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... around and went home. Then back out to the coast to rejoin the Wild Atlantic Way at Tarbert on the shores of the Shannon. We stopped off to see Carrigafoyle castle which was quite unexpectedly interesting. It had a wide spiral staircase up to the battlements on the fifth floor.
Next stop was Ballybunion which was a very pleasant little town above some nice beaches. We went to the tourist office for wifi and ended up talking to them for some time. The man showed the boys some ...
... Abbey was to go for a walk. However because we were all hungry and tired, we didn't last very long. On the other hand, I did take some really nice scenic landscape photos of around the Abbey.
We went to a really nice old pub for lunch. The meals were of good value. Aarons girlfriend recommended that I try a Baileys Hot Chocolate. At first, I wasn't so sure that I would like it. But, I did give it ago. It was yummy.
... wooded Friar's Glen.
This was a full day tour leaving at 8:30 a.m. and returning to Limerick shortly after 7 p.m. There were even some people that did this as a day trip from Dublin....I would NOT recommend that - waaaaay too long!
Next morning it was time to leave Limerick and head to Galway - another bus trip. My ass has seen enough bus seats for awhile.....I took a taxi from the hotel (5 euro) directly to the bus station. ...
... Out! With other people, all for the same thing! The same music! The same place!
Before I part with you tonight, I must tell you all about Culture Night last Friday, September 20th. Man, it was marvelous. I picked up a brochure of events and painstakingly made a finely tuned schedule so I could enjoy as much as possible that night. The biggest problem, which is hardly a problem at all, is that there is so much to do and I want to do it all! Next year, I’m ...
... which surprisingly not very large. We tried to go to St Mary's Cathedral, which is the oldest building, which still used for its original purpose in Ireland. It was closed but we wandered the outside. We also passed the Town Hall, Court House and Potato Market. We tried to go to another church but it too was closed, we learnt later it was no longer a church.
We left there and I dropped Marg outside the Tourist Office ...