Cliffs of Moher Hotel
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... stone was used for building small cottages, also. The cottages were extremely small and at one time had thatched roofs. The homes in that area now are very modern and only the ruins of the cottages remain, however the fences are still used. When we arrived at the Cliffs of Moher, a thick misty haze had rolled in. We couldn't see them at all. A very nice foot path and steps run along the edge of the cliffs so we walked out there. We made it to O'brien's Tower, ...
... our bus driver was crazy; he sang songs the entire way and had an X-Factor on the bus with volunteer singers! We first stopped in a little fishing village, Kinvara, for a look around and then drove through the Burren. The Burren is a limestone and fossil Lunar like rock formation. It is home to a number of caves and the Cormoroe Abbey where we stopped to take in the view. We drove along the Atlantic Coastal Drive past ...
The Cliffs of Moher (more) are one of the few things that Rick Steves gives 3 stars in his book. Although he doesn't know everything, he was right about this, and they were spectacular. We headed in that direction after the conference sessions were done, and luckily, they are just over an hour from Limerick. According to ...
... apparently this is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Ireland!!! This area is so beautiful- you just want to keep walking and taking way too many photos. A long late lunch with a pint of guinness to celebrate another amazing walk and now we are hunkered down at our B&B as the wind howls. This is the first bad weather we have had and provides a good excuse to put our ...
... then you come to a double lane road leading up to a roundabout that is 50 k/hour. Hard to work out at times. The road numbering system is similar to the UK and is easy to follow. A final stop for the day was Muckross House, a stately home on the outskirts of Killarney. It is a beautiful home built in the early 19th century. queen Victoria stayed there for a grand total of two days. They were well prepared for her visit as they got years notice in ...