The Glencarn Hotel
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... The peat fields after they have been stripped by huge mechanical harvesters. All over the Conemarra and through the West we have seen individual's digging it up, bagging it, drying it and using it for burning to heat their homes but here the scale of the operation is industrial and the land looks scared and ugly whereas on the individual scale it looks cut and gouged but it looks temporary and likely ...
... Saint John in Dublin. Next stop involved Trim Castle, where we spent close to two hours just photographing and exploring the grounds. This castle's keep was at least 70 metres high, and was still in excellent condition. Unfortunately, the last tour had left for the day, so we were unable to look inside. The Hill of Tara was next up. The monument stands over a ...
Day #3 in Dublin was supposed to be another walk around Dublin day. But, like every other tourist we met in town, we couldn't get out of Dodge fast enough. Dublin is a busy, noisy, graffiti-filled, dirty city . . . not unlike New York, but grubbier. The "Irish Tiger" economic boom is over and Ireland has reassumed its traditional role of the poor man of Europe, just ahead of Greece. ...
... you have heard of the stereotypical angry Scotsman, that was our guide but he was Irish. You were to listen quietly, and follow unquestioningly, and you would make it through this tour unscathed. He was very interesting and informative. We were allowed in the passage to the center chamber which was cross-shaped, 6 M below the top of the mound. The passage was very narrow in places and wouldn't be good for anyone claustrophobic. As we gathered in the interior our ...
... it put it all in perspective for me. I think I finally found the topic for my Thesis. We had another hour or so to walk around Belfast before heading off.
Our next stop, The Giant's Causeway. This was on the way to County Derry (or London Derry, or Legend-Derry depending on your perspective over the English rule). This was a formation on the coast of the ocean that comprised of about 40,000 column-rocks that were a result of a volcanic eruption. I don't think ...