Glenrowan House B & B
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... recommend joining the one million plus people that visit the cliffs every year.
As is bound to happen on our travels we arrived in Galway not really knowing that a major event was taking place called the Galway Races. This is Ireland’s version of the Kentucky Derby and if we had done a bit more research (and brought some fancier clothes) I’m sure it would have been a great event to check out. As it was ...
... one with a ribbon stating: Free Gaza, a poignant reminder of the similarities these people must feel for the Palestinians. We can see the peace bridge in the distance. Then it's out the New Gate and into the Catholic Bogside Area, the epicenter of the Troubles. The working class Catholic Neighborhood, displays 12 beautiful murals that memorialize the Troubles. These beautifully painted murals on the sides of flats display key figures and moments of the Troubles ...
... fell into the sea. Shortly thereafter the Countess insisted on moving inland and the castle was left to the elements. The wind is fierce, as we walk up to the outside of the castle to gain a peek ( it's already closed for the day). It's rocky outcropping juts out of the cliff and one can see why the Countess preferred a home on solid ground. We pile back in the car and head to our last stop: Londonderry or Derry depending on who you're talking to. The ...
... beers, then when we got back the others had started cooking dinner. We had some beers and a chat, then had a yummy mash and veggie bake for dinner, before getting back to some guitar playing. After a while we went back to Matt and Chris' place to pick up our clothes, then put them in the dryer at Darren's before getting ready and heading out with everyone except Ciaran, and went in to Paedar O'Donell's again. We watched ...
Well the history of this visit is amazing, the bloodshed occurred through the centuries so sad. The City Hall was the focal point of the trial of Bloody Sunday which took 12 years and the British Paratroopers would only be interviewed in London. We saw the two sides of the argument, Catholics had to own a home to have a vote but no one would sell them a home, a Protestant landowner could rent out 5 homes with 5 families in each On my way! & have 25 ...
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