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Rob was B'nB guest
He was regarded as an annoying pest
He would talk and talk and talk
Of this trail, that path or some walk
So much that each host wished he'd fly back to his nest.
Being in Limerick does something to you and that one is certainly better than the girl from Peru. If you do t know that limerick you were obviously never in the Boy Scouts!
But to the start.
Here's an out the window shot ...
... a cool place too. A beautiful cemetery inside of the old castle. On the way home we visited a cute little chocolate shop, things were expensive, but I got some coffee. It was good. We stopped in a near by town to take a quick photo of the Dunguaire Castle with a great view over Galway Bay. We had lunch at Fitzpatricks Pub where I had salmon. It was so good. I mean it's always good. Another great day ...
... way to the coach park. We had about 45 minutes to wait before the 7.00 bus to Limerick. It pulled in on time and the luggage compartment opened inviting us to put our cases in. We then climbed aboard and bought one way tickets for €18 each. It was a 3 hour 50 minute journey. We followed the expressway but did not actually go on it. There were about 8 stops along the way where people got on or off. The countryside looked prosperous and the towns old and interesting. We arrived ...
... went back to their place. There wasn't much exploring as we were all tired. So, we went back to their place.
That evening, I went out with my brother and his girlfriend to a local pub in Limerick. So, that was pretty good. It was a very relaxed environment.
That was my first day.
... to figure out how the car worked - mirrors, check, seats, check, gearshift? On the left, and don't forget to take off the parking brake or the car will ding angrily at you. We set off toward the "way out," and around each turn Katie would quietly remind me to stay to the left. Thankfully, this was rather successful. Thank goodness for roundabouts - you never miss your turn, even if it starts feeling like a Griswald vacation. Our first stop is Clare Abbey, as it was ...