Fairhill House Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... br> We hired Billy Mundrow to drive us to find sights not seen by the usual tourist, or so we were told. It was supposed to last two hours, but it turned into three and it was really a treat as he did take us to hidden spots and knew the history of the island. He ended the tour with a visit to his house that was beautiful.
The next day the town shut down for the funeral. We walked by the church that was full. People came from all over. The ...
... everywhere. As it was such a nice sunny day, everyone was out making the most of the sunshine. Galway of course has its own ruins - the Hall of the Red Earl. This is one of the earliest surviving structures in Galway, possibly 13th century. It wasn't discovered until 1997. Then an hour or so in the pub listening to some live Irish music. Brilliant. One of the guys singing had the most amazing voice. No microphone needed ...
... coast to see the cliffs from the sea. This was a great way to get close and see the strata and crumpling of it under pressure. There is a wonderful example of near vertical tilting and the exposed slope is a climbing site as in the photo. The inland end is the easy climb, the seaward end the moderate climb, and the centre is the hardest. It is schist and so would be smooth and slippery. Whole trip was a geographer's and geologist's dream. Drove out to ...
... it gives you a wish, but I was like, "my life is so awesome", and couldn't even think of anything to wish for. The cliffs themselves were amazing. We were there for a bit less than 2 hours, but I could've stayed longer, which was something I did not expect. We were also lucky that the weather was nice and not raining; the tour guide kept saying it hadn't been that clear in quite a while. The really neat part was walking around on the private ...
... was first built public hangings took place at the front of the building. However, from the 1820s onward very few hangings, public or private, took place at Kilmainham. A small hanging cell was built in the gaol in 1891. Kilmainham Gaol was closed as a prison in 1924, by the government of the new Irish Free State. Those of you who are close to Rob know all about his fascination with prisons, so he really enjoyed our visit. After a quick bite to ...