Herbert Park Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... wayward son. Oh we did find a barber but they were closed so tomorrow's job is to tidy up the hair n the beard... Our Galway B n B is Gorgeous with the most friendly couple. Off for a huge day exploring tomorrow destinations Cork / Kinsale. Weather has been windy and cold but I'm loving it. Thank God for hot flushes!!! Oh and Donna... My packing guru... I am proud to say I ended up with 16kgs checked baggage!!! Yay!!! Room for shopping!!!! Love ...
... first St Particks day in a while where i wasnt drunk by noon. im changing, not sure if im okay with that. There was so much to see and do there, no time for day drinking. Its nothing like Canada where we just get hammered ALL DAY. There holiday has meaning. the Parade was huge, however i wasnt fully impressed, i expected it to be Irish, the music, the dancing. it was much like the Santa Clause Parade at home. "Santa" at the end, St ...
... issues whom Kathy evaluated on earlier that I sat on, so it was interesting to see the eval by Kathy and then how Conor approached it, he's grand, they're all so fantastic here, and Paul’s awesome baby came in! I jumped around and he wouldn't take his eyes off of me! ha, awww. I had to go to Burgh Qay within the 1 month of my being in Ireland regarding my working holiday visa soo I then arrived around 12:30pm, just like the DMV, but worrse, got my #, your man said "you'll be ...
... built in recent years, and now mainly a meeting place!
Took the light rail to the Guinness Storehouse. Had lunch, including "free" Guinness for John, before doing the self guided brewery tour. Apparently they brew 3 million pints a day!! So now we know all about whiskey and beer making!
Then a taxi home. Met up again with Paul who took us to dinner.
So great to be welcomed warmly by all my Irish relatives, some of whom I had not seen for ...
... now a landowner in Ireland. I purchased a small square of land in Donegal. I hope to visit it someday in the future, but it's not quite big enough to build on, but I will plant a Canadian flag on it for posterity. There was some authentic Irish entertainment when we got back onboard. It was great to hear some of the classics and see some step dancing. Tonight was an Olde English Pub Night which was offered at 2 different times, 7:45 and 9:30. Okay, it's time for me to ...