Achill Lodge Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... lot and met some really lovely people. I found the Haggis one to be a lot better though and would rate that more highly. Ireland I found was easy enough when we did the week ourselves and yeah we probably could have continued on our own but it was was still really worthwhile and made transport between places a lot smoother for us!
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... for an OK price but the second pub we went to had pretty decent reviews so we just ate there. It was delicious. They did a good Guinness and some cider for Jamie, a feta & spinach starter for Jamie and potato skins for me, then a huge Cod fillet on smashed potatoes with pesto for a main and a Irish stew for Jamie. Really good dinner & warmed us up from the cold outside. The cod was so good. At least Galway lived up to its seafood reputation! We were done after a ...
... 12 EUROS...
Some of the towns we passed through were Ool, Kilfeackle, and Thomastown (woot, woot for the CT clan). It took us only 2 1/2 hours to get to Galway, with no pit stops (I recommend drinking nothing, because there are no rest stops or shops along the way like we have in the US- to have a pee, you have to go off the road and find a pub or a fancy gas station-not easy to do along the main road routes).
When we hit town, we had to try ...
... to go to their house for dinner, then went to explore Salthill. My mother grew up in Salthill and I spent many visits to Ireland there. The Strand is as windy as I remember. Terrific evening with my uncle Ralph, Pauline and my cousin Stephen. The ongoing dining theme of good food and plenty of it. You'd think I never feed the boys. They just kept going! No fixed plans while we are here but Ralph and Pauline have some good ...
... then you come to a double lane road leading up to a roundabout that is 50 k/hour. Hard to work out at times. The road numbering system is similar to the UK and is easy to follow. A final stop for the day was Muckross House, a stately home on the outskirts of Killarney. It is a beautiful home built in the early 19th century. queen Victoria stayed there for a grand total of two days. They were well prepared for her visit as they got years notice in ...