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Train/Ferry from London to Dublin

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My husband,two daughters, 20 & 18 years old and myself are planning to take a trip to London in late June 2010/early July 2010. We plan to stay in London for a week, sightseeing and maybe a little shopping. We thought we would take the train from London to Hollyhead,taking the ferry across to Dublin...staying in Ireland for a week.
We like the idea of taking the train, sort of a forced down day, resting from our week in London. My question is: Is the train/ferry really as bad as people say? We don't think it will be the "Orient Express" we are looking at a different way to get to Ireland. Thanks for the advice....ptm

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