Gullane's Hotel & Conference Centre
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... Chin up!!Four layers on so if add a small sweater should be fine. Just the dampness . Meal tasted good anyway. Had read that in trying out of the way shops or restaurants may come upon a wonderful shop with delicious food. Here, the bakery has some of the best brownies have ever eaten.
The M1 is a four lane highway from Belfast to Dublin, much easier to navigate than the northern version since a lot less roundabouts ...
... lights everywhere, which made us sit a little tightly, but the pilot was wonderful, and landed with barely an extra bump. He had done such a good job of being calm that no one clapped in relief- they must have assumed that all was in order. I was hesitant to shout out a "good job, buddy" in case the masses erupted out of the plane. It took some hours to get a new plane sorted out for us, and we had now missed our connecting flight to Dublin. I was most worried ...
... as soon as I walked into the door. There was a roaring fire and I was the only patron. I had a great conversation with Bernadette, the bartender before during and after my meal. Brigid called while I was eating to tell Bernadette to "ring" her when I was ready. It is a very small village so of course everyone knows Brigid.
It was dark when we arrived on the farm, so I couldn't tell much where I was going to be sleeping. It was the coolest ...
... to do when we arrived. The trip went by quickly and in under three hours we were unpacked and settled into what has to be the most kid-friendly hotel in all of Ireland. There are kids everywhere. When I asked the waitress why that was so, she just shrugged and said that it was just widely known as a family friendly hotel and that it wasn't uncommon for there to be more than 150 children staying there at any given time. Cripes! We hit the restaurant in the lobby for what ...
We set out early today for the Cliffs of Moher. Driving through County Clare is serene, very pastoral with stone walls, sheep and cows, and lots of green landscape everywhere you look. The roads are just as narrow and as you get closer to the famous cliffs, the traffic picks up. We arrived at the visitor center and noticed lots of tour buses and the parking lot was half full. We are driving a BMW and we have pulled the side mirrors in so we have more ...