Lough Rea Hotel And Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... crepes, the kids retired for an evening of screens while the adults continued their card playing ways. Around 10 the screens went off and the kids joyfully all gathered in the Sego's bunk room for a sleep over while the grow ups continued playing cards in the main room warmed by the fire in the Franklin stove. If it's gonna rain, it's nice to have a cozy place to be inside while it does ...
... up with Barbara, who longer works as the secretary due to health reasons, and met some of the PHysios family. For example, conor's father wore an australian looking hat and i said to Conor, "I didn't know your father owned Jurassic Park!", Conor got a good laugh and told me to tell his dad, and his parents were both so nice, the mother having done a great bit of travelling and stating how happy for me she was I was here. The Minister of Enterprise came and cut the ...
... left there was a queue of about 12 waiting for a table. Before catching the noon hop on/off bus for the next 1.15hr, we stopped by the toilet in Eyre Sq. Three self washing toilets in a steel building 20p€. It was hilarious, an American woman (our age) was speaking to the door, her friend was inside and couldn't get out, and she was going to try and get in without paying. Eventually her friend was let out and ...
... all over. Not necessarily a similar night for Julie who couldn't sleep thanks to the noises made by party people, followed at 5am by the delivery and trash trucks, all of this accompanied by the sounds of a cat in need! Once out of our shower that looked more like a closet, we went on our first road trip, on our way to Limerick to visit the eventful King John's castle (built in 1212). After an improvised picnic with a view of the Bunratty castle, it's with high expectations ...
... tale. Had lunch at a very old local pub/restaurant -- smoked salmon open-face sandwich with the ubiquitous chips and a glass of Guinness. Getting a taste for it!! People watching was great -- I saw an old Irish woman who you might think was the quintessential washerwoman or maybe a witch -- was dying to take her picture but didn't want to be rude. Her face actually looked quite masculine with a few long hairs springing from ...