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Wednesday July 20 - approx 18,000 steps
Disappointing low number of steps given the activities of the day.
We left the hotel after breakfast for The Burren - yet another national park in Ireland. The indication on internet was that there was no parking. Stopped over at the visitor center and they had the solution. You could leave the …
Tuesday Juy 19th - approx 20000 steps
Left the Cashel House Hotel early in the morning after a nice breakfast for Galway.
Galway is a small city with a university and that means, nice atmosphere. A number of car free streets are the center of the city. Although the city is very small and nice there is no big history to see there. We …
I guess you are getting used to my lack of consistency in posting by now. Our first full day in Ireland was spent in Northern Island clambering across the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge and the Giants Causeway. I have photographic evidence that I actually overcame my vertigo and crossed with Ches. Both are must see destinations for tourists, however despite the crowds and threatening storms, they were both fantastic. We were however given excellent advise by a chap at ...
I kinda fell off the deep end on updating my blog but my finals are almost done and I'm going to have lots of free time as I start my journey back to the US. My flight leaves Dublin next Tuesday at 11am and I land in Minneapolis at 8 pm. I'll be taking a bus from Galway to Dublin after my last final. Monday night I am spending the night at a hotel next to the Dublin airport so I'll be nice and close for my morning flight. I've done quite a ...
We say goodbye to our wonderful hosts Myrtle and John and we make our way through a drizzly, grey morning towards Killarney. Kerry is in the navigation seat to circumvent any possible misdirections that Gypsy might try.Muckross House was our first destination. This house was donated to Ireland in 1932 after the death of the daughter and wife of the owners of the property. The house came with beautiful gardens and a lake. Kerry ...