Stella Doyle's Guest House
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... a pint of Bulmer's and Dave had a pint of Harp, Brit stuck with her usual drink of choice...7-up. Once the music started we were highly disappointed, it sounded more like a German polka band that trad Irish. We finished our drinks as fast as we could and headed out. Two doors down we heard just what we were looking for and popped in, grabbed seats and drinks and enjoyed our evening immensely. Brittany and I especially enjoyed watching Dave get hit ...
... for 2 months on long service leave. They were staying with Tim's sister Maree and her husband Pete, who have recently moved there from Melbourne to do further study and work. Interestingly they are both specialized Dr’s and Pete is in fact a Gastroenterologist who specializes in Crohns and hopes to cure it one day! They have two gorgeous kids too. We stayed the night with them in their unit in Clare Hall a uni residence for families and PhD ...
... An Canteen (mmm crab cakes and smoked salmon salad) and then to a fantastic pub called the courthouse where we had a pint of Irish beer and listened to real trad music!! (in Canada we would probably call it a somewhat informal jam session). I was in heaven:) There was guitar, flute, tin whistle, and vocals with traditional Irish tunes. And random patrons called up to sing! My next purchase will be a cd or ...
... Most of them appeared to be tourists like myself. The ticket office was closed, but I managed to figure out how to operate the ticket machines. I must have looked like I knew what I was doing because I had two separate people ask me how to buy tickets and how to read the bus schedule. Thankfully I knew how to do both and was able to assist them with no problems.
I think I even impressed the bus station attendant who was having a hard time communicating to ...
... Kevin, Anne, our new friend Alex Clapp and our new friend Juliana. We had some great moments - me messing up the Napoleon "an army marches on its stomach" quote because I was convinced it was Caesar, Alex putting down the "Colosseum" as the biggest national park in Europe. (as a joke) It was a lot of fun and we had a great time even thought we came in 3rd place. Alex won us a prize for having the most decorated score sheets though.
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