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Getting around in Ireland and England.

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My husband and I are celebrating 50 years of marriage and have decided to visit both England and Ireland. After driving in Italy 3 times, and the last time getting traffic violations in Lucca, my husband refuses to drive in Europe again. So, I need advise on getting around in England and Ireland without a car. (Please, no comments on the violations- been there done that).

I read some info in tripadvisor, but decided to check fodors, since most of you have been all over the world, and I usually get good advise, although a bit sarcastic at times, due to my stupidity, I guess.

I don't want to take long tours, although day tours are fine. I know your thinking we must be quite old, since it's our 50th, but we were babies when we got married, and are quite capable of getting around, I.e., buses, trains, and walking, etc.

Also would like to know the best time of year to go to Ireland. We are flexible.

Please help us.

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