Hylands Burren Hotel
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- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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10/18 - We had a nice drive from Westport - on 10/19 we visited the Burren and spent time at the Visitor Centre - it was great - very informative and there is a lot of pre-roman Christian places. Remember - Christianity was in Ireland before good old St Pat arrived.
10/19 - we visited the cliffs of Moher - nice
10/18 - had dinner in great Italian restaurant on Ballyvaughnan - Uncle Mike got his ...
... and in 1954 it was bought by Christobel Lady Ampthill who finished the restoration and lived there until 1982. They now hold medieval banquets there with poetry readings.
On our way to Galway we stop to have lunch at a little place called Morans of the Weir. This is a little place we heard about back in Dingle. This place has been here since the 1700's serving the local fishermen. It is mostly seafood, but the lunch sandwiches were just great.
After this ...
... my fascination for this country grew exponentially. Once the Irish guy proposed to Ana from Boston, Amy Adams, on the Cliffs of Moher those cliffs became an object of obsession for me. If there was one place I had to see while in Ireland it had to be the Cliffs of Moher. However, when I was there all I could see was dense fog to either side of me. If I looked past the cliffs into the horizon, it may as well have been ...
Since we have recovered a bit from Friday night we get ready and go for a stroll down town. Not knowing what else there is to do in Galway besides a few pubs we take a bus tour. The history and sights aren't as much here compared to what there is in Dublin so it wasn't a very big tour. After which we went and sorted out our hire car ready to be picked up Monday ...
... t know the best way to start since this setting was different than the singing circles and pubs and people were still talking, but he announced me to the group, helping ease my entrance, by saying to the group, “This is Carrie, she is a student in Limerick,” even though the crowd wasn’t really listening, but I took that as a cue and started up. I had been struggling with a song choice that night and switched last minute, deciding to sing ...