Harbour Hotel Galway
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As I was saying in my previous post, early Friday morning Ian and I took a train to get to Galway and check out the western coast of Ireland. After a 2.5 hour train ride, we were looking to check out the Cliffs of Moher. However, most bus trips leave at 10/11 and stop at other points along the way, and taxi drivers charge a lot to take people down …
... lol. And Gabizinha driver still now night, we begin to have the impression that the roads had been even closer to the point of not being possible to pass two cars. And we started laughing tirelessly with the desperation of our driver when he saw a car in the opposite direction. It seemed that she had seen a ghost in the darkness of that highway lit only by the moon. She screamed "one carrooooo .... a car .... and now ????". Cried laughing. And as a beautiful romantic comedy ...
My best friend from USA, come to Europe to study one semester abroad, when she told me I was so happy because finally she could see all my life here!!
So we decided to make a trip over Ireland, cause I have always wanted to go there, since the moment i watched PS I LOVE YOU ( sad story), so we bought the flights, for a week, and we decided that because one of my favourite songs is ĘThe Galway GirlĘ it was a ...
... rivalry the eve before the match, even some of the French rugby competitors. I however was not as interested in celebrating the brutal sport as I was in finding my first taste of local music and so I went out in search of traditional Irish tunes, which weren't hard to find. I found The Fitzsimon's Temple Bar where an attractive couple river danced to the accompaniment of the Simon & Garfunkel of Ireland. Their quick and snappy feet gained ...
... the cliffs. After leaving the Cliffs of Moher, we drove through the Burren which is rock formations along the coastline, and then around the shores of Galway Bay to Galway. The Ardilaun Hotel is our fanciest hotel yet and dinner was amazing. I had carrot and white bean soup, grilled hake fish with potatoes and vegetables and raspberry cheesecake for dessert. We ...