Lakeside Hotel and Leisure Centre
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For the past three days we have stayed in a very beautiful town called Killaloe, in County Clare. It's been quite eventful! The first day we stayed at the Glocca Morra B&B. It was quite cute and had a lovely view. We then drove to Scariff & Feakle (where dad’s family is from) and had a look around. We saw …
... while I can! I think I will try to process and accumulate the many things we noticed in Ireland and our "favorites" for tomorrow's blog. It will give me something to do on the trip back! Although Ireland was a wonderful way to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary and I thoroughly loved every minute of it, I must say that daily life in the states is exciting also because I share it with the love of my life. Happy anniversary, John, and thank you for 25 (almost...June 10) glorious years! I love ...
Hi one and all. We had a fantastic time in Ireland catching up with the family. Our sail across was smooth and very quiet. We had a fairly long drive from Rosslare to Killaloe but as it was very early in the morning there was little or no traffic. Our house we had rented for the week was superb. Very well equipped and spacious. Killaloe- Ballina is a very pretty spot on the river Shannon, which we took a boat ...
... his debts. He won! So debts were paid and the horse was buried (after a long life) on a hill which now has a monument of Mercury on top. Fab! We visited the golf shop and the walled gardens (pretty). Then, the best part: we had a session at 1pm with the Dave, who does falconry. Yes, he has his own business on the property. He's also tall, slender and has a big smile--he's a Brit from Leicester in England. (Yes, really cute and nice.) We took ...
... it several years afterwards and it nearly broke my heart to see that it had been neglected and left out in the weather over winter.
What a shame,he got it too easily and had no regard for it.
A relation of mine from Old Grange in Co Waterford ended up as Bishop of Killaloe in 1870 and is buried in the old church.
I have a copy of his will which makes very interesting reading.
We made our way to Mountshannon which is a lovely ...