The Savoy Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
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... sucks is we don't have wifi in our rooms, and my converter doesn't support my MacBook charger which actually happens to be dead. So I literally have no civilization right now at home until I figure it out. I am staying in an on campus apartment about a 4 minute walk tops to all buildings on campus. Quite a switch from the U. But it makes it nice when I want wifi it's not too far to get. Later we made it into downtown limerick and it's ...
We headed off through the towns of Milltown and Castlemaine before stopping for photos at the beachside town of Inch. We had a short stop at Dingle before going for a drive around the very scenic Slea Head. There was a bit of excitement when we encountered an oncoming car along the very narrow and winding cliff side road. There was a lot of shuffling in forwards and reverse for both the car and the ...
... The Burren. The Burren is an area of Ireland that is really rocky hills/mountains. Somewhere in the middle - is a spiritual rock formation ... Or burial ground. According to the information: this formation (man made) is about 1000 yrs older than Stonehenge. And they have no idea how they made it!!! After leaving the Burren, on my way to The cliffs of Moher - I didn't exactly get lost but I kinda was driving on a one ...
... like ripe little demons, the nasty buggers), when all of a sudden, I heard a few tuning notes on a LOUD guitar, and now a fantastic funk band is playing right outside my window, LOUDLY. The entire city can hear them, and I feel like I am getting it privately, all for me, as I sit inside and work away on a project. Bourke’s is hosting them – the publican warned me that this music would be happening all day. And my answer? I’m delighted! I mean, how often can you sit ...
... century. It is a big old place and has a lot of rambling streets. From Waterford we head to Rosslare to take the ferry on Wednesday. We have crossed the south of Ireland, toured the Ring of Kerry and travelled along it's southern coast. I have decided that if doing Ireland again, more time is needed to appreciate all it has to offer. We have met lovely people, been in great pubs, seen lovely places with awesome and spectacular scenery we will be ...