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... the site of the Seven Churches which is a cluster of ruined chapels and monastic houses that date from the 8th to 11th century. You'll even find ornate gravestones for seven Roman pilgrims who came here a long time after the fall of the Roman Empire.
From there we traveled to Dun Aenguhus, a stone fortress located on the edge of a 200 foot cliff above the Atlantic. It was about a 15 minute or so hike to get there. Little is known ...
... for dinner and the dip!!!!!! And a couple of bottles of Oyster Bay - Mary likes the NZ wines. We have decided to have a quiet night in.
Dinner is chicken, mashed new season potatoes and salad - yummo - we settle in the candle lite lounge for some chatter and drinks with Catherine and John (he is playing rugby in the morning and arrives home from work after 11pm).
Bedtime my goodness it's 3.00am and three bottles of wine later!
... Arch, one of the last bits of the wall from the days when Galway was a walled city, did some shopping, and enjoyed the marina area where the river meets the bay. Another gorgeous sunny day was at hand. We ate pub food and enjoyed the atmosphere of this friendly country. ...
... how late places served food on the island. Luck was on out side as we came out on the road some 20 paces in front of another family of five - we ended up getting the last table at Joe Watty's while the other family had to eat outdoors alone in the cool evening - oops. Dinner was good and Roisin, Philip and I stayed a little longer to hear the music at 10pm. The stars were out in force on our short walk home - beautiful. Great day and we survived ... Yeah ...
... a spare battery or computer to camera cable. So after purchasing the camera i went out on the high street and tested it. I also picked up souvenirs, had lunch and walked around. I saw the Spanish arch, found a department store, picked up some new pants, then went back to the coach.
It was a short trip to the hotel – travel lodge. Once at the hotel and after getting bags and fining the room, i unpacked, the sorted out my Laundry stuff. ...
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