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... end of the hall. Breakfast would be served at the South Aran Restaurant where Enda is the chef and a very good one I might add. His wife, Maria, waited on tables. We asked about dinner and Enda said they were still open. Food was fabulous.
I think we are going to love it here.
... HA!, taking it. Galway is a much smaller city than Dublin. It does host a few universities and colleges, so the population and vibe is much younger and more cosmopolitan. Just down from our hotel is the older medieval district that hosts all the shops, pubs and markets.. We found 14 pubs, we counted, within 5 minutes of our hotel. But we also found the best Fish and Chips throughout all of Ireland in our estimation at the King's Head pub. Beer battered with ...
Today we bused (not sure that is actually a word) our way to Te cliffs of Moher we had funny bus drivers again all the blokes that work for paddy wagon tours are hilarious, we had a lovely coastal view and had a few stops along the way to take happy snaps along the beautiful coastal side however the true Irish weather was starting to come it today there was rain and wind and all the weather we had expected today but didn't stop us. We finally made it to ...
Well the weather is still less than conducive to sight seeing but we are soldiering on. Have had to miss some things as the rain was too heavy but have managed to see most of what we planned. We stayed thursday and Friday night in Killarney at the Best Western hotel, Elviston House which also houses the Danny Man Pub. It turned out to be a great location and even the promised noise from the Irish band that played each night wasn't heard by us in our ...
... in and said to hell with it. I was for the most part okay, but there was one point in my walk back to Galway downtown where the buses are located in which I felt like if I didn't find a bathroom soon, I could be faced with a very unfortunate situation.
What blew my mind though was when I asked the waitress about "corned beef" and the fact that I haven't seen any corned beef while in Ireland. She told me that corned beef ...