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- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Free parking
- Meal plan
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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 ...
... that had the restaurant Dirty Nelly's next to it. We only had fifteen minutes at this stop so all we had time for was to use the bathroom. After that we headed on towards Limerick to drop off some people. Then we headed to the city. Once we arrived, we got a taxi to bring us to the hotel which is on one of the main roads that lead into the city center. Since it was a long day, we settled in the hotel room. I got to spend the week ...
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July 3rd – Wednesday
Adam and I got in a little quarrel on the bus about our email lists
Then we got in another quarrel about where to sleep in the airport
Finally Adam found a prime ...
... Check out the photos! After our fun but exhausting tour, we said goodbye to Shannon as she was heading back to Dublin to join her family. Monique and I made our first dinner back at the hostel, which consisted of pasta and sauce. It was the ritz! We had dinner with Chris and then just chilled in the lounge and listened to some people singing and playing the guitar. We were both feeling a bit under the weather so we needed a night to just relax!Our hostel in Galway ...
... the Claddagh shop, the rings are stamped as proof that they come from the shop that made them first in 1750 and have the rights for the actual invention.. other's can sell them of course but they are replica's. Had to buy one each.. SO pretty. THEN we went into a TATTOO shop! I have always had it in my mind that I wanted one here sooooooo asked and YUP... turns out they had a guest tattoo artist who just arrived into town so Sammy gave me the SWEETEST TATT ...