Castletroy Park Hotel
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... to see the Castle and Pioneer Village.
Off again and onto Limerick where we are staying the night.. Short drive for us today.
Off to find veges for dinner tonight!
PS - forgot to tell you all yesterday that Joe was wearing his All Black jersey and got stopped in the main street of Galway and asked if he was an All Black!!!
... It was a sunny day, and the view was beautiful. After lunch we headed down to the old house to have a look at where my great grandfather grew up. It is at the base of the Galtee Mountains, and reminds me of where gran and grandad's house is now, at the base of Mt Tyson.
We headed up to Aunty Julia's house, where Aunty Bridget met us as well. They were all very interested in the folks at home, in mum and dad, gran and grandad, ...
... next to me comments, “Are you not freezing?” My response, “Yes, I’m freezing!,” not realizing that he is commenting on my tights and shorts. I tried to convince him then that these tights are warmer than his jeans, but he just “yeah sure”ed me and parted with, “Tomorrow you should check the forecast.” Ok, smarty pants. Hooray for the Irish, striking up random conversations with strangers on the street.
... he passed some very important school exams and they were celebrating. Dennis and I brought them some gifts from the US - a duffel and backpack from Hollister. Apparently, Irish teens are mad about Hollister, even the older ones who, in the US, wouldn't be caught dead in Hollister gear after the age of 13. Hollister will not ship to Ireland so when Pat knows that Dennis is coming to Ireland he will put in a Hollister order for the kids with Dennis! We went to the Texas Steak House ...
... actually not much open so we kept driving north. When we reached the beautiful Sky Road just outside of Clifden the clouds parted, and the sun shone down on the sea far below us...spectacular!! The remainder of the afternoon was spent driving around on tiny remote roads getting lost and then found and then lost again - my favorite thing to do in Ireland. We had dinner at a little place on Galway Bay called Moran's at the Weir, and I had some of the best fish I have ever ...