Delphi Adventure Resort Hotel & Spa
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... rooms. It is a lovely home with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. They had very kindly left us bread, milk and butter, plus a bottle of wine. After unpacking and checking out the gardens while the sun was shining, we drove into Louisburgh and were surprised to find a grocery store open. All the stores in Dublin seemed to close at 6. Next we looked for someplace to eat. We checked in at McNamara's Pub, but they do not serve food and suggested we try ...
- roads - 80 km/hour speed limit on narrow, winding roads - no strip on the side of the roads - the roads end by the brush or fences come right up to the side of the road - villages and small towns appears to allow vehicles to park facing both directions - I had heard about houses, especially in housing estates, that had been built during the Celtic Tiger, but when the economy crashed, the houses were never sold. We have seen examples of these, the houses look sad - ...
... woolen jumpers, pubs, about three thousand kilometres of stone fences and learned everything there is to know about peat-bogs and digging for peat. They actually have a Bog Festival in this area later in the year. (Insert double-entendre here).
Tonight, they are going back into Clifden to find a pub (no satnav required), eat, drink and catch some traditional Irish music.
Tomorrow is off south towards Doolin where they'll spend 3 nights repeating what they did two paragraphs ...
... Our bus driver pulled over to the shoulder of the road and stopped but we were a little disappointed that we were not getting a very good view of this little critter as he was busy grazing on the green green grass with his back to us. It seemed that he wanted nothing to do with us. However, out came our cameras.
... able to fully enjoy the famously spectacular coastlines and ruggedly scenic hills and valleys that Ireland has to offer. Our very first weather forecast on the radio seemed positive, although it was difficult to be sure, with the cheery young woman predicting in her charming Irish brogue "some pretty decent chances for dry spells" throughout the day, and although she never went so far as to predict actual sunshine, she did offer a slight possibility that the skies ...