Comfort Inn Muskegon
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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 ...
... 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, ...
... pretty moderate for most of the year, Ireland averages a temp of 50 degrees with winters sticking around 40 degrees. England is much of the same average temp is 60 degrees, summers reach near 70 and winters stay about 40. Scotland further north into the Highlands can see winter temps near freezing.
Since we will be traveling for two weeks and moving around a lot, we are packing about a weeks worth of clothes and will have our laundry ...
... 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 ...