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We had a sweet goodbye and started North to Dromoland Castle. When we arrived we toured the grounds. The castle is well preserved with a lot of original architecture. We biked the trails and found a lilly pond and a walled garden. John liked to walk the gardens as a King would... hands clasped behind him. We had coffee in the Gallery in front of the fireplace... 2 hours later we headed to our room. We were upgraded to an ...
... s are in St Paul, MN; the guy who did it with about 6 staff, was in Wales. Their are 299 copies worldwide and unbeknownst to us, LMU has one. No one sees it much cuz our librarian is very conservative. Alas. This book is very cool. And very user friendly--they even showed us how they did corrections! Inventive. The caligraphy and art work is fab. Lunch and hurling (stick and a ball) followed. Great fun and everyone was great. Tom was crowned the king hurler and ...
... friendly, but we just couldn't figure it out. Thankfully, we were only 20 minutes from the Shannon Airport so we headed back to the Hertz station for assistance. When we got back, the attendant tried a few things and showed us, very simply, how to lock the door by pushing in the handle on the interior. I felt like such a silly girl at the time, but we were happy to be able to lock the car, and got back on the road. We then zoomed off, on the left, for the Cliffs of ...
... The DJ played a mixture of everything from crocodile rock, grease, Beatles, love shack, rhinestone cowboy, Abba, etc. thankfully Mary and Paul did not pick the playlist, so we all enjoyed the music. I finally gave up and went to bed around midnight dead tired. it was an exhausting day, but a wonderful celebration. they both seem very happy. Some videos and pics are posted. Lots more when we get home. long life and much happiness to Mr and Mrs ...
... possible damage to the desolate landscape that building may make, the powers that be, some years ago, held a competition to redesign the visitors centre to the Cliffs. The winner was an Englishman who came up with the design (I've included a picture) of digging the centre into the hills...brilliant design, all the buildings are underground or flush with the face of the mountains.
After our stop at the cliffs, ...
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