Pearse Road Guesthouse
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... rather than apprehension about whether I would be able to cope with the activities. Last appointment with my physio tomorrow morning for final advice on how to keep flexible while we are away. Her efforts so far have been a game-changer.
So - you'll hear from us again as we take off for Rio on Wednesday at lunchtime.
... was no different, heading north through a small town called Headford we took a few turns and found ourselves winding down a small lane to the abandoned Ross Errilly Friary, originally built in about 1460 this epic stone building now is only home to the crows and some graves of the local clergy.
Arriving with its old bell tower still cloaked in fog and a chill that made the place mythic we had a ...
... LIFE, my friends.
After some bonding time at Peadar's (which we have since learned is the hottest pub in town), we set off for the Peace Bridge. We found the infamous Wall, marking Derry as the only remaining completely walled city in Europe. We had a beautiful view, which I'll post as soon as I get the rest of my pictures. It felt like we were really living, if you'll pardon the awful cliché.
The next night ...
Leaving the hostel I headed north, aiming to go round the Inishowen peninsula. Within a few miles I was buried in Muff, but passed straight through to stop in Moville, a small fishing village with great views across to Northern Ireland. Though by now I was further north than the north most point of NI. My inner bingo caller enjoyed the car park holding 'two fat ladies-large ice creams' and I and the bingo caller ...
Dublin days pass with walking and bus tours, visits to museums and historical sites (Kilmainham Goal is a favorite), professional meetings, and a few stops in pubs with local music and surprisingly decent food. On our last trip to Ireland several years ago, we fell in love with the sounds and camaraderie of the drop-in music sessions we experienced in Dingle, but we can’t seem to duplicate that same sort of experience in the more touristy-feeling ...