Inis Meain Restaurant & Suites
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First thing in the morning it was off to explore the countryside of the Connemara area. We saw the most breathtaking hills with gleaming green and gold grass, flowing fresh steams, and then a contrast with misty marshy peat bogs. The peat is harvested and dried by farmers and burned as fire fuel with a very distinctive earthy smell that I've come to associate with Ireland, as well as being used in crafts. It was also a good source of special peat iron used ...
We slept in a bit today and had a very leisurely breakfast, enjoying not having to rush off and meet for a touring day. We're on our own again and explored the city of Galway at our own pace. Galway lies on the River Corrib and next to Galway Bay. The name means City of the Tribes and it has been here as a settlement since 1124! One of the highlights of our day was our visit to the Galway City Museum, ...
... is the beer, yet it's another brewery that does not sell pint glasses. Sigh again.
After dinner we stroll down the seaside sidewalk and find an ice cream parlor. The children lick their cones with a 99, a chocolate wafer on top, as we listen to the waves crash on the beach. Since it's so early we ...
... for us. It was freezing out there so Edie and I went back to the gift shop / cafe for a hot drink. The weather was so unseasonable that we were offered a shot of warm whiskey each to recover. It had lemon and cloves in it and I think some water, because there was no fire in it. But it was very much appreciated by all and went well with our hot chocolate and latte. Rain was now added to the mix. ...
... we drove to Galway the area where my Great-grandfather lived, big city. We stopped outside of Gallway at a B&B, beautiful home ...$70 for the night. Then we went around the west coast noting the wet lands and the change in terrine with very rocky muddy ground...good area for peat. Then once again a late night to ...