Glocca Morra B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... drove to a small Bishop Shanahan Memorial, quite close to the Church.
After this we drove to the Rock of Cashel. This was the seat of the Irish Kings from the 4th-11th century. We went on a group tour and learned quite a bit. The view from the Rock of Cashel was absolutely stunning!
After the tour we drove back to Killaloe, and arrived at our next place of accommodation. It was the Lakeside Hotel and Leisure Centre, and was one of the ...
... La HInch and the Cliffs of Moher. After catching up with Michael and Peggy we went on to The Burren, Ballyvaughan and back to the farm via a meal at Gort.
Wednesday we visited more relatives in Adare, 10 miles from farm, and took in the local attractions also.
Thursday, Peter and I escaped by ourselves for a day to trip to Killarney - about an hour and 15 mins drive from the farm.
Friday, we had many goodbyes, ...
... all over. Not necessarily a similar night for Julie who couldn't sleep thanks to the noises made by party people, followed at 5am by the delivery and trash trucks, all of this accompanied by the sounds of a cat in need! Once out of our shower that looked more like a closet, we went on our first road trip, on our way to Limerick to visit the eventful King John's castle (built in 1212). After an improvised picnic with a view of the Bunratty castle, it's with high expectations ...
... as well as "The Burrens", that is, "the barren land".
... a river and the majestic and imposing Bunratty Castle, and dates back to the 1600s, plus the food is pretty darned good! Here's what Orla told us about the wonderful winter weather - she said that whenever there is a fine day like that in the winter, the locals all say it was a day borrowed from the summer. Today the weather was much more typical for February - blustery, drizzling, and cold! We drove up to Galway and walked around the old city center for awhile, but ...