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But eventually it opened, and by that time, the sky was blue!
So to the Cliffs of Moher it was!
I took the bus there, and joined the trail of ants going up the hill to the cliffs. I had no idea what to expect when I got up there, but I didn't expect it to be as breath-taking as it was!
It was beautiful!
I walked along one way until I got to a flat part where I fully intended to take photos ...
... we spent the night in Cork, but this was purely to break the journey. We stayed at a hotel outside of the town so cannot really comment on the place. It was merely a means to an end.
Next morning we drove to Lahinch. This is a really (I mean really!) small town. It probably only consists of three streets and on this day we were met with atrocious weather – howling gale force winds, sleet and freezing temperatures. The beautiful, old Atlantic Hotel in the ...
... Swans in the water. The back of peoples houses, restaurants and bars were along both sides of the water. It was a peaceful fall day with the sound of the rushing water and the leaves blowing about. the longer I walked along the path I realized that I was getting closer to the Galway Cathedral. Again in past visits, I had seen it from a distance and drove by it on the way to work. I guess today was the day to check it ...
... to see the Cliffs of Moher. The Cliffs are 214m high at the highest point and range for 8 kilometers over the Atlantic Ocean on the western seaboard of County Clare. O'Brien's Tower stands proudly on a headland of the majestic Cliffs. From the Cliffs one can see the Aran Islands and Galway Bay.
We did not actually get off of the boat, but saw the Cliffs from the sea. It was pretty amazing. There were a lot of ...
... 149 euro and sun. 49 euro) and their advertising they are in the center of the city but are actually more than an hours walk from it wasted most of our morning (needless to say we didn't take the hotel). We then bought our tickets to get to Galway via train. We asked the young gentleman if the train to Galway left from there, he nodded and said yes then said 'that'll be 34 euro'. We bought our tickets and then asked which ...