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- Babysitting service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Meal plan
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... and this was just a local church! It was quite impressive!
The next day, we visited Adare which is a lovely, 13th century heritage village in County Limerick, built on the banks of the River Maigue. It was a major settlement in the Middle Ages with a castle and 3 monasteries. The castle and the Franciscan monastery are now ruins, but the Augustinian and Trinitarian monasteries are still in use (after renovations and additions) as the Protestant ...
... has 100% viscose scarfs. So, I ended up buying a viscose scarf and the last pashmina scarf.
After returning to Aarons girlfriends place for the second time that day, I made dinner for the family. Sweet potato cottage pie, it was. It went down a treat. However, there was not enough to go around for seconds. After dinner, we played some games and did some more drinking which called for a late night.
That was the end of the fourth day.
... on his driving trip! Leonie and Glenn are spending the morning looking at some things before meeting up with us along the way. We head to Macroom on the N 22, with the weather a bit brighter today, the sun is actually trying to shine through the heavy cloud. We stopped in a beautiful little town of Macroom, and around one of the back lanes discovered Bealick Mill, an old water mill nestled alongside a small river.we drive through back roads ...
... houses of the upper class. There also was a village with shops, a pub, a post office that were operating and also a school house, a doctors house and 2 mills. There were farm animals and of cause the souvenir shop at the exit.
We returned to the B & B and inquired about recommendations for dinner. Bridgy recommended the Cornstore in Limerick, it won best restaurant in 2012. On the way there we almost went up a one way street the wrong way, the signage ...
... does not understand the concept of bacon.
39. Ireland clearly does understand the concept of Guinness.
40. Yes, it is acceptable to drink a beer with breakfast in the student courtyard.
41. Yes, it is even more acceptable to do this with a professor.
42. 35% is what you need to pass a course.
43. Care packages will save your life.
44. Football (soccer) is a lifestyle.
45. Showers are cold. So are your rooms. Outside is warmer.
46. No one in ...