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... of those attending who were financial, hence entitled to vote to elect the Chieftain in waiting. We had also arranged for the new Treasurer to call in to discuss the PayPal set up. We managed to fit everything in; just and arrive on time for the farewell banquet being held in the Old Ground.
We were served a huge four-course, most enjoyable, meal interspersed by some speeches ...
... dolphin birthday party sounds awesome. Casey had been wanting to press a penny, and finally found a machine to do it in Dingle with a Fungi print. We also went to Murphy's, which advertises itself as having the vest ice cream in the world. Jen said this was true. I had a scoop of chocolate and a scoop of raspberry sorbet. The chocolate was great as chocolate always is, but my god, it was the best raspberry sorbet u had ever had. Your ...
Started off the day with poached eggs and salmon for me and "scrambled" eggs for Rich. My meal was again delicious. Rich wasn't happy with his. He said they didn't taste like scrambled eggs at all. But that's ok we were going to the Cliffs of Mohr! The bus ride was about 90 minutes. Robert, our bus driver/tour guide filled our brains with the history of Ireland. Learning quite a bit so far. The day was turning out to ...
... was perfectly content to relax in my room and work on my blog. It was far too hot to walk to town, especially since we heard it was a healthy 20-minute venture. While many of the group decided to take the optional excursion to Knappogue Castle and experience a medieval banquet, I decided not to go. Rick Steves’ in his guidebook said that the banquets were far too commercialized, and that going down to Ennis and eating in one of the many pubs was far ...
... in 1700's
Bogs of dead vegetation, cut for fuel
Currently, many bogs are off-limits as Ireland is moving away from using peat for fuel.
This is due to the fact that peat is not a resource that can be renewed quickly. In fact, the bogs date to the Ice Age.
Stop at the Airboat Museum
Start the tour with an Irish Coffee demonstration. First Dorothy was called up as ...
Other places to stay in Ennis
Clare Road, Ennis | 3 star hotelfrom $96
- Staff wonderfull
- Dirty and stinky
- West County thoughts
O'Connell Street, Ennis | 3 star hotelfrom $134
- Top marks for The Old Ground
- Hotel Reception Staff, rude, unhelpful
- The place to stay in Ennis
Galway Road, Ennis | 3 star hotelfrom $77
- Enjoyable stay
- Fawlty Towers service in the restaurant
Shanaway Road, Ennis | 4 star hotelfrom $77
- Absolutly Fabulous!!!
- Four Star Hotel! Ha! In Your Dreams!
- Not quite a 4 star hotel.
Old Mill Road, Ennis | Hotelfrom $90
The Square, Ennis | 3 star hotelfrom $94
- The location could not have been better!
- Superb Location- Very Clean
- FABULOUS WEDDING VENUE
The Market Square, Ennis | Hotelfrom $64