The Savoy Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Hot tub
- High-speed internet in room
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... but we weren't sure if we needed them). We got into their friends dorm from one of her roommates (she was still traveling until later that night). We played some cards in her apartment for a while and, after asking the nice reception man where to go, we went to eat dinner! It was a really cute campus restaurant with really comfortable sofas as the seats! After dinner we just relaxed, I met their friend when she got home, and we went to sleep with the plan of sleeping ...
We woke up at Ashford Castle to yet another rainy and windy morning and sat down for an incredible Irish breakfast in the main dining area. Foods of all types were laid out in the room: smoked fish and cheeses, various fruit, irish breads, fresh ham, homemade jams, and irish puddings. Our intention was to explore more of Galway before heading to the Cliffs of Moher and Limerick.
We said our goodbyes to ...
... view mirrors. There certainly is a polite driving etiquette here too - move over; give way...and be careful of sheep - they might be on the road! haha.
The Cliffs were definitely a highlight! The driver/guide couldn't believe how amazing the weather was. He said it was just as good as any summer day - just a little cooler. Nice. The travel gods were shining down on me ...
Monday, 16 September 2013
To my dearest trusty readers. Here I am, round two of my adventures in Ireland. I hesitated with the idea of writing a blog for a few reasons – 1) that since this is my second year on the Emerald Isle, concepts or stories will no longer be novel, 2) I'm starting a PhD (Yeah that’s right!) and will be thus forced to write until my ears start oozing words, and 3) What’s the point?
That third question hit me the hardest. Since ...
... around sightseeing.
The south-west of Ireland is very lovely – and we’ve been lucky with the weather so have seen the countryside at its best. There are some lovely houses – in the middle of nowhere – painted in white, cream, terracotta etc – lovely earthy colours which look very picturesque against the lush green of the countryside. For those who know Ireland, we drove ...