An Cruiscin Lan Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... of the cave, too afraid to speak in case the vibration caused it to come loose and fall. Today I can say it is much easier to get down into the cave. A huge tunnel has been dug so all I needed to do was descend the 127 steps, walk down a 35 meter tunnel and I could see this impressive stalactite. To dig the tunnel they used the plug and feather method, which is to say they drilled holes in the rock, inserted a tube and filled it with air which cracked the ...
... and walked around on the tiny island, enjoying views to the Atlantic beyond. Ron and I walked up to a large beacon on a cliff for even more spectacular views. Ireland is all about the scenery. By evening it was glorious and many locals were enjoying the sinking sun sitting outside at wine barrel tables. We walked out of town a bit for dinner at a place called the Glebe Gardens where much of the food was grown in their kitchen garden. This was probably the best meal I have ...
... to St Columbia's churchyard and visited his grave. Interesting fact, he died in France and it took almost 10 yrs after his death to get him buried in Sligo county. After leaving the church, I headed to Glencar - an area Yeats wrote about. It is beyond beautiful and has a waterfall that you can walk up to! Now, the guide book said, turn right, then left and then left. It ...
... with me in my dorm back in Cork. He's a really open, friendly guy who will talk to anyone and everyone. It always seems as if it comes effortless to him to engage people in a conversation. Back in Cork we crossed paths a few times and talked some, mostly that one night I went to the hostel's pub with Beth. Mike left a day earlier than me. As I was walking down to the common area today I actually saw Mike sitting there. So we went from sharing a room in ...
... at a hotel that is near the city centre and Eyre Square. This time I am staying at The Salthill Hotel on the Promenade. My room has striking views of the ocean and it is a quieter setting, which I think I will like very much.
Journey to Dinner
I decided that I needed a walk after a brief nap today so I decided to head down to the promenade after about 15 minutes of walking it began to downpour. The good news is that I had ...