Ballinalacken Castle Country House
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... Dolmen, which is an ancient tomb that dates back 5000+ years. We actually only stopped because Sam wanted to take some pictures of the cows, but it ended up actually being a really cool tourist site. Next we made our way to the Caherconnell Stone Fort, a fort that is shaped like a ring and was a viking stronghold. The weather started to get a bit windy and rainy, so we decided to head toward the bed and breakfast in Doolin.
A walk to another of the local pubs for lunch . . . this one about 1k from our B&B. Then we walked the 2k to the Doolin Pier. Not much to see -- it's where people board the ferries to the Aran Islands and boat tours of the Cliffs Moher.
Off for dinner & some Trad Irish music tonight.
... of the sea. After our island and cliff adventure we popped back into the car and headed for Galway. Our bed and breakfast host Ann was especially lovely and recommended the number one trip advisor restaurant in Galway and it did not disappoint. After dinner as usual we headed back to our accommodations and went to bed with the plan the we would get up in the morning have breakfast and go back to bed. ...
... dogs come over and the kids are stuck like glue, eagerly petting the just as eager pups. Rain descends as we hustle back to the car, and the impending warmth of the heater.
As we get out of the car to see Poulnabrone Dolmen, the portal tomb that resembles a stone table, the clouds look more ominous. Rain pelts down quickly and suddenly with renewed vigor. Puddles splash with new fat drops. People walk quickly under a cloud of umbrellas, which give little ...
... euros) with two tolls it wasn't terrible but still something we had not anticipated.
It's strange seeing the switch from miles (Northern Ireland) to kilometers (Republic of Ireland) and crossing into another country without even really knowing it. While they are different countries there are no longer border crossings to worry about and you never really know when you've crossed into the other one; with the exception of the street signs changing as I mentioned and in ...