St. Martin's Bed and Breakfast
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... inside and there at the front were maybe fifty kids from the local school just finished confirmation preparation.
The local priest Fr. Patrick Conway, and principal, Gerard Fahy, were very friendly and happy to meet ...
... down Ireland way as well as what we experimented in Scotland, so the boat ride was one of the roughest I've had. I managed to keep my dinner contents in my stomach, which I am quite proud of. We arrived in our hostel past midnight. Now you may remember how I was giving off about hostels since my last visit to Dublin. That is the only shared dorm I have stayed in since that faithful experience, but I had a wholesome sleep, and the hostel was comfortable ...
... could be reregistered provided it was reweighed and met the Irish standards. The van was designed for German winter conditions and for a motor bike to be carried in the back cabin locker. It turns out that it is a very high spec and has a winter rating with high level of insulation and double glazing for the freezing conditions in the Alps.
We had a standoff with the dealer for 24 hours, as we offered to pay a deposit on proof ...
... 8 kilometres along the Atlantic coast of County Clare in the
west of Ireland. From the Cliffs of Moher on a clear day one can see
the Aran Islands and Galway Bay, as well as the Twelve Pins and the Maum
Turk mountains in Connemara, Loop Head to the south and the Dingle
Peninsula BUT not today. A very thick fog made it impossible to see anything. Check how much we can see. Zip, zilch, zero.
... they call corn dogs over here. Then we found a little hut selling german drinks. I had a christmas punch with Rum which was warn and looked like tea but tasted like plum pudding. Jessie had a Hot Chocolate and Brandy...yummo.
We then decided to find a pub and happened on one that had a duo starting. Just a guitar and two vocals (Chris and Dave) who did covers but with their own up beat twist and harmonic vocals. They were really impresed when I asked ...