Ashford Court Boutique Hotel
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... while in Ireland. By 9am I have to drive the car from the parking across the road to the lot where you can park for free during the day. It's about a 10 minute walk in the chilly rain but I have an umbrella. Back at the hostel I collect the family to head into Ennis town for a bit of shopping around and to check out the Clare Museum and TI office. The museum is small but interesting with a variety of artifacts and historical exhibits having to do with Clare county. Around ...
... when the O’Brien Clan, which has far more O’Briens around the world, ran their gathering to celebrate the 1000th anniversary of something, they only had 120 attendees.
After the meeting we caught up with Lachlan, Marline, Marline’s mother Fay, Caitlin and Genevieve for a while in our hotel room. This was a smart place to meet as the girls could play more noisily than if we were in a ...
... Hoping it would hold up. We arrived at the Cliffs and were just amazed by the beauty in front of us. The Atlantic Ocean gently washes up against the Cliffs and the sun shines over the rocks casting a soft glow. We walked across one end. Rich got dangerously close to the edge. Something that kinda spooked me out a little. Check out the picture of Rich's foot over the edge of a cliff. He took it to show how far ...
... in 1700's
Bogs of dead vegetation, cut for fuel
Currently, many bogs are off-limits as Ireland is moving away from using peat for fuel.
This is due to the fact that peat is not a resource that can be renewed quickly. In fact, the bogs date to the Ice Age.
Stop at the Airboat Museum
Start the tour with an Irish Coffee demonstration. First Dorothy was called up as ...
... surrounding castle ruins. This time round though, I was so distracted with seeing old friends of the brides family that I didn't even realise until now that I had no photos!
So in short, I arrived in Dublin and made my way by train down to Ennis, as I glimpsed out the bus and train windows I realised Dublin was quite busy. A lot of active people out and about shopping, cycling, walking and running, the pubs and sidewalk cafes also looked busy too. This may have been due ...