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Lodging. B&B's are
numerous in Ireland, but we favored guest houses when we made our
lodging plans. Looking back, our favorites were Davitt's guest house in Kenmare and the Buttermilk Lodge in Clifden.
Food. We found lots of choices for food and we had indian, chinese, Irish contemporary and pub-grub. Our favorite meals were at Punjab Balti in Dublin, Davitt's restaurant in Kenmare, Laken House in Kilkenney and the Porterhouse in Dublin.
Connnectivity. Mobile phone signal is strong all over the island -- four bars everywhere. Internet access can be found in post offices, coffee shops and other businesses. Wireless internet is a little difficult to find, but we found it at the video store in Clifden, a coffee shop in Galway and a computer store in Kenmare. Price was around four euro / hour.
Prices. Food and fuel are pretty expensive in Ireland right -- and the
USD to Euro exchange rate doesn't help. Renting a car is also very
expensive, which must be due to the dangerous roads.
And finally here are links to the previous posts in this series:
And that's it for the vacation. Now, back to your regularly scheduled programming.
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