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Posted April 27, 2010
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Good detailed maps of Ireland, with many smaller roads and villages marked. Really nice feature: The place names are also given in Gaelic which is handy when driving through Gaeltacht regions such as Mayo, Donegal, Gallway & Dingle. the signs in these areas are often only in Gaelic which more often than not doesn't even closely resemble English. Another nice feature: several city maps in the index in the back. Also puts a little symbol at spots that have good views. Drawbacks: the maps are a little crowded with numbers and dots (as far as we could guess from the not very helpful key, these are the distances in miles and kilometers and the dots are where the distances are measured from) makes it a little challenging to read in some places. Also the placement of page breaks makes reading the maps somewhat difficult in places. For example, right at Newgrange they put a page break, splitting the name in two.
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Posted May 24, 2012
Driving in Great Britain can be a challenge. The road atlas really helped. It would have been more comforting if it were not a 2008 edition but it is much better than having nothing to guide you through the maze of English country roads.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.