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... seem way more special than anything found in any tourist shop to me. Obviously, I had to purchase one or two of them. She also explained why and where she took the photos I chose. I was so enamoured with how nice and lovely the lady was that I wanted to give her a tip on the price (I mean, seriously, the woollen hat I bought only cost 15 euros! I was expecting much more… and the cards 40 cents each). But she simply wouldn’t have it and insisted on giving it back. I then ...
Written by Rebecca
It's always a little strange to be in another country on July 4th, since it seems like any regular day. We decided to take the day for ourselves, slept late, ate the rather ordinary hotel breakfast, and spent the morning and most of the afternoon working and blogging in the room. We did venture out for lunch in the hotel bar.
About 4:00, ...
Left Ballyduff and had a nice trip to Galway. Massive roadworks around the city plus some dodgy Irish directions made it soul searching on the final leg, but it was worth it. Best accommodation yet in a lovely converted loft, on a farm right on the outskirts of the city.
Visited the old part of the city in ...
... docks is a good place to live as it is really quiet when you come back from partying and in the other hand, it is 5 minutes walking from the city center.
As it is written above, Galway is a vibrant city and I really liked going in the colorful main street, Shop Street, because there was always a lot of people going to shops or pubs. The week-end, the street was packed of people with all 10 meters music bands playing. To go out at night, the city is amazing, ...
... interesting, just a couple of pretty pubs.
Okay, now for a little geology lesson. The Burren is what geologists call a karst topography. It’s made of limestone bedrock that is extremely sensitive to weathering. The wind and the rain carve their way through the rock, creating lots of crevices and holes and caves underneath. Normal topography drains water through streams, lakes, and rivers. But in karst topography, there are ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet