Cliffs of Moher Hotel
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... the spoons was either have way too much fun or had a little too much to drink, we still haven't decided. We walked around Dublin on Wednesday and Thursday to see some touristy things and give Michael a feel for the city. We went to Trinity College where we saw the Book of Kells, a lavishly decorated copy, in Latin, of the four Gospels. It was likely written early in the 9th century by monks at the Iona monastery in ...
... was at around 8:15. The ride to the cliffs was a good two hours long however we made a few stops on our way there and back. Our first stop was in a town called Limerik and it was for small snacks and coffee (and chicken nuggets for Gab, Christy, and me). Our second stop was the 'mini cliffs', which is a smaller, less touristy version of the Cliffs of Moher. After that we ate lunch at a cute restaurant ...
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 ...
Well, we got on the road from Dublin. The motorway system is quite good. It's my first real trek with the minivan. I'm perfecting things......like riding a bike really (just to mix my metaphors a bit). Got on to the M50 easily enough, then to the N6 to the West (I'm reminded of the movie Into the West, not sure why). Then the little bit of rain hits....and the windshield wiper flew off the car! Literally, one swipe of the blade and whoosh! ...