Gregans Castle Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
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... to the owner, who gave us a tour outline for tomorrow along with places that we had to see. Some locals came in and we had a chat to them. The bar is an Irish Whiskey bar, and they even had a menu of all the whiskies that they sell. We had to try one, so Julie had an Irish coffee, and I tried a single malt Irish whiskey. We are staying two nights in Ballyvaughan and will do a trip around the area tomorrow.
PS: Go the bunnies - big winners today I ...
... Today we head off in search of castles. Irish castles are either in ruins (damn Cromwellians) or are on the small scale. Dunguaire Castle in Kinvara is an small intact castle that was built in 1520 by the O'Hynes descendants. This castle is built at the edge of the bay where goods were brought in by boat. The castle consists of a keep, tower house, walled garden. The tide was out when we were there but the views from the top were amazing. The castle changed hands many times ...
... a dog would follow. I have a new liking for vultures and understand their place in society. We were also lucky enough to see the star of the shows. This was another falcon called Bud whose flying skills were so fast and he was an outstanding bird.
Overall this was just a fantastic day and something to remember always. I was feeling pretty good about my redemption so I asked Rory was I forgiven and did he now trust me to which they both replied ...
... population of Galway that wasn't in a pub. People were sitting around chatting, playing music, roller skating, drinking and having a good time. Plus the sun was still up so it was great!
It was a fantastic time in Galway indeed and it would be a great city to return to with a big group of friends. It was also nice to have some chillaxing time. On our way to Northern Ireland now and stopping in at Derry for two nights! Hopefully our next B and B is as good as our Galway ...
... that were humorous, serious, sean-nůs, ballads, short, long, high and low. Non singers were encouraged to sing as much as the singers, and only two or three people who were accompanying their spouses were allowed to pass, but not without some hopeful nudging. After most guests sang once, the emcee turned to me and asked nicely, “Carrie, would you like to sing?” My heat leapt up to my throat and it took a few moments for me to gather composure. I ...