Hylands Burren Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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I only had vague directions of the path we were going to take and, without the girls' knowledge, I was frankly winging it. Luckily, we asked a gas station attendant in the town of Ballyvaughan if she could assist and it turns out the trail is well known by most and frequently used. Brilliant, maybe we won't get lost and have to scavenge for berries kilometers from civilization.
So, the first thing I must do is endorse the hell out ...
Well it was a bit to find. GPS useless. Roads very narrow and windy. Raining lots today. But we found it. Caving was very exciting. Austin and mitchell tried crawling through a tight space (wormhole). They liked it a lot. Debbie and diane got lots of bruises, and had to walk about 10 steps in pitch black. To Debbie's notice, the lights came back on and all she could see was a wall. She was in kissing range to a wall. The guid was quit ...
... watching the waves as wonderful as the cliffs right now. But given where I live, I think that makes sense. There is something spiritual about watching the waves roll in with the wind blowing the spray off the tops of the big waves.
Tonight at Gus O’Connor’s pub I discovered Murphy’s beer – sweeter than Guinness. So I drank a quart of it !!!!! O.K. - 2 pints ...
... to the Aaran Isles next day. That done we found a pub offering early music, the all important Ireland -Croatia game taking over the pubs at 7.45pm. So it was a real treat of musicians joining in with accordion, whistle, several different banjo and guitar, plus a couple of singers. Such toe tapping tunes that a couple of beers later we were singing right along! When that pub music finished we went to another right by our B and B to watch the ...
... town a bit to burn some calories. It didn't last too long as we forgot to take our jackets and it got cold. We went back to the hotel to get ready for our airplane ride to New York. We tried to go to sleep early but a wedding reception kept us up. It was right below us. The band finally stopped around 12:30-12:45 am. (Greg wore earplugs to go to sleep).
Off tomorrow to New York! Very sad to leave Ireland. We all had a very good time... Will have to come back ...