Castle Oaks House Hotel
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... the many fine mineral specimens it produced, particularly of the ore minerals galena and sphalerite. Recently, the area has come to media attention as the integrity of the village's water supply was threatened by pollution from the tailings left behind at the mine. Had to pass thru Limerick again to get to Adare, I do not like Limerick at all, very difficult to navigate thru it, there is a bypass but it's a toll road and we avoid them as we don't know how they work - and don't need ...
... that had been arranging flowers most of the afternoon and was now sweeping. We just chatted for a bit, and she assured us we were safe because she'd be out there for at least two hours. She then assumed a hilarious granny with a broom stance (she looks to be in her 70s?) and swatted away invisible intruders. Hilarious. And then a few minutes later, she knocks on our door and hands us another box - 9 chocolates!! It pays ...
... so we had lunch there. After wandering around the attractions, we caught the 2.40 bus back to Limerick, walked back into town and bought some supplies at Tesco. Tonight we are just having some dry biscuits with dip and pate, as our lunch was substantial . Tomorrow we have to be up early to catch a bus to Shannon Airport to pick up the car by 8.00. I will be the driver as Edie is now over 70 and therefore unable to hire a car in Ireland. Tomorrow should be interesting...... stay ...
... were formed over 320 million years ago during a time called the Upper Carboniferous period when the area was much warmer in climate and was situated at the mouth of a large river. The river flowed down bring mud and sand with it eventually dumping it all over the area where it settled and formed the rock layers. The Cliffs of Moher is also a protected area under the EU Birds Directive 1979 and is home to Ireland ...
... I went out into the Folk Park. It is a group of homes that were recreated or moved from different locations in Ireland to show life in the nineteenth century. We started out in the farm houses and worked our way up to the Bunratty Manor House. We walked through the village street, where there were shops and, of course, a pub! Where do you suppose I found a group of our students? In the pub!
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