Darby O'Gill's Country House Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
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... Moher. You know how you read about something and look at different pictures to see what this is like and then when you get there it just takes your breath away, well that's exactly what I got when we wondered to the viewing areas at the cliffs. It is hard to put that into words of how beautiful and stunning the landscape is and then try to take it all in - absolutely brillant!!
During our walk around the cliff edge it's designed ...
... in the room, we went back early). Initially we thought it would be great because they had been staying out late and sleeping in. Alas tonight they decided to build a fort out of their beds (failing miserably) and keep the dorm (and poor girls across the hall) up half the night with their chatter. I have learned my lesson on that one! The next day we were heard for dingle. We stopped there for lunch at a seafood pub. I had the ...
... cakes to go with our coffees. He's a bad influence! They spent their time productively planning the itinerary for the rest of the day. Back to Murphy's bar to watch Man Utd v QPR, then dinner at Caragh Restaurant then a pint or 3 of the black stuff to build up our strength for tomorrow's ...
... of them, and I must have taken at least 100 photos of them. At the base of the stairs built by the monks there was a guide to warn you about being careful climbing the 600 odd stairs that lead up to the monastery. 600 steps sounds pretty full on and intimidating, but they aren't very high steps, and with the puffins everywhere you stop quite frequently to take photos and then before you know it you're at the top. The monastery at the top was very impressive, it was ...
... pronounced Glenda-lock) meaning "glen of two lakes" just south of Dublin. Should be a good time as the weather is good right now.
But just wait an hour...