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- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
As a foodie I have to say that if you believe that it's difficult to find good food in Ireland or UK it is a myth! Complete rubbish:-) Like anywhere else in Europe the food is great and in fact very diverse. I didn't do any special research to find restaurants it was all on the fly, and even in the smaller towns there was good food and many of my European favorites. It is true that there's lots of fish and chips (which we only ate once in two weeks) and hearty meals with ...
... 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 ...
... hassel for a flight that will take one hour or less. So that also impacted the itinerary that we set we ultimately decided on Dublin - 1 night, Kenmare - 2 nights, Kinsale - 2 nights, Edinburgh - 3 nights, Isle of Skye - 2 nights, York - 1 night, London - 2 nights.
From Dublin we had to decide if we would take a train, fly, or drive to our next destination Kenmare in County Kerry. The trains in Europe are usually my favorite way ...
Let's start today with some RV trivia! 1) Do you know what Chocks are? They are blocks you put in front or behind your wheels to make sure you don't accidentally roll away while parked. Um....thank goodness for those...I don't want to be rolling anywhere! 2) Do you know how many amps we get when we are hooked up to the electric at the campsite? Our rig, and most Class C's, are 30 amp. The class A's - those bus looking RV's usually take 50 ...