Downings Bay Hotel
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... that sound any good. One of them is just a open paddock, which did not sound very inviting. No recreation room, nothing. So the house it is.
I arrive and am greeted by Robert and Anne and their 3 dogs. It is a very nice house and my room for the next 2 nights is very good. We sit for a few hours chatting away over afternoon tea.
They are both out tonight, so i am left looking after the dogs.
Robert tells me he is lucky to be alive after needing a ...
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- My wife was very pleased with her cut and blow dry .
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... couple nights.
Along the way to Galway we took a slight detour to visit the most popular tourist stop in all of Ireland, the Cliffs of Moher (pronounced like more not mohair like we heard a number of other American tourists calling it haha). The cliffs were truly breathtaking and run for a great distance along the Western coast of Ireland. They reach over 700 ft tall at their highest and the curvature of the coast line allows for ...
... music there and had a beer, then headed off and went up to Masons, where they had a Rory Gallagher tribute band, called Cradle Rock, playing. This was really cool to see, because its a band that Darren and Ciaran love, and have been showing us a lot of during our stay, so it was cool to hear some of the songs live! The band was really tight and talented, and we enjoyed all of the show, except the couple of really drunk guys at ...
... took a bus to Giant’s Causeway, one of Northern Ireland’s staples. Let me tell you, it is so for a reason.
We first went to the rope bridge, which extended from the northern coast of Northern Ireland to a small island right offshore. It was a little windy and terrifying, and you can see in the pictures that it was totally worth it! I climbed farther than one probably should climb, leading to a slew of German students trying to imitate ...