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Public Toilets in Ireland/Toilets for the Disabled

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Your comments about the general availability and accessibility of public toilets in Ireland would be appreciated. Is it relatively easy for tourists to find them wherever we go or does it take some sleuthing? Are owners of establishments with them likely to look askance at non-customers in need or do they, as with many places, simply accept that people have needs? I'm disabled but able to walk (I carry a stick for stability when traveling) and am investigating the possibility of acquiring a key to toilets for the disabled in Ireland. It comes with close to a US$40 price tag but would probably be worth it if attitudes in Ireland toward public use of facilities are negative.

Thanks for your input.
BigBlue

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