Glenlo Abbey Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... enjoyed a really great coffee and home made apple pie and salted caramel brownie. Further along we came across a ruined abbey and so took the opportunity to have a look around. Quite a few O'Connors were buried here- Kerryn's relatives. There seem to be numerous ruins of what could have been castles and large manor houses but not the size of the castles in Scotland. Still, they look interesting and provide great photo opportunities! We finished the road trip with a visit to ...
... that easy - but I found it!!! I stopped in Westport for a late lunch and a local recommended McCormack's. It's a little local sandwich shop ... With homemade baked goods!!! I had the ham and Brie wrap. With a plum cobbler to finish!!! It was amazing. The lady behind the counter struck up a conversation about my stay and I told her I was passing through and not staying in Westport. I ...
Drove to Gallway city and then to Woodford to meet up with someone from the West Gallway Genealogical Society. At some point after this the gps changed my mind on where to go but I think I was halfway back to Killarney when it decided I was were I should be. I drove back to Galway City through some of the twistiest, uneven, narrow lane ways I would ever want to drive ...
... all packed and ready to hit the road when the tantalising aroma of Irish breakfast curls past our collective nostrils. OK, maybe we can wait for just a few minutes more. Besides, the five thousand year old mounds at Newgrange will be even better if we let them age a bit longer.
The breakfast is gooood, and we pile into our Ford Galaxy luxury machine and ask our GPS where to go. I still find it a little odd to be getting accurate directions from ...
... spent some time today exchanging a gift for Marika as she wanted a blue water bottle:) Mila had come up with the idea that she wanted a regular water bottle that Irish people would use. She didn't want a "touristy" thing just a plain water bottle. I had gotten Marika the same water bottle but now she wanted something different. You see, Marika has been wanting to copy everything her big sister does which drives Mila crazy! ...