West County Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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I've read and seen countless travel blogs online, and it was time to create my own. A few minutes in the middle of a long day was all i needed to gather the required energy to put finger to screen and start spewing forth. This will be a means for me to document my plans, ideas, maps and travel journals in the run-up to and eventual ...
We didn't get back until late last night, so you're getting the blog this morning.
We started the crawl by meeting at Oliver St. John Golgarty's pub in Temple Bar district. I was worried that the rest of the crawl would be like this place: loud, crowded and hot. Fortunately we immediately moved to a "traditional" pub down the street. We had a private room just for the crawl. There were 2 musicians that lead us around. Booster played ...
... Courtney and Melissa's hair move as they were just that close. We ordered our food and thoroughly enjoyed not only the food, but particularly the entertainment. What a fabulous way to conclude our "European Adventures." We stayed there until the band and dancers wrapped up their set for the night. It turns out that the dancers were form members of the Lord of the Dance troupe and had travelled around the world performing, and we got to see them for ...
... say this past week has been outstandingly nice and not ordinary for Irish weather. They said they get about 2 weeks of sunshine a year and week number 1 is just finishing up. This is the nicest it gets and it is still pleasantly cool, about a high of 21-22. Still a bit cloudy with a nice wind. In general, it is very overcast or raining. I love it though. In some ways it is the same as many places we have been.. lots of tourists ...
... we had to revert to kippers for a change!!
The next day we started our lepricorn's journey around the highways and bye-ways armed with handfuls of tourist information and recommendations from the lady and security guard in the Irish Travel office in Dublin. Our odyssey included visits to castles, river sites, coastal areas and towns as we meandered across the south of Ireland and then up the west coast to the north of Galway before, sadly we had to return to Dublin ...