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 ...
... next stopover in plenty of time to relax. Perhaps it was too early as I managed to get us lost before leaving the castle grounds. Finally finding my way to the road we needed it was off on another 2 hour no 4 hour thrill ride of skinny roads, soft shoulders, sharp turns and large tour buses merrily on their way to somewhere we weren't but were glad we were going in the opposite direction. Arriving later than we expected, which ...
... It has taken me a while, but whether you call me Tara or Tera really doesn't matter anymore. I even bought Tara jewelry while in Ireland.
Once we were all collected on the bus, or should I say coach, we headed to Killarney and stopped in the village of Adare. It is said that "in the early 19th century, the Earl of Desmond laid the plan for the existing streets and townhouses of Adare. These lands and dwellings were rented to ...
... to be a really excellent meal and then set out for Quay Street, which is the happening spot in Galway. We make it there without incident and start walking and what happens? It starts to rain! Now, we've been in Europe for 12 days without so much as a drop of rain, but let's face it, this is Ireland. There wasn't much we could do. We can't risk the baby getting sick. So we went back to the hotel and settled in for the night. Abby is loving it here as well. We turn her lose ...
... students walk around, making awkward small talk with new classmates, watching performances, listening to presentations, learning about their programs. I remember this excited feeling all too well. One thing I did not notice, however, were the others, the ones who were finishing their degrees, closing their years. Now, I am a part of that family. Yes, we are a family. Our little 2011-2012 school year family is sad. In all other college degree completions I’ve witnessed ...