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Rick Steves' Ireland 2010 with map ePub download

by Rick Steves,Pat O'Connor

  • Author: Rick Steves,Pat O'Connor
  • ISBN: 1598802909
  • ISBN13: 978-1598802900
  • ePub: 1850 kb | FB2: 1531 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Europe
  • Publisher: Rick Steves; Fol Pap/Ma edition (December 8, 2009)
  • Pages: 504
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 338
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Rick Steves' Ireland 2010 with map ePub download

Rick Steves travel guides, including Ireland 2012, are all alike and uniformly excellent. My wife and I have used his guides for all 12 of our Europe trips and the information is invaluable.

Rick Steves travel guides, including Ireland 2012, are all alike and uniformly excellent. We have stayed almost exclusively in places he describes (comfortable, but not luxurious) and have not been disappointed a single time

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By Rick Steves and Pat O'Connor. So much to see, so little time. Rick’s Best Three-Week Ireland Trip (by Car). Spend your first three nights in Dublin, using buses and taxis, then pick up a car for the rest of this itinerary. If you'd rather save Dublin for your finale, when you're rested and ready to tackle the big city, rent your car at the airport upon landing, and start your trip in small-town Trim (nearby), which makes a mellow first-night stop.

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You can count on Rick Steves to tell you what you really need to know when traveling in Ireland.With this guide, you can explore lively Dublin, quaint Kilkenny, and the moss-draped ruins of the Ring of Kerry. Navigate meandering back roads that lead to windswept crags on the dramatic Dingle Peninsula. Explore Ireland's revered past by following St. Patrick's footsteps to the Rock of Cashel. Marvel at Newgrange, the mysterious mound older than the pyramids; then connect with today's Irish culture by grabbing a pint at the local pub, enjoying the fiddle music, and jumping into conversations that buzz with brogue.Rick's candid, humorous advice will guide you to good-value hotels and restaurants. He'll help you plan where to go and what to see, depending on the length of your trip. You'll get up-to-date recommendations on what is worth your time and money. More than just reviews and directions, a Rick Steves guidebook is a tour guide in your pocket.
Winn
This really is THE guide to travel in Ireland. Covers everything from details on different areas, what not to, what you can skip with limited time, where and what to eat, what to expect, trends, the people and a great sample itinerary. Worth it!
Iraraeal
Going to Ireland for the first time this spring, so bought this for my wife as a Christmas gift...hoping it was worthy. She and I both agree it is. Rick Steves' insights are not available elsewhere...he knows what's up.
Anarahuginn
Could not have lived without Rick Steves on our trip. He saved us time and showed us places to go we would have never seen on our own. It was so wonderful we could tour without a tour guide. Instead of being jealous of all the groups getting detailed tours of what we were looking at, we were relieved to be able to do some self-guided tours. Rock of Cashel was awesome. That is the only one I recommend the guided tour, which is included in price anyway. He also had great tips for places to eat and places to avoid. We didn't do any organized pub crawls. We preferred doing our own. :) Like he says, it was important to read it through a couple of times and while I thought there was no way I was going to rip up the pages, that is just what I ended up doing. You won't want to walk around touring with a whole book so instead of leaving/forgetting it in the car, bring the page you need. He also has emergency #'s, international #'s, etc. Currency info. Saved us from bringing euros. The ATM in the airport was perfect. DO what he says! We didn't stay in recommended hotels, but adapted it to our lifestyle and it worked nicely. HAVE FUN!
Daron
I ended up using a 20 year old Frommers more than this. Don't need the preachy asides just get me to the ferry on time please! He did have good advice on general travel. The thing is he skipped some attractions and pushed others based on his personal preferences. The Frommers three star two star one star method of telling you what are the must sees versus might likes works better and is way more complete and balanced. Best advice for Americans going to the republic of Ireland - give yourself more time than in the USA to get places! What would take a couple hours here could take the same or triple depending on where you are going from and to. Going to Dublin - no worries there is an M spoke leading to the hub. Going from/to anywhere else in the republic? That N might take all day and your stupid GPS will try to send you down an R that is not more than a rut with hedges and walls on both sides and an irishman coming around a blind corner on two wheels! Rick Steves is right that bed and breakfasts are the way to go for accommodations. Although we also enjoyed the local private hotels he recommended. You don't need to depend only on his recommendations about which BnBs are out there. 35 euros /head will get you decent accommodations in a place like Connemara with full Irish and local color - just check online reviews. All of the reviews of the bed and breakfasts we stayed at were spot on. Trip Advisor works well for that. Call them direct so they don't have to pay fees. Rick is right - they mostly only take cash! But you really can't throw a rock over there without hitting one B&B and then getting another with the ricochet. His advice to not make it a race to see every highlight is really good advice. You could spend a whole week in Dublin and just scratch the surface. You could spend a month in Donegal and not run out of history or beauty. So in the end I would say buy this but use it in conjunction with Frommer's or someone else...but most of all GO TO IRELAND!
Ylal
I'm probably the only person who does not like Rick's style of reviewing a country. He's very informative with places HE feels you should go. Other places that you may have on your itinerary -- crickets. He doesn't even mention them.

My friend and I went to Western Ireland in May so I purchased this guide. To be fair, he did a nice job with Dingle, spot on in all aspects. But Ennis and Shannon not so much.

I won't be purchasing Rick's books again. I'll go back to Fodors.
TheSuspect
Rick Steves travel guides, including Ireland 2012, are all alike and uniformly excellent. My wife and I have used his guides for all 12 of our Europe trips and the information is invaluable. He describes and ranks all the best places to see and provides many practical and logistical suggestions. He recommends places to stay and eat, which makes it important that you have the most recent edition when you travel. We have stayed almost exclusively in places he describes (comfortable, but not luxurious) and have not been disappointed a single time. Rick Steves Ireland 2012 is highly recommended and at Amazon, the price is very reasonable.
LoboThommy
This book is absolutely invaluable. With tips on everything from how to pack (and yes, you really CAN travel without checking a bag), historical information, and how to get to sites that are well off the beaten path, we would have had a much harder time finding our way around when we decided to just rent a car and drive the coast. Thank you, Rick Steves. We will never travel out of the US without you.
Excellent resource! I've been to Ireland and am planning another trip there. This book covers everything that I saw and did on my first trip plus a bunch of stuff that I wish I had known then. It has info on avoiding crowds and getting off the beaten path as well as lots of practical tips on where to stay, eat, even park your car. Even if you're not planning a trip in the near future this book is a good read.
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