Station House Hotel Letterkenny
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First stop venturing from Galway for the day was at the Joyce family's marble factory. They mine locally and manufacture Irish marble jewellery as a family business. Much of the land in Ireland is divided into geometric patterns by rows of piled stone, visible above in aircraft. Rolling hills are punctured by rock, crawling like skeletal bodies beneath the mosses. It is primarily rock bed under the land, therefore cultivation ...
Lovely day with Hilary, Tara and Eve at the Glenveagh National Park and castle. Had heaps of fun exploring the interpretive centre learning about the history of the castle and surrounding parks. I caught the bus for the short ride to the castle. The ...
... new about the cliffs in the different seasons, but of course they stand strong and seemingly unaltered, although its definite the strong winds take their tolls.
We headed back to Dublin through the Burren, the old Cork Screw road (which is must scarier driving down than driving up), stopping along the way in the old Viking town of Athlone, which had a wonderful charm that will be sure to draw me back again.
We made it back to Dublin and were too tired ...
... producers at a wine bar/restaurant/cookery school in Sligo city. Perfect! And, to top off the evening, I enjoyed my chocolate birthday cake and prosecco, fireside in the Temple Houses’ cozy sitting room as we visited with some fellow Canadian guests.
Our second day at the Temple House was spent relaxing and exploring the grounds which consisted (amongst many other things) of hundreds of grazing sheep, a lake equipped with row boats for ...