Ballyglass Country House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... my past.
But I am also my future and my present.
For it is I who decides
who I am, how I react,
and to whom and what I attach myself.
I am love, I am light,
I am laughter, I am alive.
I am restless, I am searching,
I have a hunger, and I choose life.
... atmosphere. We visited several musical events happening around town, including a singer-guitarist at Dolan’s bar, Arthur Guinness Day and a music trail dedicated in his honor (music trails are when several bars throughout town host live music, trad, rock, pop, you name it. The idea is that you can pub crawl your way around some fantastic live entertainment), the Limerick Jazz Festival weekend (fully equipped with a jazz trail), and of course, more music at Bourke’s. The ...
Wednesday night we saw the band Hermitage Green and they were really good! I was able to get up front for the concert and really enjoyed myself.
Thursday I decided I didn't want to go to the event on campus (some dj thing) so I went out with some Irish girls I was friends with. We went into town to a club called Icon. First we actually went to the bar Smyths that is attached to Icon to have a drink. I had a mojito and they actually made it fresh so it ...
... drinks. There was also a quaint gift shop where my niece immediately noticed the novelty item named "Plastipoo" she placed it in her hand and loudly and with great delight yelled out “LOOK!! FAKE POO!!” to which mom and I began howling with laughter, heading briskly out the door and across the street to the waiting bus.
We next headed to the National Stud farm where we learned ...
... he dropped me off at the bus station and away I went, back to Limerick.
And now here I am, lying in bed doing absolutely nothing. I swear, each passing week gets better and better. I’m glad I decided to go away this weekend, regardless of my initial worries about not knowing anyone. Remember, this is Ireland. There are no strangers in Ireland, just friends who have not yet met.
Now I must buy food because my cupboards are bare. ...