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... and Leisure Club here which has a spa, work out facilities and a pool which Carolyn plans to use tonight. There is a bar cafe and a restaurant both of which are quite large. Because we arrived so early we had plenty of time to relax and get caught up on stuff. We are looking forward to our flight out of Ireland to Liverpool on Sunday morning.... the next phase of our trip.
... by train 9th January - Zurich , by train 13th January - Prague , by train 19th January -St. Petersburg, flying via Riga (with a 12 hour layover!) 22nd January - Moscow , by train (overnight) 24th January - Beijing, by Vodkatrain (via Mongolia) 14th of February - South Korea by boat and train. After that it is adventure ...
... in Ireland with a very large and quite upmarket selection of food.
In the early evening we walked a little way down the promenade towards Galway and came across an arena with a high diving board, crowded with kids jumping into the bay, and a marked swimming course stretching 2 kilometres along the shore. There were plenty of wetsuited people doing the swim. In fact we were impressed by ...
... it shows the town to the North. Another map shows it on the highway!
Also roads change name at every intersection they cross. To help with this, they have an aversion to labeling streets - or if they do they are sporadic, in strange places and covered with ivy!
Also, it seems that the Irish are not that great at directions either (perhaps why they’re all so willing to help?). Today when we ...
... time; the floors have been redone to be accurate; a 'guide' in each room stands ready to explain and expound! After we had all wandered the castle or the grounds or both, we got back on the bus and drove to the National Stud Farm and Japanese Garden. The Garden was lovely (I have some photo's); it's set up as a garden of life and goes from infancy to old age (of course), complete with a river (stream, really) of life, a tunnel of ignorance (for youth), a bridge of ...