Kilmurry Lodge Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... college. It's so beautiful here! Everything is so green it's unreal. We arrived at campus around 9, unpacked, and met up at the student union for breakfast and coffee(much needed). I met a few girls there but was way too sleep deprived to be included in much civilization. After that I kinda just walked around campus and explored alone for a while. None of my roommates were here yet so of course I was getting lonely. Oh another thing ...
... go back to Harrods when we go back to London. I also enjoyed the Scottish highlands, the moorland through Balmoral Estate was truly spectacular with the heather in flower. Temple Bar in Dublin certainly was a highlight of the last two weeks as well. I'll be happy to be finished with churches, cathedrals and castles. I am a little weary of the constant travel of the bus, but I know it will settle once we've finished this tour. 6 and a half weeks to ...
After another blah hotel breakfast (toast and ham) I checked out of the hotel and headed to the Galway's Saturday market. Fresh fish, bread, cheese and veggies. I found a doughnut maker!!! For less that 1 €, I had the best doughnut of my life!!!!! That is what a calorie should taste like!!! I also stopped by Galway bakery for a coffee castle and a coconut macaroon for later! Leaving Galway, I head south ... ...
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We’ll end here after Day 10 of our trip. We will cover our visit to Londonderry, Ireland in the next blog. ...
... US, Netherlands, and Philippines at number four with 40%. Don’t ask me where these numbers came from or how they were figured out. Though I think this is interesting, nonetheless.
Lastly, at least for now, yet very exciting for me to discover: Tea! The Irish LOVE their tea. They drink Irish tea, which is really just a black tea that’s far more exciting than Lipton. The most popular brands that I’ve seen are ...