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We spent 3 weeks in Europe and our trip to Ireland was the best. All of the B&B were great. The only problem we had some times was finding the place but that was part of the adventure. We rented a GPS for the car and that was a life saver, I would highly recommend this to everyone. It was an extra 100 Euros but well worth the expense.
We ended up getting a suite at the Hotel in Dublin which was unexpected the room was huge, in comparison to the other small rooms we had in other parts of Europe. We really enjoyed this hotel.
We liked Kilarney the best, I would have stayed there the whole week. Galway is such a growing city, a bit busy like Dublin.
Rick VanGoethem, Wisconsin, USA