Byrnes Restaurant and Accommodation
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Got up early and picked up some lunch supplies along with subway breakfast and a coffee then were collected for a day trip to the biggest of the 3 Aran Islands We caught the ferry out then spent the day touring around and climbing up to an old stone fort. Finished with a Guinness on ...
... side of the car windows. So glad to be inside a car unlike the school students who were all madly dashing for cover at bus stops or anything that would give them some shelter. Dinner at the hotel diner where Martin got to enjoy fizzy orange juice with real orange bits. We set off early to drop off our car at Dublin Airport and then spent the usual time waiting around in coffee shops and gate lounges Check out the photo of the hair straightener in the ladies toilet ...
... gave a beautiful but obscured view of the cliffs and the ferocious sea beating at them below. After growing some confidence, we jumped over the "do not pass" barrier and headed off onto the cliffs themselves, tempting fate. It was blowing a gale and at times a brace position needed to be assumed. It was definitely nice to have the company of two others. In the least, they could confirm if I did fall over board or not. We walked for an hour along these cliffs having photos as close to ...
Gus (Austin) said that he never met any of his Grandparents siblings; i understand that none of them made it into their teens. His father Pat was a gardener at the precurser to the Falls Hotel (McNamara House, of Dylan Thomas and Caitlin Macnamara fame) where he met Josephine Ferris who was a domestic consumption manager (or similar fancy term for a maid)?. ...
... you forget just how windy and cold it is outside, and you figure, “Eh. I don't really need a hat.” But then you try to walk back to the bus in an upright position while also trying to keep your hair out of your eyes and you think, “Boy, I could really use a hat!” They should start selling those things outside.
After that, and after Declan sang “Galway Bay” to us, we visited The Burren. The Burren, which literally means “rocky ...