West County Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... so far. And that
several have become friends, not as in Facebook Friends. My last host in
Ireland, Helen, is a very cool woman, and she is a very good reason to return
and finish my exploration of the island.
I also got to know her friend, Angela, who generously took a day
to drive me to wild and woolly Glendaloch.
Angela fits this landscape well, perhaps without the woolly part. A glacial valley
in County Wicklow, Ireland, it is renowned for ...
... foreign countries except the United States or the country of origin. The paratha was also not as expected, it was a whole wheat bread and not nearly as flaky or buttery, that was a disappointment. The samosas were good though.
Tomorrow we are planning to see Trinity College with the Book of Kells, the Guinness brewery, and perhaps that National Archaeological Museum where they supposedly have some bog mummies. I am excited to see bog mummies.
After a late breakfast we had a coach tour of Dublin. It's a busy day on Dublin due to the Hurling. Mary, we found 64A Baggot Street- the site where Catherine McCauley established her first home for poor women. Those women who worked with her became the foundation members of the Sisters of Mercy. The museum etc isn't open on a weekend so we just took photos of the outside. Had a casual lunch in St ...
... couple of street performers, one of which was attracting a large crowd. We stayed and watched and were entertained. It was fun. He was basically a juggler, but wrapped a lot of comedy around his routine. For instance, at one point he reminded the kids not to try these things at home (such as juggling flaming torches or knives), as it much more fun to try it at school!
We really enjoyed St. Stephen's Green. What a beautiful park! We took a slow stroll through it on ...
... the freakiest thing ever and if anyone ever does that to me I will put them in a mental home. I got picked up by Emma today and went back to her place before going out to meet her almost-sister-in-law for her birthday. How is Sinead O'Reilly for an Irish name! Then we had a late dinner and I got given the cutest little room ever!! And that was my day!! Lisa ...