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Luggage in Cars Overnight in Ireland

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To my utter amazement I have just read in Karen Brown's Ireland that one should leave larger luggage in the car overnight rather than shlep (she didn't use that term) it into one's bed and breakfast. We started traveling in Europe by car in 1985 and my steadfast rule has always been that one can leave anything in the car overnight that one is willing to lose. On our first trip to Ireland in 1996 I have a vivid recollection of standing in front of our restaurant in Dublin and watching, along with one of the valet parkers, a lad walking up and down the street looking into each parked car in search of moblie phones.

Have I missed something? Is the advice given in this book really sound? Are B&B car parks really safe in Ireland? Hotel parking lots?

Cheers,
BigBlue

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