Meghan Casey

Meghan Casey

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    I want to spend a month in southern italy on a tiny budget, anyone have ideas/recommendations?

    Hey Hana, If you're on a budget and looking to get a local's persepctive I'd reccommend couchsurfing. It's free to stay with couchsurfing members and the length of time is for the two of you to decide. I've stayed with people all over Europe and have had great experiences. If I were you I'd do some research, pin point the area that you'd like to go to the most and then send some messages to people in that area...I was just in Tuscany and loved it! Here's the link to couchsurfing: www.couchsurfing.org over 7 years ago

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    Traveling from Gullane to Inverness, which one distillery would you suggest for a tasting tour?

    You should check out the Glenlivet Distillery. I did a tour with them back in September and it was very informative. Plus you get a taster at the end! Glenlivet Distillery Visitors Centre Address: Glenlivet, Ballindalloch, Moray AB37 9DB Postcode: AB37 9DB City/Town: Glenlivet, Ballindalloch (Moray) Main phone: 01340 821720 Category: Distillers Have fun! over 7 years ago

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    What is the best & most affordable way to get from Corfu (or Athens) to Rome?

    Flying might be the best bet...it's hassle free and trains in Europe can be pretty pricey. You can find flights for about 60 Euro with Easyjet or Aegean Airlines. Definitely purchase plane tickets in advance over 7 years ago

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    What is the best & most affordable way to get from London to Amsterdam?

    Flying would be the quickest way to get from London to Amsterdam. A return trip will cost you about 60 Euro to fly..just depends on when you're going and th eflight length is just over an hour. www.skyscanner.com is a great site to use to find the cheapest flights so have a look and see. easyjet and ryanair will also have the lowest fares. If you're planning on flying then book as early as possible as the flights will definitely get more expensive or sell out completely. over 7 years ago

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    What is the best way to get to Azerbaijan from Europe?

    Check out www.skyscanner.com. There's a direct flight to Azerbaijan from London, Istanbul, and Ankara, but I think your best bet money wise is to go from Istanbul. Make sure you book your flights in advance as they tend to go up quickly! Hope this helps! over 7 years ago

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    What is the best way to travel from Prague to Holland, train or hire a car?

    You could try Eurolines and they have bus services from and to all the major European cities. They're connected with National Express, a bus service I've taken many times and don't have any compalints. If you book online you're likely to save a bit of money too. Here's the link: http://www.bei.cz/jizdnirady/pdf/english/B300.pdf Renting a car can be expensive depending on your age for insurance so it all depends on your budget. Check out a few of these sites: http://www.prague-rental.eu/ http://www.rentcarprague.com/ http://www.carrentalprague.com/ As for the train, there is only one train that directly connects Prague and Amsterdam. The train will definitely cost you more than the bus will. This is the site for the Dutch rail: http://www.nshispeed.nl/ Here's a link to a useful German railway site as well that you can try: http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en?newrequest=yes&protocol=http:& It might actually be worth it to fly. www.skyscanner.com has some great flights to the Netherlands for about 100 Euro return that you might want to consider if you're short on time. Hope this helps! over 7 years ago

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    Where is the best place in Ireland to hear Irish flute?

    Check out a band from Co. Tipperary called "A Touch of Irish". They're a 4 piece Irish band that includes a lot of flute work in their music. I saw them last week in Thurles, Tipperary and they were spectacular! over 7 years ago

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    what is a good castle to stay in in Ireland?

    I'd recommend checking out this site if you haven't already: http://www.celticcastles.com/find_irish.asp Most of these places are pretty expensive; 150 Euro and up and some of them require at least a week rental. If you're interested in checking out a few castles on a day trip or something here are a few I recommend: -Dunluce Castle in Northern Ireland (it's close to the Giant's Causeway which I strongly recommend visiting! You can do a coastal drive from Belfast up to the Causeway and stop along the way at a rope bridge, fishing villages, and pass by various ruins.) -Blarney Castle in Blarney which is located in the town of Blarney just outside of Cork city. There are buses that run from Cork city centre a few times a day. I'd recommend taking an entire day out for this castle as there's a path that goes around the grounds, gardens, and then of course you have to kiss the Blarney stone that gives you the gift of the gab! Hope this helps! over 7 years ago