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Dining in Galway…

Irish Harp Beer

Late Wednesday afternoon we checked into Sleepzone. The room for the night cost 1 Euro each, or the equivalent of $1.36 Canadian. Sadly, I paid significantly more for parking that night.

My mom and I were greeted by my friend David, who I had met while
attending a semester at the University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic. He flew from Sweden to meet us and join our travels.
 
We were recommended this little restaurant by a local. It certainly did not disappoint.
 
 

Irish Stew and Veg

The order was a plate of Traditional Irish Stew with Veg (potatoes (whole and mashed), carrots and cabbage/green vegetables. A hungry man’s portion indeed.
 
After filling up on the main course, we treated ourselves to a dessert of Bailey’s Cheesecake.
Bailey’s Cheesecake

  I highly recommend the cheesecake, as the perfect way to end a great Irish meal.

 
Food in Ireland, like Newfoundland and Labrador would tease and tantalize the taste buds.
 
We left the restaurant very satisfied. Despite the rain, we decided to walk the streets and find a good pint and some music at the pubs.
 
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Christopher Mitchelmore
 
 
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