The Greenbrier Inn
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After their brief departure, the clouds had returned by morning in time for our 3 hour drive to Miltown Malbay. After breakfast and packing, we set off for our rainy drive north. The highlight of the drive was the 20 minute ferry crossing at Tarbert. By 1:30pm we had arrived in Miltown Malbay to discover that we had no way of finding Judy. We didn't know where she was staying (all she knew was that Pat had arranged for her to stay at ...
... I was able to get a fairly good idea of the area thanks to a 1830 Valuations Map which showed all the farms / plots etc. and who lived on them (this was done for taxation purposes). It is hard to imagine the dreadful circumstances they lived in - temporary huts, no sanitation, and barely any food. This was of course at the time of the Great Famine in Ireland thanks to potato blight. Fortunately, my great-great ...
... are 200m high and are very breathtaking. There is a very large arch in one part and you can feel and hear the water crashing 200m beneath you! Tom also went for a good surf and we sat in the sun like lizards for a while before having a nice dinner and ice cream :)
We had a very nice time in Lahinch and are heading to Killarney in the Kerry country next. So ...
... strength, which you could see in the pride and happiness they showed when they spoke about him. This was my favorite day in Ireland. It was a day spent celebrating life, the beauty of the land, music and new friends. The next day I left Galway and hiked for a day in Killarney National Park. I met more travelers there and went hiking with some students from Indiana. We visited a waterfall near the base of a snowy mountain which looked to be ...
... craic, tonight" is a good thing.
We then had some dinner at a really good and relatively inexpensive restaurant. I got the two course meal and one glass of wine for 20 Euro, which ended up being a really good deal. I got a huge plate of nice chicken wings with bleu cheese sauce on the side, followed by an awesome steak (Irish beef) cooked rare. The flavors were awesome and I was thrilled with my protein-rich decision. An older couple asked if I ...