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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

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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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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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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Your First Service Bank cards may work at local ATM machines in the destination you are traveling to. If you will be traveling to a location outside your normal activity, please contact us to let us k...

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Americans with Disabilities ActWhile it's in the name, we may forget that the Americans with Disabilities Act does not apply outside of the United States.We will make reasonable efforts to accommodate...

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