Glocca Morra B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... about beer and how many Irish people call it "the cure" or "medicine." He told us that his grandfather used to go to town three times a week for his "medicine" which turned out to be 2 pints of Guinness. I see signs for Guinness everywhere! There are t-shirts, slippers, coffee cups, keychains, shoes, glasses, plates etc... all decorated in the Guinness logo.
Anyway..... on the tour we were able to ...
... A bridge across the river joins the two communities. The hospitality we received was very welcoming. Food was excellent and always served with a smile. We took a small boat trip up the Shannon to the Loch, Loch Derg, it was a little chilly at time but not too bad. The kids enjoyed it and so did we. It only took an hour. On returning we all had lunch at the pub Flannagin's situated by the river. Food was very ...
... Cellphone coverage where we are at moment so can't confirm yet. WIll spend our last night probably close to Dublin Airport, so we are handy in morning to drop car off before we head to Paris.
Have managed to leave my Euros and Hong Kong dollars in London but Hotel has them. I just can't get access to them. So I wont be doing too much shopping - oh well!
Loving Ireland, and can understand most of what the people are saying.
Well, this is the first day in a while that I didn't have to get up before 8 AM in about a week. I slept in for a little, but not too much later. I made myself some eggs and coffee, threw on the news and got to work on my laptop sending emails and writing this blog. Kept it pretty low-key for most of the day.
That night, however, I decided to head into town to go to Nancy Blake's again. They were having some live music, as they generally do. But first, I had to get something ...
... floor. Except for one young-looking boy who followed me around for about 5 minutes wherever I went, likely looking for a shift (the Irish term for make-out. They have a lot of terms for this, apparently), I had a blast. Except for highlight number two – as I was out there, deep inside the crowd, Rage Against the Machine came on and suddenly people started running around bumping into each other. Bump toss bump throw. Wildness to the tee. I ...