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Travel Blogs from County Clare
Ireland might be my new favorite country! I woke up at 6:15 am today to get on a bus to head to the west coast of Ireland to see the Cliffs of Moher! It is a pretty far ride, about 4 hours, but we stopped a few places along the way.
First we stopped in Limerick. Not much to see there but a pretty town. Next we stopped in Doolin to see a famous tomb and to have lunch. The roads in the west of Ireland are ...
... Ennis which is the capital of county Clare. On the way we stopped in Limerick which was quite pretty and a little bigger than we had imagined. We arrived in Ennis which is a rather small town with cobbled lanes though not very big. It is known to be one of the most picturesque villages in Ireland. The earliest architecture dates back to 1240 as the town was built around a Monestery. We grabbed some subway and headed to ...
This morning we decided to stay in Doolin for another day. It's Ash and Sara's last day and it takes too long to travel anywhere to waste on a bus. This morning we had to switch hostels because the one we were in was booked for the night. We found this other one close to the pier and in another section of the town. We rented some bikes and went for a coastal bike ride. The owner of our hostel gave us a map and told us a good loop ...
... tracks in the rock and this is where we walked. There are very few trees on the plateau but its sort of bare and pretty if that makes sense. Plus as we climbed we had an awesome view back over Galway bay. We could also see the ruins of a monks abbey not far from the farmhouse that was built some time in the 12th century on a site where one of the underground river briefly surfaced. Plus we could see some old watch towers down closer to bay that were built by the English. They were ...
... more about 200. We ended up waiting in line for about 45 minutes slowly progressing up stairs and up the tower onto the top. We passed the time by discussing kissing strategies and offering 2€ for someone to lick it. If you don't know what the Blarney Stone is, legend has it that if you kiss it you will get the 'gift of the gab' for 7 years. To kiss it however, you have to lie on your back, hold onto two bars and bend backwards while lowering yourself to kiss it. ...
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