, and had an excellent meal at Finn’s Table. I’m glad we did this in Ireland where our dollar goes ...
... we are there so that we can pack lighter. I say lighter because we are still American come on now! Honestly it is pretty easy to find a laundry (launderette) in most towns and for a little higher rate they will wash, dry, fold and deliver your clothes back to your hotel/B&B in one day. Something to think about before you pack all that stuff you will never wear:-)
... Airbnb in London as it was the most economical option. In London I wanted to be central but also wanted to be somewhat close to the tube that will take us to Heathrow to fly out so we ended up with a rental in Hammersmith area. It will be nice to be in a quiet neighborhood as well.
I’m looking forward to leaving this week and seeing how all of this planning turns out, the adventure is always the most fun!
... s a three prong plug as opposed to your two prong plugs at home those are 15 or 20 amps. 3) Do you know what Black Water is? It's gross, but that's the water from the toilet...you dump that first, then the gray water from the sinks...helps to keep your sewer lines less...ahhhh....messy 4) Do you know where the generator gets its fuel from? The car gas! Quite nifty. But you only need the generator when your "dry camping" and not hooked up ...