Delphi Adventure Resort Hotel & Spa
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... only a short break in the rain.
Back in the car . . . driving straight through to Clifden. Tonight, an early dinner & a little more trad music. Tomorrow's going to be a full day.
A much nicer morning ...
decided to take to the road in my car to the north west of Ireland which Ive never seen before, this first part in west port was very good , pity I arrived so late in the evening but got to sample the towns atmosphere and local characters, A must if you are in the west of ...
... industry and a population of some 400 people. We were lucky enough to jag a table outside the pub with an amazing view for lunch. Stuart reckons his fish and chips (from the chipper) were the best he has had so far. We took the long way home as Noel wanted to show us The Twelve Bens, or Twelve Pins, which is a mountain range of sharp-peaked quartzite ranges located northeast of Roundstone. Which was just picturesque. We both kept asking him to stop ...
... cathedral, and I climbed to the top of a very narrow tower, then the Catholic Church where they got married, and Black Abbey with incredible stained glass windows. We had another delicious lunch at a hotel, and then wandered up to Kilkenny Castle. It was free to get into the grounds, where lots of people were having picnics and kicking around footballs. Mary told me I definitely had to do the tour through the newly renovated rooms, and it was worth the €2.50 (sneaky ...
... her own, wanted to see a Connemara pony again. And she knew, having lead this tour several times, that there would be a little white pony coming up on our left. So heads up everyone for the little fellow.
Sure enough, there was a little guy grazing in the field, but with his back to us. "Pull over, pull over", our ...