Buttermilk Lodge Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Google maps said it would be 3 1/2 hours (without stops), but after a week of experiencing Irish roads, we knew that could be off somewhat depending upon the quality of the road. We were to be heading on mostly green (good, national primary) roads, but even those have their places of no shoulders and winding (and winding and winding and winding) places. I had planned to stop at Westport along the way and have lunch and stretch our legs. We arrived around one and ...
... decided to have lunch now rater then carrying the food around, so we ate in the sun. It was a beautiful day, no one expected it to be as nice. While having lunch i also picked up a coffee from the cafe next door. Then it was time to ride.
There were a few hills, but mainly it was flat and easy to ride, the only trouble was that cars would zoom by to fast. We took our time and made stops for pictures. Where the ...
... Clifden we went for a drive out along the Beach Road and came back the Sky Road which gave us lovely views of the town.
Next stop a B&B and can I say in hindsight that this was the best accommodation of our nearly three weeks of staying in many different accommodations. We were greated warmly, given a cup of tea with homemade fruit cake (Warren enjoyed both pieces), and given pick of rooms as we were first to arrive. Naturally we chose the room with a view which had the ...
... so excited its only a 7 minute plane ride!!! And I will get to see the whole island! How cool!!!!!
Yesterday was SInisas birthday!!!! I was bummed I couldn’t be there but mum and dad took him out on fridaya nd Jan had brought home a gift for him so at least he got presents from me!!! I also ordered flowers that were sent to him as well! Let me tell you it is really hard to find "manly" flowers!!!!! I got a call from ...
... around 6000km of stone fencing just on the island alone, and that 90% of the vegetation was made by laying sand down then covering it with seaweed, crazy. Karen and Bill had a hard time comprehending why people would want to live on a barren rock.
When we got back to the mainland we just drove as far as we could before we decided to stop for the night which turned out to be a nice little town called Kinvarra. We stayed at ...