Our extremely knowledgeable guide, Declan, volunteered to meet us at our hotel at a mutually convenient time - I have never before known a guide consider mutual convenience! He merged two tours into one - Georgian Limerick and Angela's Ashes - and also gave us chocolate halfway through the tour and offered an umbrella when it started to drizzle. The tour was very interesting and I am now re-reading "Angela's Ashes" while the tour is relatively fresh in my mind. However, I'm envious of "dermgoddess", another reviewer, as we didn't have time to go inside the McCourt Museum when we went by there on the tour (when my companion and I went a couple of days later, the museum was shut - contrary to the opening hours displayed on its website - and I couldn't wait as I had to catch a plane). So if you do an Angela's Ashes tour and the museum is actually open, see if you can prevail on Declan to let you spend a bit of time inside (sorry, Declan!)
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