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... or inheriting Hermione Granger’s time traveling watch thing. I first took a tour of the Medieval city walls. Although the Limerick walls are no longer imposing on the city, bits and pieces still remain, reminding us of sieges and victories of days long past. Some parts of the walls are in areas where innocent wanderers should not roam alone, so I especially appreciated that I could visit these spots on a large, safe, intriguing tour.
Our tour ended by King ...
... Everything was great we found our bed and breakfast at Coonagh just outside Limerick. As it is a long weekend - Bank Holiday, there was little traffic. Just outside Limerick we pasted a place called Béal an Átha - which is Ballina in Gaelic.
We checked in and met the owner of the house, she was lovely and welcoming making us coffee with cake on our arrival. We had a chat about where we should visit. We moved our ...
As we set off in our hire car, big red beast she is, we wonder where we are going to go. So I get the map out and point out "The Cliffs of Moher" which sounds like a good ace to check out. Once we get there after a little bit if driving we set off on foot to check it out. I think if I had an umbrella I would have nearly flown away it was ...
... weight when they travel, especially to Italy, shouldn't travel at all.
21. It's good to know that bringing home different guys each time you go out to the bar is not socially acceptable here either, unless, apparently, you're the person doing it.
22. Don't do your hair - it's going to rain anyway.
23. Clubs in Ireland are the exact same as clubs in Canada.
24. Pups however, pubs are amazing.
25. Ireland doesn't put preservatives in their food. A loaf ...
... at the bar, a couple was so invested in each other’s faces that I was surprised they could breathe. My friends, knowing about how their dad had me yell Irish obscenities out the car window, dared me to approach them and ask in Irish, “Have you no shame?” I sat timidly down at the edge of the booth and the couple was totally unawares of my presence. I looked back at my friends for support, so one showed how easy it is approaching strangers speaking Irish. He asked ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility