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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Babysitting service
- Room service
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... and as we made our way, the weather started to clear. We had sections of blue skies and could even see the sun occasionally. We made several photo stops, but our first real stop was at Kylemore Abbey, which is a beautiful building in the side of a mountain. The building was originally a private residence which was later converted to a girls' boarding school run by nuns. It looks like a castle as you can see from the pictures.
... 4:00. We started work early today so we could leave before the Friday traffic got too bad. However, traffic in Cork was still pretty heavy, so it was dark by the time we got on the roads we don't know so well. The drive went pretty well but we didn't see much of the scenery given how dark it was. We made it to our hotel at about 8:30 and were able to check in and relax a bit ...
... amp;B" and Tony took to us Martin's.
Martin warmly invited us in and after stories, a nice cuppa, and some biscuits, he toured us around the property. He lives in the "modern" house which was built 70 years ago and he took us out to the stone structure where my great-grandmother lived alongside a dozen of her family members. Two rooms, no bathroom, and get this- no WiFi! The structure has since been turned into a cow shed but it was ...
... a funny sense of humour with making speed limits 80 km. You have to have rocks in your head to go any more than half that speed. Lots of people doing walking and biking holidays, lucky for them we only passed them doing 20 km. Once we arrived to the top of the mountain the view was just amazing, even thou it was raining lightly. We then drove to Kylemore Abbey which was built as a private home for the family of Mitchell Henry, ...
... that the flower's pollen is collected and spread. How that doesn't enhance the experience was beyond Feynman. See the beauty, maybe understand it too, surely better than some mystical 'ah, maybe this was created'.
I didn't enjoy the steeper part of the descent-it's a well maintained and obvious path, accessible to anyone moderately fit, but still had slightly hairy bits for me. While I was tentatively grabbing at rocks on the side to give me a sense of security, my 20years ...