Inis Meain Restaurant & Suites
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I started today with a walking tour, what better way to get to know a town. There were only three of us on the tour, the pamphlet said it started at 10.30 but when no-one turned up I rang the number and it was actually re-scheduled for 11.30. Its definitely the end of tourist season. So about Galway, the first village here was built up by the Mor De Burgo family (the Burkes) who were an Anglo-Norman family. They invited 14 families to come join them, 12 Anglo-Norman ...
... shops and a laundromat. The first rain as opposed to a passing shower fell while we were waiting. Umbrellas and raincoats came out as did the sun after about thirty minutes. The river beside our hotel is crystal clear with all the stormwater from the earlier shower. It is a balmy 18 degrees here and having found a cheap Internet phone to sort out banking transfer problems we are ready to take on the best that Quay St has to ...
... used his credit card to buy myself a Claddagh Ring from the only store that still makes them here!! The city center was PACKED! I was glad I left Mike in the hotel because he would have hated all the crowds. Came back and got ready for dinner. Most of the dinner choices in the hotels are all the same and I m getting pretty tired of hotel restaurant food. I didn't want to deal with the crowds in the city center but I wanted ...
... and ancient cemetery's and churches. We stopped and had lunch in a cute town called Doolin, and I had amazing home made soup! We made it up to the cliffs and oh my goodness they were amazing. Ireland's weather is so unexpected but we happened to have picked a perfect day and it only rained a little! The cliffs are so gorgeous and I attached a picture so you can check it out. It was so steep and you had to be really careful walking around it but it's amazing and ...
... I had to climb at least 4 or 5 staircases). It was definitely stupid of me not to have packed my stuff before leaving for the pubs, but so it was. I decided to leave my stuff there and pack in the morning. However, it was already past 3 AM so I didn't have much sleep left... in the end, I think got around 3 or 4 hours until I had to get up again. Naturally, after so little sleep I felt dead and still a little bit tipsy.
Either way, I think what I liked best ...