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Travel Blogs from Killaloe
... 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 ...
... timing couldn’t have been more hilariously pathetic. So out we went again to find others at Mickey Martins, and then Nancy Blakes, and then a final visit to a chipper for curry chips.
Monday I went to a book launch of a new comprehensive book of tunes. Good stuff, save for turning plural words (ie Jigs) into singular possessive (Jig’s), so I bought it to educate myself at home. And of course the launch ended in tunes. I was feeling a bit down, being so ...
... to Woodlawn was actually kind of neat for me. When we got there, we went straight to the farm house and were very warmly welcomed with tea, scones, and amazing brown bread. I'm already turning into a huge fan of hot tea. It's delicious. The house was so cute and pretty much what I imagined an Irish farmhouse to look like. Also, the rural area we were in was what I imagine when ...
... claim within moments, unlike the usual Dublin farrago.
Picking up our hirecar we set off towards Limerick and a visitation to friends Siobhan and Taig. However, we'd not bothered to update our satnav before leaving and Ireland's ever-evolving road network defeats us within just a few miles. Despite very obviously being on a shiny new motorway the satnav believes we're driving across unmarked fields and through rivers.
"Turn around where possible," it keeps intoning ...
... that second song.""
After the session ended, people came up to me and insisted that I attend their sessions. I told them that I will try, though unfortunately I rely on their shabby public transportation. Not as shabby as LA, but not great. Buses have weird schedules and don't go everywhere. When I visit Ennis, which is only an hour away by bus, I have to stay the night because the bus does not return home when the session is finished. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking