Carlton Atlantic Coast Hotel
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Our stay in Westport was pretty much a laid back one. We checked into the hotel and then went across the street to eat at a restaurant called the Tower. I particularly loved my meal and I don't believe I left anything on my plate (that may have been because I was starving). We had asked our waiter if he was from Ireland because we didn't believe …
... One young Puerto Rican girl got partway up the steepest rock face and was very frightened. We encouraged her along and then an Israeli chap held her hand and helped her up the rest of the way to the summit. Pretty durn proud of ourselves we were, lol. 2 crazy Israeli’s pulled out their wee stove and brewed coffee – hilarious to smell fresh coffee at the top of a mountain! Much more of an effort than we could possibly have imagined. ...
... Mitchell's - fab mussels! and back home to a nightcap in front of yet another peat fire - cozy and nice chat with Mark. Great to look forward to a hike in the hills tomorrow and breakfast between 8:30 and 10 - yeah!!!! a sleep in!!
Nice discussion and thoughts between us about Tim issues on way home - simple solutions, no negativity needed...life is too short and really too wonderful!
... picturesque! We loved it!
We stayed at a B&B here also called Buttermilk Lodge in Clifden.
The day we arrived, the arts festival was starting and so they had a lot of activities happening including live music playing at pubs all around. Upon hearing this were delighted as we'd decided to try and find an Irish pub with some traditional Irish Music! There were a lot to chose from within a block. We had meal at one of the pubs and listened to two guys playing on ...
... the famine to 1950 explaining elements of everyday life and practices of the people of Ireland. As an American, I grew up romanticising about Irish Country Life. This Museum helped to explain some of the real hardships and experiences of people growing up in post-famine Ireland while simultaneously rejoicing in some of the storytelling, musical, craft, and holiday traditions that continue into today and affect so much of the world.
After the museum we made our way ...
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