Alphabet

Alphabet

Some of my favourite letters of the alphabet – for obvious reasons. 

This is one of Galway’s best known bars. Located right in the heart of the city on Shop Street, Taaffes has been operating as a pub for over 150 years. The building itself dates back at least 400 years. If you’re planning a visit to Galway and would like to hear some traditional music, Taaffes hold regular sessions at 5pm and 9.30pm from April-October and at 9pm the rest of the year. No cover charge and plenty of seating available but you would need to get there early as it’s a very popular venue.

The Daily Post WordPress Photo Challenge – Alphabet

 

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About Jean Reinhardt

Author of 'A Pocket Full of Shells' an Amazon International best seller, Jean writes young adult and historical fiction. She has been known to shed a tear over Little House on the Prairie.
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9 Responses to Alphabet

  1. I think I would enjoy pubs. The word pub is so much more welcoming than bar, and they look more like neighborhood places. Here in the states a bar seems like an unseemly place to hang out, especially as a woman (unless you are with your husband) 🙂

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  3. pattimoed says:

    Hi Jean. Yes, those of 2 of my favorite words as well! The word “bar” seems less refined than “pub” in the USA. Interesting distinction between “bar” and “pub” in Ireland. Have a great week…with or without a “bar” or “pub.” 🙂

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  4. prior2001 says:

    Very nice take on the wpc theme – and “pub grubs” sound yum!

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