Ionad Siuil Luxury Accommodation
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... last day in Ireland I have left a little tourist treat for myself. The Cliffs of Moher. They are known to be Ireland's most visited natural attraction. So my expectations were high! I arrived there around midday. Walked up passing the visitors centre and my heart has dropped. I remember the feeling of sadness....where are they??? The fog was so thick it actually covered the whole of the cliffs. So that was it. My cherry on a top of the ...
... which I think you would love Ruth. So today we walked the gardens and then took a short walk thru the castle grounds to Cong, the little "wee" town. No Starbucks here so I tried to describe to the young gal in the coffee shop how to make one and it wasn't bad. More shopping of course in a gift store and then we stopped for lunch in a small pub in town. Janette, in honour of you, we took a picture of our soup and bread as I know you love to do when you travel.
... had a sleep. Then we went to a really big town called Athlone. It had lots of shops and places, and Mummy and Daddy bought shoes, and bought me a wooden stick (Mummy said it's called a hurly.) Then we stopped by Auntie Kathleen's...she's so nice! We went home and had lots and lots of food for dinner. I went to bed at 8. Daddy told me the next day he went to the pub with Donie, but he was in bed pretty ...
... because they invented the latter. Or so the plaque said. The building used to be a seminary though now is used for occasional retreats (we've all had some of those), and has a church as part of the structure. It's quite a nice understated church for a Catholic one, with a sign of the times, the 'policy on child care' announcing unequivocally that all abuse is a sin. Though given that Catholics only need repent to win their place in heaven, that ...
... state and had been so proud of it I wanted to record it but soon as I started thinking on it, it was gone! So I'll try meditating on it, but if that fails, maybe the purpose of the dream was to simply nudge me into actually doing some poetry? Anyway, I spent my day planting 2 year old bare-root Hornbeam trees (Carpinus Betulus) as well as further helping Shiv with the shed construction. I then cooked a big pot of vegetarian spaghetti bolognese which went down very well ...