Glasson Country House Hotel & Golf Club
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- Free parking
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... or ugly weather. Fortunately it stopped just long enough for us to visit the castle and telescope in the grounds of Birr Castle. Unfortunately it started again and forced us from the waterfall, lake and formal gardens. At Birr Castle there's a fascinating science museum because the third Earl and his subsequent family took an inordinate interest in telescopes and astronomy and went on to build the then biggest telescope in the ...
... get into the spirit of adventure as I headed to Athlone. The original plan was to just drop my bags of at my Bed and Breakfast, and then continue on the N4 going towards Galway to explore it for the day. The total trip until Galway should have taken about three hours, minus the half-hour or so I expected detouring to Athlone to drop stuff off. But what kind of traveler would I be if I had actually stuck to the plan? Instead I embarked on the 1.5-hour or so journey to ...
... Everyone is so incredibly friendy, even the security at the pub have a nice conversation with you, much different to Australia I thought!!! We spent yesterday looking around Dublin - millennium spire, Liffey river, o'connel street, grafton street, Henry street, trinity college, temple bar area and much more! It's quite a small city but it's really nice how you can just walk everywhere! We went to dinner at a place ...
After sharing with you all the unexpected events I experienced, my new challenges and the moods of a city girl in the countryside, it's now the time to talk about lovely and amazing moments of my internship!
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Of all the moment spent in Ireland, it's definitely my favorite! Tea time is an important moment in the daily life of Irish people. Indeed, ...
... accommodation. We ended up choosing Galway and the scenery of the Burren region. At this point is was 8pm and we were pretty hungry. We were hoping for a good Irish pub meal as we had had soup and stuff the last few days but all the places near our hostel had either stopped serving food or didn't have any vegetarian options so we ended up going to a TGI Friday restaurant that was nearby. Then we had to head home and get packed so that we could leave Dublin behind the next ...