Limerick Strand Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... but the Cliffs took my breath away. We walked along side them and I took a ton of pictures! I will be going back multiple times before I leave I hope. Next we went to Aillwee cave. Although I enjoyed it... it was not as exciting as the Cliffs or the beach. Paths had been set up for tourists and we had a guide who was very young... I was hoping for more of an adventure.. Oh Well, I'll have to move ...
... from zero to 15 degrees. We saw a bit of hail, but no snow......Thank God!!!!! It is a good thing that we are a hearty lot with Canadian and Irish genes. My brave husband headed out on his bike this morning with his golf clubs securely mounted on his back and a toque pulled tight on his head. We have four more nights on the boat and then we pick up our van and head north for more Irish adventures. What kind of adventures will we ...
... a little shocking. Hot enough to drink our beers a little more than we normally would have.
Today we decided to venture out and check out a famous Irish sports match. It's called 'Hurling'. To me it appeared to be a mix between lacrosse, rugby, and handball (youtube for an example). We sat in the sports bar and basically did what everyone else did - meaning we drank and ate, and when everyone cheered, we cheered, and when everyone threw ...
... restaurants, and not as much fun when you are on your own most of the time. But then again, in Ireland, the restaurant culture is not as big as in the states. But we decided to treat ourselves, this time and indulged in delicious goodness.
Fast forward to my thesis meeting. Thesis is on! I had a great talk with my adviser on all things thesis and writing schedule. Oh, and we also discussed that dreaded paper for Norway. Let me tell you all ...
... wetter and drearier. But I don't mind. My housemate's girlfriend
looked out the window the other day and exclaims, "Is that snow?" Sure
enough, we saw the low hills near us covered in a blanket of white. She
then dreaded, "It's coming," as if the snow looming in our near future
was the creature from the black lagoon. I wear my Bulgarian friend's
coat when I go out, so I am cozy warm. Bring on the snow! Bring on my