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... be advised. The sun was out so we walked along the promenade that runs along Galway Bay and took some photos....I know why the song says something like "as the sun goes down on Galway Bay" as I don't think it's possible to see a sunset due to the angle ..anyway we took a photo ...luckily we did it was overcast windy and rainy for the next 3 days and we never saw the sun again in Ireland. Met Mithcy Noreen ,John and Betty and MickRick at the E Bruin hotel.we started ...
... we walked down to the water and did a full lap of the park. There were lots of people training for rugby and soccer and lots of dog walkers. It was generally really nice but it was very windy even by Tassi standards. We then came back through the main pub and shop district to complete our walk. We looked in all the souvenir shops and also checked out a few of the pubs because tonight we definitely needed to have an Irish meal! The whole ...
... industry, and at least there's somewhere hopping in the EU right now, but Carrolls is in very large danger of outnumbering the pigeons we saw in that city. The question is, how do that many stores stay afloat? The obvious answer; gullible tourists like us. Lots and lots of them. There's another reason Dublin gets that shake if the head though (Saskatchewan is easy. It's just so flat there....) When visiting Dublin you will soon come across mention of this thing called an ...
... by myself I'm not sure where yet...
I'm hoping to keep this blog updated as often as I can as it seems like a nice way of recording of my trip while at the same time sharing it with everyone back home.
And now back to procrastination.. as usual i'm depending on the pressure of an actual flight to help finish off the packing process!
... But as she said, “Ah, nevermind. You'll be grand.”
And I was.
My first day in Galway I took a walk
along the Promonade (a walk along the shore which leads to a wall
people kick for good luck). I also wandered through town and ate
lunch at Sweet Pies, a place Jean and I had lovely tea in a cute
atmosphere. I went back home for a nap in preparation for my first
night at the pubs. I went to Tig Coilis, located ...