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... This week the theme is something in your dish must start with the letter "N." One night, Ira from Belgium, made everyone crepes! I learned how to play pool one evening, and a few times the girls have gotten together in the common space to watch a movie before we went to sleep! We've explored Dublin city centre many times; it has so much character and there is so much to see and do. I really can't describe what it is like to be here, I honestly cannot believe I am in ...
... wraps and learning how they are made
Gord stayed outside made aquaintance with a couple of soggy bikers from Germany.
It was time to hit the rainy road back to our next hotel on Galway Bay. ...
... foreplay the way the woman frisked me down and had me in a bear hug at one stage was tempted to say that you don’t normally get to this stage unless you buy me dinner and drinks but thought better of it. Then she got to the dreaded leg/knee search which put me into fit of giggles again!
Only a 50 minute flight to Dublin – I wish all flights could be this quick – picked up our hire car and off to Carrick we drove ...
... but they couldn't make their way back out, so for decades it had been accumulating dead pigeons and they decayed and rotted to make room for their ill fated amigos. Pretty nasty. Other than that we saw some big ass palace that had more rooms than the palace at Versailles - suck on that French! After all of these events we walked to some park and got churros and took our own little siestas. At night we watched Spain beat Croatia 1 to 0 in the final minutes of the game. To ...
... college, stopped into Galway cathedral, and freshened up at the B&B before dinner at Malt House, a great spot in an alley between Shop street and Middle street. It's a bit pricey, but definitely necessary after a long day/night of travel.
We did a great west side pub crawl, avoiding the "touristy" spots.... Bierhaus, Blue Note, Massimo's, Roisin Dubh... All great spots.
Got to bed at approx 3am. Solid first day in Galway!