"Forgot one thing: Temple Bar Hotel is a great location and good rates right now - right in the middle of the action. Tell Annette I recommended her hotel. I always go early and stay over after a tour in Dublin and the Temple Bar is the best deal. If…"
"I love Ireland - Both the Republic and the North. Have been on 12 tours (I will not drive in Ireland) and have #13 group blocked for April 2011. I always stock up on Bewley's Tea (both Irish Breakfast and Afternoon tea) and Butler's Chocolate (best…"
"Unless the policy has changed it is my understanding that the hotels in San Juan are not allowed to have shuttles - give the business to the taxi drivers. I have put cruise clients in the Howard Johnson's in Old San Juan. Not fancy by any means, but…"
"I have been to St Vincent and the Grenadines several times with Windjammer Barefoot Cruises when they were still in business. I consider SVG one of the most beautiful and least "touristy" of the "real Caribbean". Just completed an online "Specialist…"
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