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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Bay View B&B Kilkee
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... to their roots! The island truly is a rock pile. I read that every speck of dirt and dust is/was brought in by the wind or some other Mother Nature source. No dirt is native! Some one said that the English didn't want the islands because there wasn't enough wood to hang an Irishman and not enough dirt to bury him! So, what's the fun of being there?!
On our return boat ...
... but looking similar to our mountains at home, the closest we've seen yet. The bogs are broken up with meandering streams. Here and there the earth has been carved out of the ground in great heaping blocks that dry in the sun. The deeper we drive into Connemarra we see fewer and fewer people and evidence of human habitation. It's feels incredibly barren and isolated a world cut off from civilization, completely and utterly alone.
As we head closer to the coast, tall skinny ...
... crashing, it’s amazing.
I sat by the water for a while and watched the tide come in, and I’m about to grab some super fresh fish for dinner. I love this place, I don’t want to leave tomorrow, but I do want to make my way to Donegal and I know I’ll be back. The lesson here is: the Irish countryside is where its at! I am so incredibly grateful to be on this tiny island pedaling my Irish heart out! ...
... line and soon we were on board and being given our cabin key. The décor could be described as 70’s inspired or perhaps just not refurbished since then. It was small and there was less to do than the kids had hoped. We found our room, looked around the boat and went back to go to bed. The room was fine, it had a fantastic shower and all we needed for a comfy night’s sleep. I took some sleeping meds and soon was asleep trying to find the rock of the boat a soothing not vomit inducing ...
... of their plates. I wouldn’t tell them what it was until they tried it! I told one group that it was fried cow dung. One person believed me!
We met Dr. Clem Higginbotham at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT). After some brief introductions, we were given a presentation on the history of AIT and their plastics programs. Several of the AIT students got up a presented on their research. I was impressed that our students asked a few ...