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Today was an optional tour day and I took advantage of going on the tour of the Cliffs of Moher, city of Limerick, Burren and the Corcomroe Abbey. It was another windy chilly day, but the wind at the cliffs was worse than anything we have experienced so far. The cliffs were incredible. Absolutely beautiful. The water was beautiful. A site that I had never seen before. Totally worth 60 American ...
... built. We climbed to the top of one of the towers for great views of the city.
We went to Sarah's house, brought in our bags and had some tea. It was nice to just sit and relax. We visited for a couple of hours before going back to town to find something to eat. Sarah suggested an Asian restaurant that had Chinese, Thai, and Indian food. We each chose our favorites and had a great meal. After dinner we went back to Sarah's to relax until ...
... I took a detour to see Bunratty castle ... Which you can't go inside unless you are going to the medieval banquet. And then another detour to see --------- castle (I forgot the name - and it's not in my guide book). Which was closed to visitors but I drove up anyway :) Once settled into my hotel, I walked a couple of blocks to copper and spice for some very tasty Indian food!! Driving in Ireland is like playing Mario ...
... home with a band at your doorstep. I warned my mom that we would hear a lot of music this week. I wasn’t joking, and even more so than I expected. One sec while we go out and have a listen.
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Back! So my mom wanted to meet the publican. All she could ask him was to keep an eye on me and make sure I am safe. Gah worry warts. Oh mothers.
This week has already offered a few nice gems, and it’s only Thursday!
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And now it is ...
... Innishannon. Just out of that town, we came across an old small stronghold fortress on the River Bandon, perhaps built to control trade along the river. We arrive in Kinsale which is on the sea. It was another amazing little town with loads of character. We sought out some WIFI to update my blog and check on other information, and just happen to find connection in a little pub. While we were there, I also booked accommodation for the night ...