Achill Lodge Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... made the tasting easier as I was able to pick out the differences between the three even if I'm still not really a whiskey drinker. Well worth the visit though! We then arrived in Galway (pronounced like hallway and main city in County Galway) and had a quick walking tour of the main streets. The River Corrib runs through Galway and is the fastest running river in all of Europe. It was bloody fierce! Many hundreds of years ...
... could be reregistered provided it was reweighed and met the Irish standards. The van was designed for German winter conditions and for a motor bike to be carried in the back cabin locker. It turns out that it is a very high spec and has a winter rating with high level of insulation and double glazing for the freezing conditions in the Alps.
We had a standoff with the dealer for 24 hours, as we offered to pay a deposit on proof ...
... with the mountains and some snow on top of them. It was pretty cool to go horse back riding through that area because it was around the same area we saw on the Ring of Kerry but from a different angle this time. We did some trotting during the two hour ride, that was pretty fun, definitely did not remember it hurting that much when I was younger. This was a really great experience, definitely a nice way to end the semester.
The week or two after we ...
... 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 ...
... walked over to Eyre Square and got Kait a hat, a nice warm one. A little girl asked Kait if I was her father. Oh well.
We walked around that area for a bit longer, then headed over to Cava for our dinner. Holy cow, dinner was amazing! We had tapas (Spanish for appetizers), and they were amazing! One was fried cheese and ham - croquetas, another was some potatoes fried in a fantastic blend of spices and some creamy sauce, we ordered a tuna steak in oil and garlic and pesto, ...