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Travel Blogs from Galway
... the journey. I finally asked the information girl to call for me, and she was nice enough to do so. Back to the ocean views,and into our apartment. Living room looks right over the water, and we are only 5 min, walk from good restaurants and bars, so boys will be happy.
Trav and I took the city bus into the center of town,and walked through the open air Christmas Market. Lots of families out there, all buying food stuff mostly. Happy kids-
... of the readily available information on local attractions and find that, almost by accident, we are right in the centre of the Boyne Valley, which just happens to contain some of the most significant heritage sites in Ireland.
We exit the now crowded car park, trying to ignore the “I told you so” looks beaming from one member’s face, and head to the first choice, which we named Monster Boys because we can’t pronounce ...
... After a turn around the city area, we found a great little
pub to have some lunch in. Julie had a beef and Guinness stew while I
had pork & leek sausages with mash potatos and lashings of gravy -
takes pub grub to a whole new level.
Monday - went for a tour around the Connemara district, just to the north of ...
... the wall and brought the baby back to safety.
... at all. In fact, that's a **** cottage.” He also pointed out some sheep grazing by the side of the road, one of which was startled by the bus and started running. “A flock of sheep has a collective IQ of about minus three.” That's going to be my new thing: “She's as dumb as a flock of sheep.”
He also told us the breaking news that an Irish Army unit was being sent to Libya to take out Gaddhafi. “So far, they've taken him ...