IRELAND ED ANGLAIS Nobody knows Ireland like Lonely Planet Whether you re after traditional music or contemporary cuisine grand stately homes orjaw dropping coastal views this th edition gives you all the information

  • ISBN: 1741792142
  • Page: 260
  • Format: broch
  • Nobody knows Ireland like Lonely Planet Whether you re after traditional music or contemporary cuisine, grand stately homes orjaw dropping coastal views, this 9th edition gives you all the information you need for an unforgettable stay Lonely Planet guides are written by experts who get to the heart of every destination they visit This fullyupdated edition is packed with accurate, practical and honest advice, designed to give you the information you need to make the most of your trip.

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    1. Comme toujours avec LP, le livre est beau, les conseils utiles et la selection interessante. Je reste une convertie et je recommande.

    2. In a once in a lifetime trip, my father and I went to the old country, Ireland, for an extended period and went everywhere. We rented a car at the Dublin airport and drove into Dublin. That was my first time driving on the left side of the road and with the steering wheel on the right-hand side, and after the long flight. Well, some things you learn by being thrown into the deep end.The Lonely Planet guide was very helpful in locating everything once we arrived in every city. It explained ma [...]

    3. As with many other countries, Lonely Planet has a very good guide for Ireland. Every city, town, and village are covered in this book. No matter where we were, we could always find something on the location. The index is wonderfully useful for that purpose. There are also some suggested itineraries. My only criticism is that LP seems to have missed many of the excellent guesthouses in Ireland. I would think this should be LP's speciality, so found this aspect disappointing. Still, I would [...]

    4. For sheer breadth of information, it is hard to beat the Lonely Planet. They not only cover each location in incredible detail, but the history, food and culture each get extensive coverage that I found very useful. The walking tours were also very detailed and informative and could be used in the absence of a tour guide.What I found to be one of the key strengths of this guide over others were the number of accommodation options and restaurants. For each location they generally picked a favorit [...]

    5. There is a lot of stuff missing in this book so it's not one to travel with and actually depend on like we did. We got lost often and the book wasn't much help. Lots of mapsbut not all that great. The descriptions of restaurants and hotels is not very accurateey make everything sound like you "want" to hear it rather than what it really is so you get there and think "waitis is it?". It needs more picturesa lot more pictures.

    6. I find that this particular book is a bit bulky for my taste. Then add the fact that nearly all of the book is black and white makes it feel a little clinical. I find it interesting that one of the few color photos in the book are of the people who are contributors to the book.range. There is a lot of useful information about the attractions, places to eat and sleep per county. But I use Trip Advisor for restaurants and accommodations. I also got Lonely Planet Discover Ireland. It doesn't [...]

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