Dear Lazy Web,
We're heading to Ireland for a week+ vacation in March. Any must-do ideas? I mean besides testing Jon Udell's theory on Guinness. Actually, I've been to Dublin before, I can vouch for his theory already.
Here's the general plan. Fly into Shannon. Leave from Dublin. Presumably travel along the coast (southern). Though there is already some interest in going north from Shannon for the first day or two.
This particular trip we're making with two of our friends from college days, and without the kids. We've travelled with these particular friends several times over the decades. They travel more than we do, and have volunteered to get an itinerary together, along with handling reservations at B+B's and what-not, as they have for other trips we've made with them. Which is great for me. Well, easy. They've done an outstanding job of finding places for us to stay over the years. Except for "Barnacle Bill's" in Topsail Beach. We shall not speak of that.
But that means I don't have a lot of pressure to do any research. Really, no pressure at all. And to cut down on even that small amount of research that I should do, I figured I'd see if you can help. If there's something that you just know we should do, which I can propose, via ... you, please let me know. ASAP.