Glasan Holiday Village
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... so she was traveling to celebrate! (Hello Barbara, Patrick, and Andrew!) We got along really well and I had a great time getting talk to each of them and hearing their stories. The tour guide was quite interesting...the man was probably 65 years old and was either drunk or making everything up because some of thing he was saying were pretty unbelievable.
Anyway, we made it Galway in no time and took a quick walking tour of the cutest, friendliest town I have ...
... actual airboat, and seems so tiny in today's world. From Foynes we headed to Banratty Castle for a quick stop. With only time to eat lunch and have a walk towards the front gate, we took a few snaps and zipped back to the coach. Once back on the road, we were off to the Cliffs of Moher. Perched seven hundred feet above the Atlantic, the Cliffs are a drop straight down. Our weather was glorious, sunny and just a hint of mist where the sky meets the land. Eamonn gave us an ...
... and we drove up the Loop and if you drove offr the loop youd practically plunge down to your death into the ocean! Ha, but t was extremely gorgeous, unbelieavable, and the wind was mighty strong, and the clouads were ferocious and heavenly, with the sun piercing through here and there, and it was frigid but you felt alive, and the waves were crashing and strong in the distance, and if you swam ans swam for long enough in that ocean youd be back to Boston, well nearly, but what ...
... was worth the hard hills we had biked over before. It was so much fun whizzing down the hills and being able to take in everything! We made it to Dun Aonghasa, which is the Black Fort that is on the cliffs of the Island. We walked up to the cliffs, which has about a 200-300 foot drop. We were able to sit right on the edge of the cliffs if we wanted to! (Which I did). It was quite beautiful. After leaving the cliffs, we biked along the coast back to the ferry ...
We left Doolin today for Galway. We decided to take the scenic route and I can honestly say that there are few experiences more rewarding and freeing than driving through the Irish country side. We stopped at several places to take pictures and I have never been more moved in my life. It was absolutely gorgeous. I felt a deep connection to the land of Eire that I have never felt before. It was like I ...