Bond Street Motel Apartments
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... as a car, which means no one has side mirrors. If they do, they'll get hit off eventually. It was crazy driving those roads. And there are hardly any motorways (freeway), which means it takes 3 times longer to get anywhere- but the Irish don't seem to mind; they say, "what's the rush?"
Ireland's history is old, old, old, and it was very cool learning about the Vikings and current unrest with Northern Ireland (which, by they way, is not a part of Ireland at all, contrary ...
... the first bottle we had was from a local winery (the Fraser Vineyard - and it had tartan on the label so we thought it must be good) and we wanted to sample local and support their economy but we also spied a bottle of ‘Wallace’, a Ben Glaetzer wine from the Barossa Valley on the shelf beside us – Ben is an Aussie and his wife, Judith, is Scottish (from Cupar, Fife) and we thought ‘how appropriate’ (or was it just a case of any old excuse?). They gave ...
... back. “Those seats are both good and bad,” the driver says. They are good because you can see out the sides and the back, but they are bad because the bouncing of the trolley along the roads is more pronounced. I still picked the back. We wait as several other people get on board and then noticing that there are no other people racing frantically toward the trolley, the driver calls “All aboard” and the narrated tour begins. ...
Day 1 back on the road
After 9 days at Shawn and Kathy’s hosting us, Kathy’s family, and throwing a wonderful family reunion, we are back on the road (see: cameo.tv/c/23v6efrb for a short view). Today we departed Eugene and made it to Boise, ID and are staying with Gabe, Kaveri and Cantril, who also drove back today. So with the resumption of road tripping, I will try to fill in with some vignettes of ...
... we did go up to over 7000ft from around 5000 ft, it didn't feel like a hard hike. Dimming down was harder as we used the wider ski runs and these were pretty steep going down and ******* the legs, a good mornings hike though with beautiful scenery of the surrounding mountains . We headed straight to town after the hike to get some food at Grumpys (oh another burger),good food sat in the sun on the deck - perfect! By the time we got back to the condo, we just had ...