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Lovely hotel, nice views, excellent breakfast, ensuite, no WIFI in room but downstairs.
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I have been staying with a university friend of mine who is working in Ireland. We have travelled around the county of Mayo seeing abbeys that have Mass said in them since 1216, and ruins of old monasteries and churches. You leave with a sense how constant the Church has been through the centuries. We had afternoon tea at Ashford Castle including scones and clotted cream! On Saturday, we went to Knock where 15 people from the ages of 5 ...
update on 10/16 - went to dinner on the quay (pronounced "key" for those of you in the Bronx. - Had some oysters and scallops right from the Bay.
Went to Matt Maloy's Bar - the flutist from the Chieftains owns it or that is the rumor - met some folks from Belfast.
Went to the bar next store - the Portush - nice Irish music -
update 10/17 - Marian made us soup for lunch - went to an Italinan restaurant for dinner in town - food was great - La Belle Vita ...
The only slight problem around here for outsiders like us was the roads. They are barely wide enough for one car in many places... and I do mean *barely*! You can be going down the road and have the plants nearly brushing your car on both sides, then meet another car going the other way. One of you will have to back up, and quite possibly on ...
... out I had no idea about so much. For one, Irish, or Gaelic, football is actually a real thing, at least in the same way Canadian football is a real thing, meaning it is wildly popular within its own country, yet generally considered fictitious and amusing to everyone else. Then there is hurling, another popular Irish sport, at least judging by the 6 pages it warranted daily in the newspapers, but one I can barely begin to describe, seeming to be somewhat of a cross ...
... Ireland’s freedom. There was a scene where they had no weapons and Collins picked up pieces of earth and lit them on fire. I think it must have been dirt from the bog that they used to burn down the British buildings.
Moycullen isn’t far from Galway, so on my days off I’ve enjoyed some traditional music in pubs and even the latest James Bond movie. I’ll spend one final day in Dublin this weekend before heading to London for ...