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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- 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 ...
... the walls being built some time in the early 1600s. The walls run for about 1.5km around the inner city and we take a quick walk atop them - they are adorned with the usual cannons and memorial plaques explaining various points along the way. The weather was slightly chilly so we headed to the nearest coffee shop for another exceptional cappuccino and scone. They sure do know how to ...
... to get another chance another night.
Today left Westport, a beautiful town, has a river running through the centre and every second building is a pub!!!!!! Drove along the scenic route past Clew bay to a town called Murrisk. There is a bronze ship sculpture, the coffin ship, a famine memorial. Across the road is Croagh Patrick. Time was against us and the lady at guest house said after all the ...
... dancing and ate a bowl full of cocktail sausages (this is an actual appetizer on the menu that is simple a fry basket full of about 30 mini sausages, for sharing). There we met a group of men coming from a wake, or maybe out celebrating an upcoming wedding, or perhaps both? I can't quite recall. The older gentlemen spun us around the dance floor, cheeks flaming red from the drink and eyes ablaze with laughter. I believe it was with them we moved onto ...
... driving the buggy! Tom’s game is really improving and he is very excited about getting into golf properly when we get home.
We had a late lunch at the clubhouse, watching the Irish player Rory McIlroy playing superbly in the PGA Tournament, much to everyone’s pleasure. We were not surprised to later hear he went on to win it. Then we piled into the car to drive ...