Westgrove Hotel and Conference Centre
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- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... her blocked ears checked out. She was sick of the deaf jokes and not hearing the offers of expensive gifts I was making for her birthday. She has infected ears for her birthday and is now on a course of antibiotics. Trinity College. The Book of Kells. Trinity college is amazing. It is in the heart of town and occupies a large area with grey, stone buildings built around a number of ovals or quadrangles. It is a vibrant, working university. ...
... helmets - all in the name of winning a 'Galway Hooker' tee shirt) which we did not win. This tour seems to be one of the few on earth where there are more kiwis than Australians. It's weirdly satisfying. We get on really well with everyone as well which makes for a good few days. As we head from Galway to Killarney we do some rock hopping as we make our way out to a view point to get a photo at the 'baby' cliffs of Moher and then over the road to check out the barren 'not ...
... s Square project (an area of Public speaking) and to the Temple Bar Food Market every Saturday.
The Cow's Lane Market is a fashion and design market which takes place on Cow's Lane every Saturday.Part of the 13th century Augustinian Friary of the Holy Trinity is visible within an apartment/restaurant complex called "The Friary.
... have ever had. We walked to his house, he told me not to open the window (in case of burglary which apparently happens in the area) and then went with his mate to the pub. Which left me lying awake in a strange house in an area I didn't know praying that no one gets in through the locked window. Let's hope tomorrow gets better. Lisa ...
... garden which was very cute, Dublin Castle, Christ Church, Old Dublin Wall, then walked along River Liffey, National Museum: Archeaology (seeing mostly the exhibits on Bronze age gold, Viking Ireland and Medieval Ireland). We left the museum at 5:00 when it closed. We then walked right to a tiny food place that we found the day before called "Yum Thai" where we each got a ...