Our final day in Ireland and we chose to walk the lovely coastline between Greystones and Bray, just outside Dublin.
Posts about "trains"
Never believe platform indicators on Irish Railways. For they don't actually match reality...
When we were researching Ireland, one of the places that stood out was Cork, down in the south of the country. A good pub culture, Blarney Castle and lots more. It seemed to be the place to go!
Holidays. They always seem to involve rushing about. And it starts with rushing to the airport. Then rushing to security. Then rushing through the gate because security have held everyone up so long that your flight is on final call. Oh and there's an elderly woman pushing a pram in the way.
The £29 is the maximum price you'll pay for sail/rail to Ireland, and you can do it from pretty much anywhere in the UK - there are similar cheap offers for other ferry crossings to Ireland.
There can be only one contender. It's the West Highland Line from Fort William and there's only one way to do it. The Caledonian Sleeper.
As we ambled along, a mighty TOOOT TOOOT! filled the valley.
Earlier in the year I blogged about travelling to Edinburgh by sleeper. But it's not the only Scottish sleeper train there is, for you can also go to the highlands by overnight rail too.
In a box in my house are a series of photo albums containing snapshots from my childhood, mostly taken by myself.
London is many things, and one thing I've noticed it be a few times is frustrating. It's busy, noisy, expensive, smelly... And when you've been stuck in a non-moving tube train for nearly an hour in the middle of summer, you can easily get in a negative mood. But there is more... so much more... that is great about this city. So that's what this post is all about. Thinks I like about London. Here's goes...