Ballyglass Country House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... uprising. After this tour we headed towards Tipperary to find Julie's ancestors. Arriving at Tipperary we drove past a large cemetery on the way to an eating establishment down the main street. I asked a local parking inspector about parking and he promptly put some coins in the meter and gave me a free ticket for 2 hours parking. Parking inspectors in ...
... But the scenery was absolutely amazing, unfortunately the camera decided to go flat as soon as we get there so I only got some photos on my phone which was a little disappointing but it done the job. Most of the walk had a barricade around it but this one spot there was nothing and a clean drop, could be very dangerous so both of us ...
... experienced, recent graduates run around like madmen, excited, leaping across the stage, waving their certificates, excited to be finished with school, excited to submit their final projects or perform their final recitals. But here it is different. Here, this dark cloud looms over all of us. We submit our projects, struggle through our final exams, and leave the room with shoulders drooping and heads down. We are finished. Time to move on. Time to leave our new family behind. I ...
... Limerick is just over 100 K's. Tomorrow we head to Kilkenny for a two night stay, hopefully I can be pointed in the direction of the Craic as I bought new pair of spoons today. We also got pulled over by the Garda [police] as there was a pushbike race taking place, and if you are travelling on a country road, you need to be very careful as the roads are very narrow. I have attached some photos from today's ...
... up going to sleep at about 4:30, setting my alarm for 7 the next day.
The next few days are all a blur. When I woke up, I went to Aussie's room to wake her up, only to find she never went to sleep. We set off for the bus stop in order to catch a local bus to town, then a big bus to Dublin. We waited, and waited, and waited. We also admired frozen leaves and slid pennies across the ice. And we waited. Finally we tried hailing cabs, but ...