Flannery's Hotel Galway
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... by about 1000 years or so. Pretty cool! The Cliffs of Moher were amazing, and easily one of the most magnificent things I've ever seen. They're very strict about staying off the wall at the Cliffs, but once you head off a ways the walls stop, and there's no one to really stop you anymore. Tomorrow is Galway city as we stay an extra day, but otherwise plan to take it a little ...
... while looking at some pictures of the cliffs during the session. But there we were together enjoying the endless and beautiful view!
During our free time on the cliffs we saw the famous O’Brien’s Tower on the top of the northeast cliff. Sir Cornelius O’Brien built this Tower in 1835 to impress the ladies. The cliffs of Moher are also famous because this ...
Written by Rebecca
We got up early, had breakfast, and were picked up by a taxi for our short ride to the University of Limerick where we gave our workshop. There ended up being about 90-100 people there from all branches of the university and from some other Irish institutions as well. We were in a very large auditorium and folks spread out all over it—not ideal for connecting personally with participants. The topic was active learning and it was ...
... no one was willing to execute the son of the mayor. So Walter Lynch himself executed his own son. And they think this is where the term “lynching” comes from.
Naturally, it was raining again and still windy, so the walk wasn't very long, and I think nearly all of us returned to the B&Bs instead of staying out in the pubs. Am now trying to Skype with John (Happy birthday!), but the connection is funky. So funky, in fact, that I can't upload photos. Maybe tomorrow.
... eyelash at that.
Next stop was a ‘must see’ instruction from just about everyone we’d met in Ireland: the Burren. It’s 250 sq/km, and just 15 sq/km makes up Ireland smallest National Park (one of only six), and one of the largest expanses of karst landscape in the world (basically formed when mildly acidic water acts on weakly soluble bedrock such as limestone. The mildly acidic water begins to dissolve the surface), and ...