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... and as we made our way, the weather started to clear. We had sections of blue skies and could even see the sun occasionally. We made several photo stops, but our first real stop was at Kylemore Abbey, which is a beautiful building in the side of a mountain. The building was originally a private residence which was later converted to a girls' boarding school run by nuns. It looks like a castle as you can see from the pictures.
... 4:00. We started work early today so we could leave before the Friday traffic got too bad. However, traffic in Cork was still pretty heavy, so it was dark by the time we got on the roads we don't know so well. The drive went pretty well but we didn't see much of the scenery given how dark it was. We made it to our hotel at about 8:30 and were able to check in and relax a bit ...
... long, the 4.5 hour drive was so pretty. We did have a hard time finding a place for lunch because all of the small towns we drove through were so small that they did not have restaurants. We eventually found a spot right on the border of Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. After a quick meal and pint, we were off again on the road. As we were passing Donegal, we saw a sign for the Donegal Castle and decided to take ...
... village is so remote that Google maps came up blank.
Off we went, past Galway and beyond civilization. I didn't think there was anything an hour west of Galway but an hour and ten minutes later we crossed a rickety, windy stone bridge. Yes, windy as in it actually curves. The next two single lane bridges were the same and eventually we found ourselves at what we thought was our bed and breakfast. We'd found it online and it was the only ...
... was beautiful with green hills covered with sheep and wonderful ocean views. There were little cottages along the trail. It was a most enjoyable day. Today we visited Kylemore Abbey. Today it inhabitants are Benedictine nuns. Originally it was built in the1860s by Michael Henry for his beautiful wife Margaret. They had 9 children and spent most of their time in this spectacular Castle and gardens. On a trip to India she died of ...