Lougher Farm B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... They had figures there that they told stories about. They are trying to find out what happened to everybody after the voyage. It was the only ship during that time to make the voyage and never have a passenger or crew member die. This was only possible because the owners employed one of the better doctors of the time. Even when the ship sank because it was overloaded with lumber the crew members were able to get ...
... s core is associated with: The Guinness Factory. Rachel and I took a tour of the factory and learned how the legendary Irish beer is made. Leaving the factory I found a bunch of Irish bikers dressed in their stereotypical leprechaun hats and beards. They caught me taking their picture but acted very happy to have been in one, so they asked me to pose with them for a selfie. To too of the day I enjoyed a nice dinner with the whole group at a close pub near the ...
... it was written somewhere around 800AD so its about 1200 years old. For those that don't know about how books were made in the old days, scribes would write copy books over and over. The monks were known for this. Because of the labour cost, books were very expensive. It is believed three scribes wrote the book of Kells. One did the writing while another did the artwork. The third scribe was multi talented, he could do both. It is believed the book was written on ...
... the wrong side of the building for our airline. So a mad
dash ensues through the airport reminiscent of the Amazing Race. I mean no one
was spared oldies, kids, and large groups. I even saw Briony fly kick a child
who wouldn’t move quick enough. We were on a mission. Our bags then need to be
taken to the oversize line, quick walk there and set them on. In our haste we
forgot to remove the Vegemite from our carry-on and almost got ...
... of moisture on the reeds. Pipers can then talk or sing while playing. It’s as amazing to watch as to listen to. Other members of the group played fiddles, the Irish drum (bodhrán), piccolo and flute. The music demanded clapping and foot stomping and, of course, Guinness.
On the recommendation of Denny Jackson, our friend and official representative of Irish culture back in Kauai, we signed up for the Rebel ...