An Bothar Pub and Guesthouse
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... It was fun eating in courses as we people watched, the crowd seemed to be on the older side & I admired them for their sense of adventure. The live music would be starting at 9:30pm and we were excited to hear some festive Irish tunes. Unfortunately, the gal sang some really slow, unemotional songs. The place was packed, yet you couldn't hear a sound from anyone, we were hoping for lively Irish tunes with the crowd toe tapping. ...
... It also sheds some light on why Ireland and England don't get along that well.
After we leave here it is time for lunch. Where best to do a picnic but on the sandy beach called Coumeenole Strand where the movie Ryan's Daughter was made. This part of Ireland has many sandy coves where you can go swimming if you want. Now I should tell you that the water is freezing and there are strong rip currents due to the tides. However, we do dip our feet in and ...
... s throne was sadly FAR smaller and less regal than the king's. A favorite (or not) of Sam Jackson's was the dungeon - reached through a narrow, winding staircase downward. We could see in it from above, and they had a "criminal" in chains stuck down there. A 1500's version of "Scared Straight." As we were leaving, we went through the playground - a large wooden replica of a castle, inside which was a maze you could walk through. Some teenagers ...
Compared to the previous day, this one was slow and uneventful. That being said it was another day full of beautiful scenery and weather. We had one main objective, but ended up making four main stops.The first was the Gap of Dunloe. This attraction was one of the most beautiful places that we saw during our entire trip. We arrived there early in the morning. The sun was still coming up over the hills. The road wound up through the gap with rocky steep hills on each side. The ...
... Larry and Patti were here from Florida visiting their daughter. A second couple came in - Wannace and Julie from Brussels. They were a young couple and very sweet. A third group of four arrived and they were from...Missouri! Talk about a small world! As we all began to talk, we asked each other where we were from, and we talked into the night and shared our travel experiences. We even had breakfast with the couple from Brussels and the couple from Florida. Being ...
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