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Instead of the full Irish breakfast

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If you are in a hotel or B&B that advertizes Irish breakfast for 10 or 13 euros, would you also have a choice of having a much smaller meal (continental breakfast, or toast and coffee, for instance) for a lesser price? Or does it just depend on the individual place?

Also is tap water readily available (and free) at pubs and restaurants in Ireland? I know, I know, who would drink tap water in a pub?

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