Shantalla Lodge B&B
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... without one pulling off the road. Norma's in the foot well of the back seat mumbling something about 'we're all going to die.'
Coke taking care of its marketing and product placement in Dublin with the train crossing on the iconic bridge, I forget the name, in the background. As Coca Cola has a prominent place in my stock portfolio, I'm interested in seeing how the big boys in Atlanta are performing with their (my) marketing ...
... Connemara Marble and learned about the marble, Ireland's green gold. Did some shopping as well. Arrived in Galway with free time to look around town on our own and shop. Had tea and scones at a quaint little tea house. Staying at the Galway Bay Hotel across from the beach on Galway Bay for 2 nights. Had dinner at the hotel. Friday, October 10: We woke up to a clear bright and sunny day. First stop was at Killary Fjord for a boat ride. The ride was very calm and the ...
... a really nice place and they made people leave so that we had a really nice central table. Afterwards we wandered around and just stopped in different bars here and there. We did find the local bars but they weren’t terribly welcoming. It wasn’t like an aggressive unwelcome, it was just obviously a local bar not looking for tourists and we were 4 Americans. We got back to the ship around 1AM.
Today we woke up and ...
... a park in the centre of Dublin with beautiful gardens of geraniums. The colours are more varied than in Australia. Visited the Museum at 2pm to see the "peat bog bodies" and other artifacts- very interesting. Walked back to the hotel, intrigued with the beautiful Georgian buildings and the front doors that are all painted in different colours. Also saw a canal boat use the lock. Easy dinner back at the ...
With two mornings left of these super early wake up calls; this morning's was for 6:00 a.m. in order to catch our 8:45 train to Holyhead and then connect to the ferry off to Dublin. Most of our things we packed so it didn't take us long to add the final last minute toiletries to the suitcases. We had the front desk clerk call us a taxi and it arrived within a few minutes. The distance was walkable from the hotel to the station. But, for a few pounds we felt ...