Caisleain Oir Hotel
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... it is easy to imagine how it must have dominated the local scenery with only tiny huts and cottages for competition. You couldn't help but be filled with reverence and awe for the Church in those simple days.
We had decided not to stop for lunch that day, due to the length of the drive, but did stop when passing through Ennis, at Drumcliff Church the buriel place of Yeats to have a look at his memorial. The church setting was ...
... place of the Sunday Bloody Sunday massacre. We saw the city walls and the gorgeous Peace Bridge, which is for foot traffic only. It was too early for lunch and we had a lot of miles to cover today, so we decided not to stop and walk around Derry.
We continued west and then headed north to catch the Wild Atlantic Way. We've done the other end of this scenic roadway from Kinsale. We enjoyed the pretty views and stopped at ...
Gas is 1.34 Euros per liter, translates to 5.07 per gallon, $5.79 U.S. Killybegs is a remote fishing village. We had a delightful local expert to fill us in on the details. We had lunch here, for me puréed vegetable soup, and a delicious brown bread. Brown bread is the new soda bread. The cafe was famous for desserts so I tasted ...
... nails, all,wooden pegs and easy to get the feel for life when the castle was in operation. Some cathedrals and old buildings are just TOO big - this was ideal. Check the photos.
Then we headed off to Slieve League and Malin Beg, the highest sea cliffs in Europe - on Ireland's far north west cost. What we could see was very impressive. More than that, the ability of the sheep to graze the grass on the steep slopes, one slip and they were gonners.
Finally the trip ...
... breakfast we travelled for about an hour to Carrowmore Megalithic (mega = large, lithic = rock) Cemetery, leaving County Mayo and entering County Sligo during our commute. The site is a passage tomb complex comprised of numerous stone circles varying in both size and diameter, most with a supported stone over the entry to the burial tomb. Research had dated the earliest findings to be around 4,600 years old when neolithic-age tribes inhabited the region. ...