Gilmore City Centre Guest House
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... Wallace from the movie 'Braveheart'. However, if you say that to a Scotsman you'll probably get a long lecture about how historically inaccurate the movie is. I do not recommend. If you are unfamiliar with William Wallace all you need to know is that he was a Scottish freedom fighter who in the end met a terrible and gruesome death. His monument is kind of like a middle finger to the English.
... what it is! The room is small but I just need it to sleep and shower. They have a game room, bar, and free tours daily. Really nice! Once I was settled in I couldn't tell if I was feeling tired or lonely. I know that I should be able to decipher the two feelings, but honestly my jet lag was overshadowing everything. I'm a social person, I knew all I had to do was strike up a convo with ...
... I realized my mistake.
The bus ride was very pleasant and I got a chance to practice for Saturday when we all are taking the bus to the Zoo. Giant Pandas are waiting for us.
I arrived at the Airport around 715am with enough time to have my $8 hot chocolate and settle down at Costa Cafe ( it really does Costa that much!). The Bazos (Jill and Taylor) arrived first at
7:30am. I think ...
... the Stuarts). It was almost like it was all still current.
Walked down from the Castle and caught a HOHO bus to a spot where we could pick up a HOHO bus to take us out to the Royal Yacht Brittania. We had thoughts of taking afternoon tea on the ship, but by the time we got to the dining area it was about lunchtime and the place was packed and a large queue waiting It was interesting to hear that the group that was ...
... stone walls common in the southwest; and combination walls which have a small double wall at the base on top of which a single wall is built. These appear to have been introduced to Galway by improving landlords in the 19th century. All have their advantages and disadvantages: Single walls appear particularly unstable, so sheep are not inclined to jump them; double walls provide more shelter, and combination walls give a little of everything. The large rounded boulders of ...