An Cruiscin Lan Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... seen here in Ireland there seems to a mythical quality to them. Something magical that invigorates the imagination invoking images of the past real and imagined. The Cliffs of Moher are different. They are a magnificent example of Mother Nature at her best using the elements to carve out a land and seascape that marvels one's eyes. Although rain and wind did its best to hamper our enjoyment of the cliffs we couldn't help but ...
... some godforsaken place in Spain and now Ireland. Anyway a couple of locals pull up and provide all the help we needed in arranging for a guy to come with his truck equpped with compressor and before you know the spare is on and we are on our way. Eddie our host tips us into a mate of his at a tyre shop and we are back as good as new minus a few Euros. What is planned for tonight, more Guinness and music and dinner. Carol ...
... beautiful and sunny. I guess for Ireland that never happens and everyone was out laying in the park, walking around, and just enjoying the day! After our tour we had to do a couple things so we met up in the park. When we were all sitting there just hanging out some people started doing a photo shoot for something next to us. Later the photographer came up and asked us to take these pictures for an advertising for the arts festival. The two guys that were taking the ...
... to hang a man, nor enough soil to bury a man. We will explore it further in the next couple of days as there are prehistoric burial sites that I want to see.
After some small problems finding the right road, we finally made it to Doolin where I had booked a B&B for 3 nights. Boy, did we pick the right B&B in a place where every 2nd house is one. The lady has a ...
... you' fast enough! Also- they sell their sheep in this area for meat - they don't harvest the wool - it's too long and shaggy.
We made it to the Westernmost side of Ireland and Europe! The view overlooking the Blasket Islands was lovely! We drove through Connor Pass on a road made for one car in width. We rode big draft horses (pieballs) on Brandon beach...my first time riding English and wearing a helmet to ride! It was nice...we ...