Cliffs of Moher Hotel
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- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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... the many viewing platforms. Not many people continue past this point, but is so worth it. The whole walk is 18 kms long of the most beautiful view I've seen. After around 4 hours I got back to the car with what I can say are quite sore feet. These blister are the best I have had since I did a 15k pack march in the army. Heading back to the pub and having a late lunch and a few beers after a big glass of ...
... reactions to her black pudding. The pudding is made of oats, spices and pigs blood. It is mashed together and formed into these cute discs. She had put 2 on each of our plates. Surprisingly Erin was the first to try the black pudding. She had a comically puzzled expression as she chewed...and ended up deciding that it wasn't her cup of tea. Mom and I were next to try the pudding and ended up deciding the same thing. BUT the ham-like bacon, ...
... and that's why it tastes so good here. I actually enjoy it. Or maybe I'm getting older and can appreciate it? Nah...I'll go with the first idea.
Tomorrow we head to Edinburgh, but not before doing a few more things in Limerick. It should be a fun day. Loving it here so far!
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After the first week. I started the real life..
Serious Asia, going to work from 9 - 18 in one of the best architectural offices in Dublin, award winning, River View through large glass window in the center, the heart of the capital city of Ireland.
Anyway , I bounced stamps to start another crazy weekend !
Not in the club ,not in high skills and common short tight dress from penneys (Irish ...
... up. There was also one other bodhran player. I decided to play a few songs, but honestly, I just wasn’t “feeling it” because of the harpist. A trad should be loud and raucous, this one was just too proper and 'pretty’.
When we left Ennis, I programmed the GPS to take us home and it had our estimated time of arrival at 7:15. On the way home, Diane asked me to take a detour to see a ruin called Athasalle Abbey. It was about a 30 minute detour, ...