There once was a USF group in Limerick…

August 2, 2010

Who sang Irish pub sings for the heck of it.

They had a good laugh

and spent all their cash

and paid luggage overcharges because of it.

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Don’t judge me. I’m a journalist, not a poet 😉

We have finally arrived at the heart of this study tour- Limerick, Ireland. While here, we are staying in dormitories at the University of Limerick. We all have our own bedrooms and bathrooms within each apartment and a common area with a kitchen, living room and TV. We are certainly living it up. After we got situated in our rooms, the group met at the university’s pub, which stayed open later just for us to grab a bite to eat. They’re having an open mic tonight tonight and some students will be heading over to that while the rest of the group enjoys some well-needed downtime in their rooms.

Carol modeling her private bathroom on her dorm room at the University of Limerick in Ireland.

Torie is enjoying her unlimited internet access and private room at the University of Limerick.

Each apartment, which has about six rooms, also has a common area with couches, tables and a TV.

We have a full kitchen a cabinets stocked with glasses, dishes and eating utensils, as well as a mini-fridge.

Each apartment gets a basket of breakfast goodies each day.

Lauren, Carol, and Torie chillaxin' at the university pub.

Daylina Miller on the train ride to Limerick, already scheming for her next blog entry.

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2 Responses to “There once was a USF group in Limerick…”

  1. Trace Quirk said

    Very cool. I never got to go to Ireland when I went to USF.

  2. Well, Trace, that’s what happens when you choose business over mass communications for a major 😉

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