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This morning we left our hotel and headed west. Our first stop was the Connemara Marble factory. It is hard to believe that all that beautiful marble comes from this small factory. They also have a great gift shop. In the one gift shop a had a peat fire. Smelled great. We them went to Kylemore Abbey. It was built in the 19th century by a Mr Henry …
Sunday afternoon our group boarded a plane at 3:25 for New York City's JFK airport. We had plenty of time to get a bite to eat and do some people watching. At 9:15 we were getting ready to depart for Dublin, Ireland. After a 5 hr and 50 minute plane ride we arrived in Dublin. After we cleared customs, we were met by our tour guide, Dennis O'Connell …
... outnumbered by tourists, many using Galway as their base point for some of the country’s most famous sites (Cliffs of Moher, Aran Islands, The Burren, The Connemara, etc etc). The city has many cute pubs, restaurants and cafes and putting aside the fact that it had the worst weather we’ve seen yet, made for a nice week and a bit of touring.
In addition to making our day trips out of ...
... the sea lions, but the sea weed stench meant that sight seeing venture didn't last long.
We rode back into town and ate lunch at a local pub. However the whole Island was suffering from a power outage so it made the pub slightly dark inside. The burger and chips was great but it was definitely the coke that made me feel better.
Overall my day on the Aran Islands was lovely. Not that much to see but still a great way to spend a day. ...
... was well maintained and had some very long and challenging holes. I surprised the Caddie Master when I returned having finished the round in about three hours. The staff and few members I got to talk with all reminded me what a common ground there is with the majority of people interested in Golf. I got back to the B&B and Sheila and I packed the car for our return to Dublin.