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Ireland, Scotland, and England

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I am planning a trip to Ireland, Scotland, and England and will be there for about a month. I am traveling by myself and have no knowledge of anything in traveling in Europe. I am confused with the rail passes, and don't know the difference between the rail and the train. I am not sure what kind of pass I need. I want to travel leisurely with no sort of set plan. Is there a good basic itinerary I should follow? WHat other sorts of transportation should I take?Also what is a good way to get from London to Dublin?

Any other solo traveling advice would be greatly appreciated. I am budgeting about 5k for this trip, excluding flight. Is that good enough? I will be staying in hostels and I am not going to be out partying.

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