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 …
... exploring, we only climbed the first few hundred metres of this 18 mile trail, for we had only so much time in Ireland. Once back at the Kombi, we back tracked to Donegal via Killybegs (R.I.). Even by the time we had reached Donegal, it was getting late and we were tired, so we followed the coast only as far as Sligo, where we stopped for lunch. The scenery here was spectacular, with vistas of the coast lines and farms, so we weren't too concerned about the relatively ...
... room. They are our age and extremely nice. I think we will get along well. Their names are Emma and Richard.
We headed back to Barnacles and packed our things to move over to Kinlay House for a week. We really liked it here when we stayed with our tour group so we asked for a weekly rate since we can't move in until June 4. While staying here we visited a couple of beaches and explored more of Galway. We also saw our tour guide ...
... for good weather for us! A group of Germans in our room said they went today and it was so rainy they couldn't even see the ocean! Also, keeping my family, friends and hometown in your prayers. It's hard to hear news of your town being devastated by flooding while you're Away from home. It slightly takes away from this wonderful experience. None the less, Colorado will pull through like a beast, just like she always does. Hugs and kisses from Galway! ...
... spacious with two floors of seating and bar area. The band played local favorites including John Denver and Johnny Cash. We found a cozy bench under the staircase where we enjoyed a few pints before moving on to our last stop, the late night Dail Bar. I was overcome by exhaustion, so after one pint we headed toward the hotel. Along the way Rufio found a doner kebab stand, and as is tradition we stopped in for a bite to go. Ryan and Kerin had never tasted such a delight, ...