Logue's Liscannor Hotel
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Today we were up with the sparrows as we had a huge day of driving - estimated at 9 hours and sightseeing as well. To add to the pressure we had to book in by 6.30. As no breakfast was supplied with this accommodation we stopped for a coffee and also picked up a couple of scones (no butter) and consumed as we travelled to our first destination, Kylemore Abbey. Unfortunately we had our first major hiccup with Betty, although it really was our fault. ...
... most of Ireland, right?? Next stop Foynes for the Flying Boat Museum, another place I found in the brochure and yet another gem in Ireland. This was the location of the first transatlantic port between Ireland and the US, for PAN AM. In 1939-1945 it was the centre of aviation in Europe for passenger travel across the Atlantic. We found the museum because the tail of the airship (the flying boat) was sticking out in the street-high up. The airships ...
On Friday, we jumped on the Paddywagon bus tour in the morning and were off for the day to see the Cliffs of Moher! The first stop on the tour was Limerick City, and we got some nice pictures of a castle and got some hot drinks for the ride. After stopping in Limerick we went to the Burren, which is a very rocky area of Ireland in the town of Doolin. In Doolin we stopped to get some lunch at a pub and then we were off to ...
... minimal shoulders, are two lane and generally have painted center stripes (unless otherwise designated). Then there are ' R' roads of which there are many! R means 'risky'- no shoulders, narrow, winding, sometimes only 1 lane. In lieu of shoulders, the sides of these type of roads are either ancient rock walls 3-5 feet high or thick bushes. Originally I wondered how they kept the bushes so well trimmed along these roads but ...
... strong makeup and not with random guys !
Actually , as always I had good nose to people. I met polish colony in Dublin . I had some experience with polish colony when I was working twice in London.
Plastic women with pink sequins and fake LV bags and stupid guys thinking only about perfect muscles, cars and pants dolce and gabbana. Not everyone , but a lot.
My housemates are completely others !