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TripAdvisor Reviews Lisloughrey Lodge County Mayo
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... and serene. It seemed like somewhere you could go to comtemplate life.
I didn't walk any further. I just sat on a rock and looked. I'm not even sure what I was looking at!
I just looked out!
And then I went and got myself a small chocolate muffin to take the ever going taste of medicine out of my mouth.
I need to find a better alternative to chcolate muffins.
We hopped back on the bus and had driven no more than half ...
... for Ireland. This was the stay I was most looking forward to. It was Friday the 13th and we were staying in a castle built 1716! How cool is that? As we turned left off of the main road toward the castle's private drive, we were bombarded with small children in red uniforms running willy-nilly in front of the Juke. I slammed on my brakes and stared in awe. What was happening? Was there a fire at the nursery? Was there a treasure hunt? Nope, as ...
... too, then get a text from my old housemate that says he’s having people over at his parent’s place in Tralee, and they would like to see me one last time before I leave. How could I say no to that, to paying a visit to the home of the family that so generously let me join them in their Christmas escapades? Of course I choose that option, turning down the All-Ireland for good. But yes! A festival is taking place down there, anyways, so ...
... We had a nice dinner in another genuine local place, and then stayed a while to listen to the karaoke. They had told us that they were having the “half-finals” tonight for a competition they had been running, the winner of which they were going to send to Britain’s Got Talent. After listening to a few, we decided that none of them were a threat to any of the other contestants on BGT, and we decided to head on back and get to bed earlier tonight. ...
... one of the country's most extensive monasteries, covering nearly four acres. The buildings were subsequently neglected and fell into ruin, and are now in the care of the Office of Public Works. The abbey is today used as a cemetery and it was odd to see graves all through the old buildings. There were a lot of crows around and I found the site quite creepy, although we have been through others that didn’t make me feel that way. It started to rain again and I was happy to ...