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Trip Report Easy Tour Ireland

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My husband recently returned from a tour in Ireland where he rented a car through Easy Tour Ireland. After seeing other posts on Fodor's about wanting to pay for car rental in euros when traveling to Ireland, I asked my husband for more specifics about his rental, knowing he had been asked if he wanted his credit card billed in euros or US dollars. Then I went on-line to the Easy Tour Ireland myself and, right there under their FAQs, it is stated exactly how to make sure your credit card gets billed in euros rather than US dollars. So to folks to whom this is important, take a look at what Easy Tour Ireland's website says.

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