With the sunshine finally on its way, its time to start sorting out that garden. Its been staring at me for months, begging me for help as I let the winter take it over. Now the time has come to treat her well and bring her back to health.
I need to get some new garden furniture first of all such as garden dining sets as everyone knows the most important thing to be able to do in your garden is…sit in it while enjoying a nice cold beer! yep, least thats what I think anyway…now if only the rest of the household would agree.
Seriously though I really am looking forward to getting out and doing a bit of work outside. Ive been cooped up long enough now that a bit of gardening work is more than welcome. Bring it on! I say. More sun, more beer, hurrah!
The title of this post is a question I was asked recently by a friend who was planning on visiting Dublin. Having been there many times myself he would have heard me go on about it quite a bit so who better to ask than this ol blabbermouth – always only too willing to put my 2 cents in 😉
The thing is you should always rent the car before you arrive into Dublin. There are plenty of good reasons for doing this
1) You will save a lot of money. Just arriving on the scene with no car booked means that you could end up paying a lot more than you expected.
2) Choice of rental car. You may have a specific car in mind that you would like to drive such as a people carrier hire only to turn up and find they only have small budget cars left or vice versa.
3) You may turn up and find they have no cars left at all. During peak periods cars get booked up fast so often demand can outstrip supply.
My best advice is to use a car hire website. This means you will get a choice of cars from several firms. You could go straight to Hertz or Avis or whoever but by doing that you will only have their fleet of cars to choose from.