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... ancient artwork and high vaulted ceilings. I imagine hundreds of people must have died long ago building this masterpiece. Then I read it was built in 1965. Finished the day with a pretty uninspiring meal (at least there was beer). Found we walked 11 miles today, we're pretty tired, but ready to head south tomorrow to see the Cliffs of Moher and get to Dingle. ...
... they're blurred and virtually no upper body movement- I'm sure the people in the back row assumed that they were watching a bunch of people standing on the stage, occasionally turning their heads, and sweating but for us it was a frenzy of music and dance.
The cab driver who took us to the show also told us that the next day would be the only day with the clear weather required to visit the nearby famous Cliffs of Moher. This didn't jive with ...
... tiny, microscopic road and ahhh, it was the first feeling of feeling alone in the country, and to think about how life had been like this hundreds and centures of years and it was incredibly humbling – you felt truly insignificant among the landscape/ and we went on up to Kylemore Abbey and ohhh Susan was terrible – I hope Kylemore abbey is nt reading this blog but so Carmel said ‘ahh don’t pay to go in, say youre a resident of Kylemore and youll get in ...
... Tuam and then into Galway.
Pick of the bunch so far in Ireand is Galway - great town and lots of Irish Music. We spent the next few hours just wandering the centre of the city and the streets. Joe had a typical Irish guinness stew for dinner tonight.
Staying in another B&B tonight on the ocean front hosted by Brenda. Very welcoming and made us a coffee and cake when we arrived.
Next stop America!
... It was warm with a slight breeze. For the evening, we decided to go to check out HInchey's bar. After getting a little lost and asking for directions we found "Henchey's Pub" but close enough right? The bar was actually closed but someone saw us outside and opened the pub just for us. The owner was extremely courteous. We drank a few beers and chatted about the history of ...
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