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Ireland/England--Advice Please!


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Have traveled to the UK twice, but more than thirty years ago, & I had my family with me. Traveled over much of England, Wales, & Scotland; but, on neither occasion did I have the sense to take the ferry across to Ireland.

 

I would like to spend some time chilling out in a traditional English or Irish village, with mongering not being a priority. I just want to try to enjoy the rural, rustic scenery, enjoy the atmosphere, & enjoy interacting with the village folk if this be possible.

 

Trouble is, I have spent a great deal of time in SE Asia & am spoiled by the cost of living there! I read a year or so ago that the pubs & hotels in Ireland have reduced their prices to where they are only twice as high as other countries.

 

I would not be on a tight budget, but I don't think think I could abide insane prices. I am averse to renting a vehicle.

 

So, what region (Gallway, Limerick, Cornwall, Cotswolds, etc) would you Micks & Brits suggest I visit as a solo traveler to live out my lame fantasy? MANY THANX!

CHEERS!

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I think Galway will be the best place for you , very good night life there . Nice people too . Forget about Waterford ( my city) , the place is dead , lots of pubs closed down .

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I think Galway will be the best place for you , very good night life there . Nice people too .

OP Posting:

 

I am not only grateful but very glad for your reply. Pretty much just what I wanted to hear!

 

Flying from the US, what international airport should I use for best access to Galway? MANY THANX!

 

CHEERS!

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OP Posting:

 

I am not only grateful but very glad for your reply. Pretty much just what I wanted to hear!

 

Flying from the US, what international airport should I use for best access to Galway? MANY THANX!

CHEERS!

Shannon Airport (near Limerick) would be your port of call , an hour to Galway . Or Dublin Airport ( three hours on motorway to Galway) . Dublin is very interesting place to visit too.

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hope you can drive on the 'other side of the road' also the gear stick is rather common in the UK and Ireland.....j

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Few days in Dublin then over to the West as always Jocky king suggested

 

A hired car is  a must in my opinion driving takes about 2 days to get used to !!

 

Done a trip once bed and breakfast UK -->  Scotland over to-->  Ireland fantastic stayed in bed & breakfast

 

Tended to go to the legend type places  Glastonbury /Stonehenge then up to the isle of Mull  over to Iona back across to Findhorn

 

would still think about £40 - £50 per night decent B&B  pint in pub £2 - £3 maybe a touch more in the south(Euro) £10 + per person decent restaurant meal £4-6 takeaway or snack thing.

 

Always dreamed of getting a Shannon Boat for a few days slow travel  through the small towns  as far as I know still no license required but you would need to check on the web!!

 

Which is not driving hehe sailing

 

Hard in the South of Ireland without transport so you would need to plan carefully if you really want to  avoid driving but remember the roads are not so busy just need to watch for cows etc turning up in unexpected places

 

If you consider the north and south there are great train services and are prepared to bus travel a bit no problem prices and destinations all on the web just needs a bit of research

 

 

Lot to see a really nice chill

 

 

Love the sight of the fish swimming up that River Corrib in Galway middle in the town used to see the Salmon but its been a while so not sure now great pubs as well

 

No answers just a few thoughts here planning is part of the fun sometimes the road is the destination 

 

best of luck have fun

 

regards

mrjd

 

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Few days in Dublin then over to the West as always Jocky king suggested

 

A hired car is  a must in my opinion driving takes about 2 days to get used to !!

 

Done a trip once bed and breakfast UK -->  Scotland over to-->  Ireland fantastic stayed in bed & breakfast

 

Tended to go to the legend type places  Glastonbury /Stonehenge then up to the isle of Mull  over to Iona back across to Findhorn

 

would still think about £40 - £50 per night decent B&B  pint in pub £2 - £3 maybe a touch more in the south(Euro) £10 + per person decent restaurant meal £4-6 takeaway or snack thing.

 

Always dreamed of getting a Shannon Boat for a few days slow travel  through the small towns  as far as I know still no license required but you would need to check on the web!!

 

Which is not driving hehe sailing

 

Hard in the South of Ireland without transport so you would need to plan carefully if you really want to  avoid driving but remember the roads are not so busy just need to watch for cows etc turning up in unexpected places

 

If you consider the north and south there are great train services and are prepared to bus travel a bit no problem prices and destinations all on the web just needs a bit of research

 

 

Lot to see a really nice chill

 

 

Love the sight of the fish swimming up that River Corrib in Galway middle in the town used to see the Salmon but its been a while so not sure now great pubs as well

 

No answers just a few thoughts here planning is part of the fun sometimes the road is the destination 

 

best of luck have fun

 

regards

mrjd

Great post ..

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Check out groupon for some great deals on hotels and also restaurants. Pack wellies and a good coat as Galway is wetter and colder than a cows tit at this time of year.

 

 

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A peaceful life is not a lame fantasy. Some of the villages around Sussex and Surrey are picturesque, ponds and local pubs etc. Not far from the south coast Brighton,Eastbourne,Littlehampton(not all great places themselves but they are by the sea and some of the villages that approach them are picture postcard).

 

Just type B&B (bed and breakfast) and an area (into google and it should throw up all sorts of accommodation at all budgets. Transport..particularly trains can be expensive in England but that can be got round by booking in advance or using coaches and buses.

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It can be fun in Ireland just to hire a car and pull into a one horse town, see if you like the ambience and there's bound to be a B&B close by. I know you said you're adverse to renting a car but public transport outside of the cities sucks so if you're looking for that village experience then you're gona need transport and taxi's are rotten expensive. Stay out of Dublin for drinking/hotels as it is a ripoff but lots of good daytime things to do, Galway would be the pick of the other cities. Good job you're not coming for the mongering as that's the reason why we go to Thailand, nothing much happening unless you're into taking a chance of an escorts website(google escorts Ireland) and they'll mostly be non Irish too. Stay reasonably sober in a nightclub any weekend night and take your pick of Irish gals who've had far too much to drink if you want a local. 

 

It is starting to get a bit cold and it can rain here quite a bit but nothing a nice pub with a good fire wouldn't sort out. I live in the midlands so Mullingar, Longford and Tullamore and all within easy driving distance of each other and have plenty of nooks and crannies well worth exploring and all have trains from Dublin. All trains pretty much go to or come from Dublin either Connolly or Hueston station, they're a hell of a walk apart so make sure you know which one you're leaving from.

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and if you feel lonely,

escortireland 

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A good site , the prices had gone downhill but that will be the end of rock bottom, Ireland economy is on the way up.

 

http://www.google.ie/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&ved=0CAwQFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.escort-ireland.com%2F&ei=57IdVOyIEKTN7QawpoG4DA&usg=AFQjCNFQJSUDumcF9DlZHpU4nvq6R7lLAA&sig2=DouF6R0R9NMZPyL71IDmNA

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A good site , the prices had gone downhill but that will be the end of rock bottom, Ireland economy is on the way up.

 

Not till after the next election jocky  

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Fly into Dublin, great city, lots to see and the people are like no other..Then hire a car and drive west to Galway, you must have a car in Eire forget public transport unless your only 18...

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