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Travel Blogs from Limerick
... in anyways when they were nice to me (because, well, why not?). I had some great conversations with some attendees as I stood by the door, again about belonging and engagement through music.
But to *really* round out the night, I joined the masses in the bars, muscling my way through crowds and enjoying a few pints. This is Ireland, after all!
Limerick is the first official City of Culture in Ireland. I can’t wait to enjoy this lovely river town in all its ...
... We found The Locke it was beside a canal and was full of character. We sat inside and had a drink, ordered our dinner and enjoyed the atmosphere. It was a lovely afternoon the sun was shinning the sky blue and there was good food and wine.
We finished dinner and returned to Coonagh, drove around the area which is basically a rural farming area. Ireland has lived up to it's name as the Emerald Isle. It is very green and ...
... to look over the edge. Don't think I would have looked over standing up. But it was very beautiful. After walking back against the wind we were both very pleased to get back into the car, where were headed to Limerick to stay the night. We found our hotel alright got changed and went for a pint. After a few pints and some D'n'M we hit the ...
... new episode of any of your shows on TV. Better find a good website.
32. Facebook, Twitter and Skype are the main forms of communications when abroad.
33. Ireland doesn't have panzos
34. The Tim Horton's in Ireland is clearly a practical joke.
35. You will never look forward to anything as much as you look forward to Christmas dinner.
36. You will miss your family terribly - maybe not as much as your fat cat.
37. Skype will save your sanity.
... it was hilarious (phew! No face slaps!). My friend came over and said, “She’s an American, don’t pay her any interest,” to which I responded, “HE’S the one who put me up to this. Forgive me.” Then insert small talk, say goodbyes, and resume to previous, errm, conversations. We stayed until that scary moment when all the lights turn on and walked home in the lovely evening air. Our group had dissipated except for the mass that was to ...