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Left South Bend around 1pm after doing a load of washing at Cheryl's. Very kind of her. We had been round a bonfire last night so some clothes smelt of smoke of course. We had a lovely lovely time at theirs. Mainly relaxing and chatting and drinking and eating. We were made very welcome and would defo come again as they asked f we would. Travelled to Pentwater where we are stopping for one night at Days ...
... on the tube particularly at major stations, it can be stressful being herded like cattle and stuffed on a full hot train. If you are flying in or out of Heathrow look into hotels near the Piccadilly line or Paddington express line to make it easier to transport bags. For some of the major sights try to book tickets in advance to avoid lines in the high season and look into city passes to determine what is the best buy for you. Also look into what time ...
... 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:-)
... best to fly (considering time and cost) and in our case that is what we chose to do. In country flights like most of Europe are very reasonable. With our itinerary we will be flying out of Cork to Glascow, and then taking a train one hour east to Edinburgh. For whatever reason it was cheaper for us to fly into Glascow than Edinburgh from Cork. Flying out of Dublin was more economical overall however that would have required another 3 ...