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After another French toast and ham breakfast, it was time for a day in the car. Making my way down to Galway, via Sligo & Mayo county. And of course, my inner dork would not let me go through Sligo County without paying tribute to WB Yeats!!! For those of you who don't know, he is an Irish poet ... Whom I have always loved. But he grew up in …
... We were allowed to put our bags in the living room at Salmon Weir which was a big help to us. We went for a walk on the famed Promenade Walk which was filled with some pretty awesome sights! It was really peaceful. After that we enjoyed the Ireland vs. Italy rugby game which Ireland won in the last 2 minutes of the game. Everyone at the pub was really excited about it, except for the small group of Italians who ...
... t terribly. Anyway, we walked across a bridge with large flat stones across it where there was a monk's fishing hut. The story was that the monk's put a string in the water attached to a bell. When there was a fish on the line, the bell would ring and they would pull up the fish. We walked a ways and came out on a view of the Ashford Castle. The castle was ...
... were the first customers inside.
O’Connor’s is a wonder. It’s full of antiques and what some would call junk. Every available space is taken up with STUFF! Lamps, both electric and oil, hang from the ceilings along with pots, pans, and various and sundry things. There are lit candles on the tables, which are about the only clear surfaces in the place. It’s just fun to be there, and I don’t think anything had changed since our ...
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