Ireland with young children?

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  1. Disneylovingmomof2

    Disneylovingmomof2 Mouseketeer

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    Hi all! Haven’t posted here before but am hoping for some insight...
    Does anyone have any experience traveling to Ireland with young children (mine are specifically two and six years old)?
    There’s a potential of an upcoming trip this summer, but extended family would also be there and many of them are staying for longer durations (1-2 months), renting what sounds like some kind of bed and breakfast sort of accommodation. I’m assuming everyone will rent cars. I don’t know what kind of daily itineraries they will have planned especially since some of them are going to be there for a while...
    I would love to go to Ireland but I’m not sure I’d get the full experience with a two year old in tow (thinking about naps, diaper changes, having to go to bed early, etc.)
    Would this be a trip that we’d get full benefit from or would it be better to wait until kids are 5&9 or 6&10 age range?
     
  2. Woodview

    Woodview DIS Veteran

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    I live in Cork ( South of the country )

    You will have No Problem with your children.

    ...... Diapers = Nappies

    Remember we use Metric weights & measures .

    And $1 .15 = € 1 euro
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    Also Remember to BUY Travel Adaptors Plugs ( We use 3 pin Flat _ _ )

    You will need 2 Travel seats for the children

    Yes we Do have McDonalds & KFC ( But Not in every Town )


    Do you know where you are staying ?

    I can give you some good advice if you need it


    Keep me informed
     

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