Holiday Inn Muskegon
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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 ...
... further, the pound is just too expensive. The meal from start to finish was excellent including the wine, you have to do this at least once on vacation:-) Honestly I enjoyed the food and we never had a bad meal, they have perfected even the hearty meals with excellent ingredients and flavors. The experience you have in regards to meals is completely up to you. I don’t usually take this many photos of my food but I think this is a good documentation of our ...
... 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:-)
... driver. We were able to get a reasonable rate using a member discount rate at Enterprise Rental Car through my employer. Renting a car was a big task but we plan to drive the Ring of Kerry, neighboring Beara Ring, and then to Kinsale / Cork so this option allows us to set our own schedule.
To travel between the two islands you can take a ferry or you can fly. In my research on several travel forums the locals suggest that ...
... 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 ...