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- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Meal plan
- Free parking
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... a ZOO walking around temple bar. Bag inspections, lots of Garda, and it was packed within those few blocks, like NYC on new years eve, and I even ran into Eddie Minogue, from the host family! What a coincidence!
Th Fitzsimons was a huge place, 3-4 stories and they were up on the outside patio all the way on the top, and I met some nice irish people, and nice French people. The Bostonions had 'begun celebrating’ 1st thing in the morning, and they called ...
... ability to live in the highlands and in rocky terrain. They were originally from the Scottish highlands. I also took photos of the lovely scenery.
A short way down the road, we stopped for half an hour at Leenane with the picturesque Killary Harbour complete with Ireland’s only fjord. Along with photos of this majestic natural landscape, I took some photos of Gaynor’s Pub which was used in the filum (Martin’s word, ...
... was quite spectacular with not only a 13 pound roast turkey but a ham which we were in charge of. I was as stuffed as the large bird on the dining table before dessert was even served. It's funny how you find joy in the simplest things such as the discovery of hot port (a nice alternative to hot whiskey) as a means to keep warm through the Irish winter. We had a short stint in Galway for a few days ...
... for their cleverness of wit. Slightly more sober and cynical person: You realize in some places a 'loon' is a crazy person, so a 'loonie' is either a really crazy person, or the feminine counterpart to a loon. Drunk people: What do you think you are, an English teacher? No, it will be perfect! People everywhere will love it! * Some years later, Alex shows some Canadian currency to a man from South Africa * Alex: This is one of our coins, we call it a loonie. ...
... concert going on, we stay there for a while appreciating the classical music. However, our heads are rather sensitive from last night so we decide to leave the wind instruments behind and find somewhere for lunch. Paris decides that only the hair of the dog will sort us out so we indulge in a little alcoholic beverage with our sandwiches. It does the trick and we get a second wind. Another church to visit and the Galway museum later, we agree that we've had enough ...