Ballynahinch Castle Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Kylemore Abbey, built in 1867 by Mitchell Henry, is another one of those sad Irish stories that doesn't end happily ever after; man meets girl, falls in love, marries he builds her a "house", or in this case, a castle. They have children, she goes on vacation to the Nile, catches typhoid fever and dies, leaving sad man with enormous estate and a bunch of little ...
The gift shop was crammed with necklaces, bracelets, tie pins, shawl pins, you name it they have it. Each piece inset in gold or sterling silver and all made on the premises reasonabley priced.
We only had a short time to spend browsing, so we all hurriedly made our purchases. I think I was the last person to leave the ...
long as the wind is not blowing the weather is lovely, and this morning the sky
is crisp and clear.Today
we visit Kylemore castle . The abbey(on the same
grounds) was founded for nuns
who fled Belgium in World War I.
Kylemore Castle was built as ...
... how the hell I am going to understand Marco and how I am going to learn everything in a couple of hours before Marco leaves on the ferry and its just me running the place!
Got up this morning and Marco gave me the run down I made lots of notes about everything and then he left to go have fun for the afternoon and see if I could actually do it. Well 2 o clock came and the ferry came, and 3 walk ins came this guy wanted to change rooms because there is ...
... a peek over. There are many many stone fences on Aran Islands. Our guide told us that in the potato famine they wouldn't just hand out money, instead they would pay people to build the stone fences and many times they divide nothing and go nowhere. I imagine the work would have been extremely hard as some of the fences go up mountains!
Then we all had dinner in Galway!