Ostan Inis Oirr (Inisheer Hotel)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Willow, Aven, and Raegan who were staying in Galway for the night. We all decided to go out together and went on the pub crawl! We went to a few pubs and met a lot of people! One of the pubs had live music and we all had fun dancing and singing along to a lot of mainstream songs that they covered. The energy in Galway in contagious, everyone is so happy and friendly and it makes for a really fun night out when you're surrounded by so many great people! We ...
... a village called Bearna which is on Galway Bay and is really an outer suburb of Galway. We have not been able to find Laundromats but there are laundries that will do your washing for you but they want 24 hours. Not to be beaten we asked Tess if we could hand wash a few things and hang them on her line and she kindly offered to put them through her machine. Washing done while we read, hung out and dry within a couple of hours we are now set until we reach our apartment in Paris.
... Inis Oirr). We went to Inis Oirr. Since Irish is the native launguage everyone uses the Irish names of the islands and all the attractions on the island are only labeled using their Irish name. Inis Oirr is the smallest of the three islands and has the fewest tourists. The island is an extension of The Burrens in Co. Claire meaning much of the landscape is limestone. To clear their fields, the farmers stack the bricks of limestone creating many stone walls. If you look at an arial ...
... it which I regret as I doubt I will find another one. Oh well we live and we learn. Limerick was more beautiful than what I thought and such a Shame we did not get to stay here longer. We were only here long enough for a photo of the river, the castle and the cathedral before picking up our guide and then headed out of town to bunratty castle. Bunratty castle was built in the 15th centuary by ...
... The house was filled with Christmas trinkets, candles and beautiful fireplace pieces and included a real tree full of delicate decorations. This type of decorating isn’t just confined to the house but the gorgeous streets in the city are also decorated with real foliage and twinkly lights and even a real donkey! Christmas music played in the backround at every store, in the house ...