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Darren McLoughlin



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Travel photographer leading photo tours and workshops in Ireland, France and Italy. New York Times contributor.

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AParis: DRIVE Paris > Italy > Etc > Back to Paris

Hi Marcus, this is usually possible to do but they do also apply a fee - in most cases this is for breakdown cover for the second country, possibly for insurance too. Europcar: Sixt provides more... See More

AIreland: car chargers

Hi Kathleen, If you mean chargers for phones etc. that plug into the car, then I don't see why not. They will be running off a 12V battery just like cars anywhere and many now have dedicated USB sockets, older cars have the cigarette lighter type socket from which... See More

AIreland: Ireland transportation

Hi Kelly, There are frequent buses and trains from Dublin​to Belfast​ and the journey takes just over 2 hours. Buses operate for more of the day and there are a few operators such as ... See More

ADublin: Driving distance

It takes about two and a half hours in normal traffic from Dublin city centre. See More

QMunich: Three days in Munich, best hidden sights?

I will be visiting Munich for the first time next month and would love to know of a few non-touristy places to visit. It could be anything from a museum to a food tour or out of town location. Thanks! See More

ATuscany: Does Tuscany or Umbria deserve 1 extra day?

Hi Christie, I would spend a night in Perugia​, it's close to Assisi​ and is a vibrant hilltop city with jazz and chocolate festivals, stunning streets and views as well as artworks by the Renaissance artist Perugino... See More

AIreland: 24 hour Roadtrip in Ireland

Hi Caity, Sneem​ is a lovely place with plenty of fine views of its own so you'll enjoy it there. The journey from Dublin​ to Sneem takes approximately five hours. I would recommend going down the M7 and M8 in the direction... See More

AFrance: Best travel guide for France?

Hi Ashley, It depends on where you are going to in France, I find the guides can be very variable in their coverage with some glossing over interesting towns and sights. Cadogan Guides are great for cultural coverage but not so interested in the location of launderettes.... See More

ADublin: Best neighborhood to stay in within walking distance for most city sights?

Hi Samuel, there are a good few options for you on the south side of the River Liffey. I would stay away from Temple Bar​ if you don't like too much noise. Depending on your budget there are many places to recommend including The Central... See More

ADubai: Where do young locals like to dine and go out in Dubai?

Ah, did you mean to post this to Dubai​ rather than Dublin​? See More

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