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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 ...
... then you come to a double lane road leading up to a roundabout that is 50 k/hour. Hard to work out at times. The road numbering system is similar to the UK and is easy to follow. A final stop for the day was Muckross House, a stately home on the outskirts of Killarney. It is a beautiful home built in the early 19th century. queen Victoria stayed there for a grand total of two days. They were well prepared for her visit as they got years notice in ...
... woman played so many instruments that I had to write them down. Her main instrument was the bodruhn, but she also played bongos, snare drums, accordion, flute, bass, percussion, and a small stringed instrument. There was a male singer and a concertina player who did solo pieces. The dancers did group numbers as well as solo and duet numbers and were fantastic. We were all glad that we had decided to go.
Wednesday we ...
... school students (more on this later). Jess and I have been hosteling it quite a bit in Ireland. Maybe it's just the time of year, but we've been having trouble getting any couch surf hosts. So we have been staying more at hostels. Hostels are great for meeting a lot of fellow travelers from all over the World. This is what we really enjoy about the people we meet. Jess always checks the ratings of the hostels before she books it, so ...
... hello, and drivers waved.
Nearly two hours later, I rounded a bend to find the magnificent Cliffs of Moher. Wowee! Pictures don't do them justice! The Cliffs of Moher are those giant West Coast cliffs you always see on Irish advertisements, towering far above the crashing waves down below. I first strolled around the chaotic information center, built into a grassy mound like a hobbit house, then along the path that led up to the cliff's edge. ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet