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Grand Circle Travel and Oversea Adventure Travel Experience

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I'm a newby to both traveling to Europe and as a Sr. woman traveling solo. GC/OAT have been recommended to me by another solo traveler. There is an older post related to these tour companies with many negative posts. I would appreciate hearing from anyone who has had an experience with either company as a solo in the last year. I'm trying to put together a trip to Ireland this year if possible. Would really like to find a tour co who deals with off the beaten path tours for Ireland. The only one I've found is Vagabound. I would be truly thankful for any advice given.

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