Castle Oaks House Hotel
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... stop in the town. Our afternoon stop was at Moher of Cliff. It was a beautiful point where you could climb a trillion stairs to get a spectacular view. After my stealth moves in the toilet walking was even more difficult than usual. I chose to look at the cliff from the bottom and not attempt any stairs. Toby didn't have the energy to climb to the top of the cliff but he managed to get some good photos from half way up.
Tonight we went to an Irish ...
... murder or attempted murder, in full view of the many who assembled to see the hangings. Two of the men are now known to have been innocent. Apparently this was known at the time by the locals who didn’t/couldn’t do anything to prevent the hangings and, later, when a man on his death bed in America confessed to the murder.
Then back to the B&B for another most enjoyable dinner, though we did cut out 1 or 2 courses this ...
... demanded the Moors release all British prisoners. As a result, Richard Joyce was set free. The goldsmith had such a great amount of respect for Richard Joyce that he offered Joyce his daughter and half his wealth if Joyce stayed, but he denied his offer and returned home to marry his love who awaited his return. During his time with the Moors he forged a ring as a symbol of his love for her. Upon his return he presented her with the ring and ...
... to figure out how the car worked - mirrors, check, seats, check, gearshift? On the left, and don't forget to take off the parking brake or the car will ding angrily at you. We set off toward the "way out," and around each turn Katie would quietly remind me to stay to the left. Thankfully, this was rather successful. Thank goodness for roundabouts - you never miss your turn, even if it starts feeling like a Griswald vacation. Our first stop is Clare Abbey, as it was ...
... party for which he is an active member. If you have been a regular reader, you might remember back in December when I also did a table quiz here and our team lost terribly. Again, me, unaffiliated, but quick to join in for a good time! We stumbled through a range of questions regarding sports, geography, capitols, music, politics, and other type questions you find in pub quizzes, answering horribly, or so we thought. For one, we couldn’t understand ...