Lough Rea Hotel And Spa
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... statue of a relative "Jim Larkin". After a long walk and finishing up in a dangerous part of town I walked into a shop for some directions. The lady after giving me directions and also telling me to put my IPad in my bag while in this area it is not a good area to be showing these things, I set sail and after another long walk I found what I was look for. I forgot to tell you I had KFC for lunch. The photos are on my phone which haven' t come across to my IPad yet, but ...
Managed to VIBER phone Sherben this morning. couldn't skype, mine was updating. On the advice of the young guy at reception in the Hotel, we walked into to Galway centre and found Nemo's cafe down by the river/bay. Breakfast was excellent, and an extremely popular place, the most delightful compact cafe on the Galway waterfront. No view, as it was like being in JAIL. 1mtr thick stone walls and tiny wee windows with grates. ...
... about it! Ha ha. I kid
but the guy who’s job it is to hold people while they lean down and kiss it
will be gabbing on about the man handling he got to do that’s for sure. We
tried to get a sneaky photo ourselves but ended having to pay for the one of
Briony as she had some things getting in the way…..
A quick lunch of vegemite and cheese on
rolls and the tour moves on to Killarney, a nice little town, which is our bed
stop for the ...
Today was a day trip to the largest of the Aran Islands -- Inis Mor. Took a bus ride and then a choppy ferry ride from Ireland to the island in squally, wet weather. It was funny to watch the crew patrolling the aisles of seats, looking for passengers who were looking green in the face and passing out barf bags! I had no problem -- must have been well-trained riding in the back end of the plane on the pretty turbulent flight to Ireland. We went to ...
... work is very good, but it holds a fantastic secret that shoots it into brilliance! The faces he uses for the gods, goddess' and folklore heroes are all taken from photos he has snapped of homeless people on his travels. In this way he is managing to give these people something they hadn't or were unlikely to ever receive; admiration and recognition from whomsoever looks at the paintings in admiration. I personally had really liked his unfinished drawing of a man ...