Galway Oyster Hotel
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... had grown up in Ferry Point at Passage West. We couldn't find Ferry Point but found a place called Ferry Port just outside Passage West so got pictures both here & on the water at Passage West. We also managed to find the only cache in Passage West. Exciting morning.
... going again. I'd have to roll all the way back down to the bottom backwards and start all over. Fortunately, I make it back okay, only to find the three of them lined up on the balcony staring into the parking lot wondering if I'll ever return. Oh, ye of little faith. Like right... Anyway, we clean up and get organized and decide to let Abby take a much needed nap in her crib. As soon as she wakes, though, it's time to hit the ...
... much nicer by the buskers placed along the walk, an accordion player, and a couple of harpists. We climbed up a tower there, which I assume used to be a sentry tower or watch tower of some kind, called O'Briens tower. After a bit (could have probably done with some more time here!), we got back on the bus and went to our next stop, which wasn't really a tourist attraction, but more just a stop on the side of the road. Mark called it the mini cliffs, or the baby cliffs. But ...
... did - I regretted it big time!!! Look up words/phrases like:
- reserve tickets
- tomorrow< /li>
- how much?
- student price
- no thanks
- I don't understand
- than kyou
6. You might not have as much free time as you think while away. Don't go overboard ...
... are able to grow side-by-side. Some of the species are so rare that they are only found in The Burren. It was definitely unlike any landscape I'd ever seen!
When we emerged from the Burren, we headed to Galway. It was a bit later than we'd liked and because it was Sunday evening there wasn't much open, but Galway seems like a really fun city! We walked the pedestrian street, Shop Street, and had dinner there ...