Hylands Burren Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking
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Another early morning walk down to the pier, with an outlook across Galway Bay. Saw 3 donkeys that Julie had to take a photo of. Headed off after breakfast for a trip around the Burren region. Drove around the coast to the next town of Fanmore, before heading to the Cliffs of Moher. This place apparently has over 1 million visitors a year, and given how many people were there yesterday I would believe that. The cliffs are stunning - no other way ...
... to see St. Nicholas' Church. This is the largest medieval parish church in Ireland still in constant use. It was built in 1320 on the site of an earlier chapel. In 1652 Cromwell's forces came in and destroyed many of the churches features. One angel did survive high on a pillar. Many of the stained glass windows are newer but are still very nice. One of the oldest parts of the church is a tomb of the Crusader from the Knights Templar dated back to the 13th or 14th century. It ...
... afford to spend my nights doing fun stuff and not studying. A couple nights ago, the international student society was having a meet and greet which included free entry into one of the nightclubs. Since it was a free entry I decided to give it a go. The nightclub was pretty much was I expected, people go there to dance and find people to shift with (shift means to make-out). I think the pubs are more of my scene.
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Right so what I missed out of yesterday was the tale of good old Fionn mac Cumhaill, or anglicised as Finn McCool. A giant who fought, *****d and had women fight his battles for him. We found his resting place, and by resting place I mean sleep and by giant, I mean and actual giant, 200 meters tall. Currently he sleeps just off the west coast of Ireland with the three beautiful daughters of the sea god who won his battle for him. You can see him just out from the coast, ...
... there was a HUGE black and yellow bee or bumblebee stinging me. I scared the boys when i started screaming. The BEE didn't seem to mind all the screaming - it just kept stinging. I finally got the thing to fly away. Boy was my leg stinging! Good thing I was wearing jeans as the stinger wasn't left in me. Greg attended to me... We had no ice and Greg took out bee ointment thinking that we would never need it in Ireland. That learned us!
We still walked to ...