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Travel Blogs from Limerick
... These islands sit off the shore of Dingle, and the centre is dedicated to preserving the memories, heritage, and histories of these islands that were evacuated in 1953, as there were only 12 residents remaining. Many authors visited these islands for inspiration and retreat, and many of these authors encouraged the residents of the islands to write their own memoirs. The residents spoke and wrote Irish, and in writing ...
After a lovely stay at the Old Bank B&B and a very nice breakfast, we made our way back to the Grange circle. In the daytime we could more clearly see one of the smaller circles in the distance and the viewing stone from which the planners used to help make the roads. It truly is an interesting spot and we were rewarded for coming back by a plethora of blue dragonflys. We then proceeded to see the ...
After much needed late sleep and a hearty Irish breakfast, we continued on our journey. Our first stop en route to Limerick was the famed Blarney Castle. We almost nixed the stop from our itinerary, assuming it was a useless tourist trap, until Colm urged us otherwise. After spending about two hours touring the beautiful grounds, we were all happy to have taken his advice.
The grounds leading to the castle are very nicely manicured, and as we entered we took in the vistas of ...
... does not understand the concept of bacon.
39. Ireland clearly does understand the concept of Guinness.
40. Yes, it is acceptable to drink a beer with breakfast in the student courtyard.
41. Yes, it is even more acceptable to do this with a professor.
42. 35% is what you need to pass a course.
43. Care packages will save your life.
44. Football (soccer) is a lifestyle.
45. Showers are cold. So are your rooms. Outside is warmer.
46. No one in ...
... over at my house and continued on well into early morning hours.
I thought I would be catching a bus to Dublin at about 2, but didn’t end up making much of an attempt to wake up at a decent hour until later, so I nabbed the 4:45 bus and off I went. I wanted to visit Dublin mainly for the simple reason that I wanted to see it one more time before I left. I also was interested in attending a new song session held in the city geared for younger singers and a ...