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... Tuam and then into Galway.
Pick of the bunch so far in Ireand is Galway - great town and lots of Irish Music. We spent the next few hours just wandering the centre of the city and the streets. Joe had a typical Irish guinness stew for dinner tonight.
Staying in another B&B tonight on the ocean front hosted by Brenda. Very welcoming and made us a coffee and cake when we arrived.
Next stop America!
... au Monroe's Tavern où les mardis sont les soirées les plus populaires grâce à leur spectacle de danse irlandaise... genre de troupe comme "Les étoiles dansantes", mais version Irish! J'me suis vraiment retenue pour ne pas aller danser avec eux!! Mais un couple ivre a très bien su me remplacer en se joignant aux danseurs! Disons que les "continentals irlandais" ne semblent pas innés pour tous! Assises stratégiquement au ...
... left Dublin and headed for Galway. On the way we stopped for coffee and delicious scones. When we arrived in Galway we took a bus tour of the city. It is a beautiful, quaint, well kept city. We were given time to do some shopping and get a bite of lunch. After lunch we took a walking tour of the city and ended up at the cathedral in Dublin. The best part of all ...
... to me. Everything was green and everyone was nice, the towns were home to only hundreds of people and thousands of cows. The whole trip was planned by our guide, Caroline, who was really young and enthusiastic, and really wanted us to have a good time. We went out to the different pubs both nights to get a feel for what nightlife was like in those places. Doolin was the birthplace of Irish music, so although ...
So, during our day in Dublin, which was great, but probably overrated, we started asking around about the most beautiful place in all of Ireland. What absolutely can't be missed? And surprisingly, the answer was overwhelmingly Galway. Galway? Where's that? On the opposite side of the country? No, that's too far... Turns out, not really. Two and a half hours. That's not too bad, but then we'd have to find a place to stay and pack bags, yada yada. So we're kicking it around ...