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TravelPod Member ReviewsAshford Castle Cong
No service, no food, no drink is ever served to you expecting anything in return. They truly are happy to have you as a guest and you feel it everywhere you go on these 300 acres! It is wonderful, regal and just plain fantastic!
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Up early for breakfast then on the road. We stopped for a cup of tea. Then on thru the countryside. We stopped in Galway for lunch, we were on our own, about an hour, we found a place in the old city and found our way back to the bus. Poppy commented he felt like we were in a Harry Potter film. Back on the bus we listened to Mary talk. She tends to …
... Everyone was right...this is a must see, in fact, beyond a must see. Pictures and words are incapable of describing the beauty, magnificence, and natural wonder of the Cliffs (however, we hope our pictures will give you an idea).
According to the brochure we were provided, the Cliffs rise to 702 feet at the highest point and range for 5 miles over the Atlantic Ocean on the western seaboard of ...
Today we had to meet our tour bus at a bus station at 10am and we had to check out and store our bags for the day as we were heading back to Dublin to crash before our early flight to Paris the next morning - so we had a busy morning. The breakfast at this hostel was also included in our stay and was quite good, as well as he usual toast and cereal there were fruit scones with jam and cream :) I feel like I'm always writing about food! Anyway we checked out wearing our walking clothes ...
... the Atlantic Ocean and Irish Sea.
We had so many choices available to us: go North to Belfast and into Northern Ireland; go south towards Cork, or west towards the Cliffs of Moher. So we booked a 14-hour rail and coach tour heading west, towards the Cliffs of Moher and back via Galway. Once again, we were blessed and greeted with 28C degree weather under cloudless skies.
... waves crash into the rocks below us. We made it around to Doolin Harbor, booked a ferry to the Aran Islands for tomorrow and then headed back up to Doolin. We passed an 18 hole Pitch and Putt and decided to play a round. Gretchen has never really golf.
We had a grand time. My cleaned up shoulder is about as good as my old one at golf, but at least now I have an excuse for my ...