The Twelve Hotel
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So the thing about Ireland is that it consists of beautiful green countryside, sheep and cows, and lots of local history at every ruined castle and monetary. The problem with touring here, however, is the repetition. The last few days have been a fantastic reunion with family, but as for the sights, they are honestly a bit disappointing. Here is …
... more turns and smaller roads and no more traffic and we were getting a little nervous about finding our way back....when finally we pulled into the perfumery. What a pleasure! It was worth the scare. Such a quaint little place tucked into the countryside, surrounded by huge trees. Quite picturesque. See the picture in this blog. Collie, if you're readying, this is where I got your rock! They had the most beautiful herb and flower garden. They ...
... for hotel guests, although not too many people seemed to know it was there. We walked in and were given robes and led to a changing area. There were also typical spa services offered, although we didnt get any. We walked back to the leisure area and found a beautiful setup- there were some snacks, copies of the paper, chilled drinks and towels. There were both sauna and steam rooms, as well as lounge chairs inside and out with a gorgeous view. However, ...
... in town and there was some sort of art/film festival going on as well. Long story short, we couldn't find anywhere to stay for the second night, so we planned on taking a later bus into Limerick, so that we might be able to enjoy Galway for the day.
We walked the shops in the Latin Quarter in which we stayed. There were plenty of street performers and fun things to watch. I crossed paths with an Irish fellow who was ...
I'm back at the request of my fans -- well, one of them anyway.
I was too tired to write a blog yesterday as by the time we had dinner it was becoming quite late. Right now my tour director (She who must be obeyed -- as Rumpole would say) is planning tomorrow's adventure. So to catch you up on where we have been and what we have seen, here goes:
Yesterday we left Westport Quay and travelled south to Barna (just ten minutes west ...