Westgrove Hotel and Conference Centre
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... time to play! We were taught the games of handball, Gaelic football, and hurling. Handball was a blast because it is just like racquetball minus the racquet. It does make your hand hurt after awhile though. Next, we learned the game of Gaelic football. This is a mixture of American soccer and rugby. It was very hard to understand because one I'm not good with my feet and second I cannot kick it very far ...
... the wall of fame, bridges with locks of lovers locked to it, we experienced Irish pubs and music, made friends with locals, and just walked everywhere taking in the sights. We saw cop chases, including a helicopter, we rode the luas up and down the streets, went into shops, and just took in as much as we could. I cannot wait to get the full ...
... used for hosting official State visits as well as more informal foreign affairs engagements, State banquets, and Government policy launches. The tour began outside, progressed underground to the archeological digs back in 1960s - 1980s where the moat and remains of the powder tower were discovered. Hundreds of yrs ago some part of the castle caught fire (as they all seemed to back then) and to prevent it reaching the powder tower they blew a hole in ...
... the people on it and had just meshed the two groups together. We drove the rest of the way down to the Dingle Peninsula to a town called Annascula, where we were staying that night. The hostel was one of the Paddywagon hostels called the Randy Leprechaun. Took us about 2-3 hours to drive there from the castle. We all got checked in and headed up to our rooms to freshen up a bit before dinner. We ended up sharing with Mel, the 2 Polish boys and the Kiwi girl. We had dinner at the ...
... the explanation) as it in no way resembles a well being in fact a small tree covered hill. Clooties Well is a superstitious place where people of the highlands come and place articles of loved ones clothing who are sick in the hopes that it might help them get better. It was a strange and somber place to walk and while interesting was not a place I'd choose to linger. It was then onto the hostel in Inverness and we arrived in time to have a brief rest before ...