Aran View Country House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... visitor centre and went looking for my driver. He was nowhere to be seen. One of the other jaunty drivers approached me and told me he had gone to change his horse and he would be back in ten minutes. No matter, there was an old seventh century church nearby I could go check out. I was quite surprised it was so old. I didn't think Christianity had made it this far west by that stage. But good 'ol St Patrick did quite a bit of travelling in his day. The church ...
When we left Galway it was foggy, but the weather was supposed to be very nice and by 11:00 it was beautiful. Our goal today was to see what is called The Burren, south of Galway. The Burren is a very rough chunk of land along the west coast of Ireland. We set our GPS with our destination, Doolin, and then just ...
... went to dinner at an amazing little restaurant called roadford house, before hitting up two different pubs: Gus O'Conners and McDermott's. The music was amazing, the energy in both pubs was trough the roof, and I tried Guinness for the first time. In all, the day was amazing and I would defiantly recommend the town of Doolin to anyone wishing to travel to The Emerald Isle.
... style lunch. It was only so-so. But you better believe I peed in the restaurant bathroom three times before getting back on that bus. Before heading back to Dublin, we stopped at an area called The Burren. It's basically an archaeological expanse of land along the Atlantic coast that is completely covered in limestone. When all the earth's plates were one (Pangea), scientists believe The Burren was at the bottom of the sea because of the fossils of ...
... paths for her top walk on. Today the grounds are open to the public at no cost. You do pay to view the house and there are traditional farms you can see as well. The weather once again sent us scurrying for the car.We learned that the word 'spinster' actually comes from the term used to describe those ladies who were the spinners of the village, mostly because it was the unmarried women who were able to have the time for this unlike their married counterparts. Martin has ...