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Shades of Ireland: Electricity

Shades of Ireland: Electricity

Electricity in IrelandWhat kind of converters do you need?The US uses types A and B electrical outlets with a standardized voltage of 120 V and frequency of 50 Hz. Since sockets in Ireland are type G...

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Travelers Club Tips: Electricity

Travelers Club Tips: Electricity

The US uses types A and B electrical outlets with a standardized voltage of 120 V and frequency of 50 Hz. An adaptor (which changes the physical plug) and/or converter (which changes the electric curr...

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Shades of Ireland: Arrival Day Suggestions

Shades of Ireland: Arrival Day Suggestions

If you have some extra time before your tour begins to explore Dublin, you'll find plenty to do! A good public bus service allows you to easily make your way around, or perhaps hop on a double-decker...

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Travelers Club Tips: Communicating to Home

In Case of EmergencyLeave a copy of your tour itinerary at home with your emergency contact person and a copy of your passport. If there is an emergency at home and your family is not able to reach yo...

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Transportation

Flight Information, Departure Taxes & FeesLand Only VacationsIf you chose to purchase a land only vacation, pay particular attention to flight segments that occur during the tour which are not include...

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Shades of Ireland: Electricity

Shades of Ireland: Electricity

Electricity in IrelandDo you need a voltage or frequency converter? While the US uses power sockets types A and B with a standard voltage of 120 V and frequency of 60 Hz, in Ireland you will type G so...

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