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Day 2 Drove to marble arch caves and went on hike within a cave and a short boat ride Drove to donegal and ate at the blueberry café Drove to slieve league which had a murderous sheep we were chased by Gave a ride to a guy named Patrick to donegal who apparently is a tourist that likes to bike ...
We arrived in Dublin at night, tired and ready for a day of relaxing. I was hoping to see a bit of the countryside, as our destination was 2 hours west of Dublin, but it was too dark to see anything. That didn't stop me from getting my fill of beautiful Irish countryside, as we got to do a bit of driving around during our time there. The following day, we just got to relax and basically do nothing, something long needed after 12 weeks of constant "doing".
Maggie and I got our ...
... the Atlantic. The fields were also filled with rock, which would make it very difficult for cropping or even grazing livestock. In the afternoon we visited Kylemore Abbey, a nineteenth century manor house which is home to the Benedictine Nuns. It has the finest example of a walled garden in the west of Ireland, and shows what you can do with a whole lot of money and the will to tame the wild landscape. Have a look at the pictures attached, they are really quite ...
... after which we had to fill in a few hours be for we could move into our accommodation. We went across the Shannon River to a Castle and had a good look around then found a shopping centre so we could stock up. We found the rental at the end of a very quite road and it over looks the Bay, very peaceful. Friday - we just drove around looking at the countryside around here. All the roads in Ireland that are not major ones are so narrow Thayer are only two car's wide with ...
... Abbey written in it. But it looks nothing like the ruins in the picture. After 10 minutes of walking around, we drive down the road. Guess what’s on the other side of town? FORE ABBEY! Other than some informational boards, you're left to explore and self guide around the site. The tourist office appears to be closed, but we are able to spend a full hour walking around, taking pictures and enjoying the ...