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... voir les pictures pour plus de détails. Chaque site avait son intérêt, même si nous n'avons pas eu vraiment le temps de visiter en détail ce que nous avons vu. Mais c'est en étant dehors dans cette campagne verdoyante que j'ai enfin eu l'impression d'être en vacances, et je me suis détendu en respirant l'air frais de l'Irlande en début d'été. :)
As I was walking in Dublin I saw perfectly by chance an ad for a day tour around ...
... and had little ginger hair growing in. I got to hold him a ton and he kept smiling up at me. We then made our way to dinner at Errigle Hotel, which is the land where Pascal had purchased for his daughter to move to, but never did. It was a delicious dinner and they paid for everything!
The next morning, we were given a full Irish breakfast. This included big slabs of ham, a can of brown beans, eggs, and sausages. I forced myself to put down what I could, because ...
... Ireland. The castle had been partially restored: a few pieces of furniture, tapestries, a beautiful vaulted ceiling of wood and had the original stone carved fireplace. After the castle we visited some nearby shops. We also saw guards in camo clothing with rifles standing around the center square...hmmmmm. Carolyn talked to the postman who said they were guarding the ...
On Wednesday it was time to move on again, this time back north to Galway. On the way we stopped at the pretty little village of Ballyvaughan, on the south shore of Galway Bay, with its lovely old castle and an even lovelier coffee shop with home made cakes. Unusually for a village there was a good car park with space enough for a caravan.
Galway is a rather spread out town and our route took ...
... here the drive is just amazing. Any who once i arrived and found a car park (harder than it sounds!) i went inside and started the adventure (after forking out €9 euro first!) so some history for you: "Birr Castle has been on this site since 1170 and from the 14th to the 17th century the O'Carroll family ruled from here over an area known as "Ely O'Carroll". So after the death of Sir Charles O'Carroll, Sir Laurence Parsons (died 1628) was granted ...
Other places to stay in Mullingar
Austin Friar Street, Mullingar | Hotelfrom $108
Belvedere, Mullingar | Hotelfrom $120
Dublin Road, Mullingar | Hotelfrom $161
Pearse Street, Mullingar | Hotelfrom $107
Main Street, Mullingar | Hotelfrom $98