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... got car few minutes later and was on the road before 11...so far so good. Until I left motorway and hit the REAL roads of Ireland. I had no GPS so had to do the old fashioned way and read the map, read the signs and do it all while driving! Easy?...not at all! Driving in Ireland must have been the best and the worst experience ever. If you are good driver and confident one you will absolutely love it! I was just scared. But I had a car, ...
... nicely dressed. After checking in we headed into town which is just darling. The roads remind all of us of Italy rather than Ireland, with narrow winding roads and many hills. A little history on Athlone...it was developed on the River Shannon (longest river in Ireland and UK) in 1210 AD, a castle was erected for King John of England and the town expanded on either side of the Shannon. In 1690, it was the site of the Seiges ...
... cheap rental turned into a $400 a week rental :(
So we hopped in the car and had to adjust to the craziness of it all!!! I thought I was driving a couple times and had to get my hand off the shifter!! HAHA
Jason did amazing (probably because of the GPS) and all three cars made it to our beautiful house by 5:00!!! I posted pics of the house and we are in COMPLETE HEAVEN!!! This house is ...
... warfare from a more organised Irish force with a man called Collins in charge the English agreed to make a deal. They offered Ireland (with the top areas opting to stay part of the UK) independence as a part of the commonwealth, so they would be a bit like Australia. Collins thought this was the best deal at the time and so he accepted the offer. This angered those more extreme believers who saw accepting this as disrespectful to the people who gave their lives ...
... in the really old days that is what one of the buildings was) distillery. We did get a wee dram to taste at the end of the tour - bleck! Then we were off to Edinburgh for the ghost tour. Unfortunately due to some mix up the ghost tour was held at 2 pm - not really scary. LOL. But it was interesting and our guide, Andy, had tons of interesting facts and was very funny. The hotel we stayed at in Edinburgh was a country club with a large golf course. Very pretty. It's also ...
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