The Ardilaun Hotel
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Awesome hotel - everyone thinks this is the best yet (and they have all been good!)
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So it again rained on and off all day - BUT, we are in Ireland! And loving every minute of it.
I can't say enough about the great group we have!
We saw the Cliffs of Mohr and the Buren. Our guide kept us laughing all day with his funny stories - it seems all of the Irish are great story tellers.
We took a ferry ride …
... s table and from another it looks like a lean-to. It is truly massive.
The most exciting experience of the day was the 90-minute visit to the Cliffs of Moher. These dramatic cliffs soar as high as 650-feet above the Atlantic and are five miles in length. More dramatic than the view were the gale force winds. To keep my hair out of my face ...
... even cooler was that a scene in the "Half Blood Prince" in Harry Potter, was shot there in the cave. If you look up the scene from Harry Potter, and say Cliffs of Moher in Ireland, he will be standing on a small rock sticking out of the water ( which I saw), and there will be a pointed shaped cave behind him. For dinner today, I had breakfast. I had pancakes with sausage... very very yummy. Well, I need to finish packing since we are now leaving to go to Connemara. ...
... right in the middle of town at Garvey's Inn. Both extremely tired and feeling on the verge of getting sick we rested for the rest of the afternoon and went for a walk around town before finding somewhere for dinner. Wednesday (5th) after a nice sleep in we got up to tackle the day, both not feeling much better. We went for a walk into Salthill which is long the coast and took in the views, after we walked back into town and stopped for a picnic lunch next to a charging river ...
... big slabs of rock but in lots of places the cliff edge was a few metres further on and grassy areas lined a lot of the banks. There were big signs everywhere advising of a) the risk to your life and b) the fact that it was a protected habitat if you corroded the fence and I reckon 50%2525 of people were disobeying the signs. Some were just over the fence for a quick photo but some were like dangling their legs over 200m high cliffs. Absolute morons! The worst were a group of five ...