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Ian and I took a morning and afternoon walks around Galway; I think we saw most of it. We walked along the coast line and up to their university, stopping in a cathedral along the way back. The mural was next to an elementary school which I thought my sisters would appreciate :) Ian has other photos he will be posting ...
... weather forecasts we were tracking (it didn't get in our way but the weather had been wet, foggy, sunny, windy, humid, dry, and cloudy... often at the same time and it seemed to change every few minutes) but cab drivers usually know better than most, so we raced down to the cliffs (and had a rare sunny clear day just as the cabbie predicted). Signage suggests that the Cliffs are the most visited site in Ireland and they are pretty impressive even ...
... 8221;, so and my God it was 14 euros for an audlt, imagine a poor family having to go, anyways, so susan said ‘ahhh yes emm we live in Kylemore and were hoping to get in for free”, and your woman says “oh? You live in Kylemore? Year round? Who’re your parents, you’re full time resicents?”, and susan said “yep, Carmel is my mother and we live there with our grandmother”, and your woman says, “ahh carmel! Yes, you got it ...
... for lunch and a little walkabout. I was a bit disappointed, I think because of the crowds. There are large pedestrian streets, but they were crowded. We all walked around a bit, even did a little shopping.
Maybe I wasn't in the mood to visit a city, so it didn't appeal to me or maybe it is better for a night visit. There were street ...
... Henchey and the various things to do around the area. We got to see County Clare (the county we were in) play another county in a hurling match on the pub television. We had a feeling on the way in that there was a big match because we saw herds of people in blue and yellow jerseys all walking in the same direction. Hurling is basically a mix between lacrosse and football; ...
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