Lough Erne Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... four hours, so we headed off around 11am. County Clare is a beautiful place, full of contrasts and the difference in scenery on the East Coast compared to the West Coast is remarkable for such a small country. We spied a crumbling but still impressive building as we were travelling along, and stopped for a look. It was the Claregalway Franciscan Friary, founded in the 13th century by a Norman Lord. As I said, the size was ...
... which was on our short list so we stopped. It was worth the stop. The walk to the falls was short and the falls were really pretty.
We continued our journey south and got home around 4:15. The to do list was massive so we got right to it. It was an incredible weekend. We may need to stay home next weekend and recover. ...
Gas is 1.34 Euros per liter, translates to 5.07 per gallon, $5.79 U.S. Killybegs is a remote fishing village. We had a delightful local expert to fill us in on the details. We had lunch here, for me puréed vegetable soup, and a delicious brown bread. Brown bread is the new soda bread. The cafe was famous for desserts so I tasted ...
... she does that all the time :D ) And we take care of neighbor's horses. it can be said that we are happy beans here. We laugh a lot. We cook a lot. We actually made ice-cream!
Oh boy, yes, funny things going on all the time! We actually made a short three-minute video of our trip so far. Beautiful places and awesome people. You can find it on Facebook :)
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... to Northern Ireland. We landed in Larne, met a lovely lady in an op shop & had a long chat,- again the day got drizzly but we managed to wonder around the town then head off after lunch. We went on the Causeway Coastal route, which we discovered was the location for a lot of the Game of Thrones scenes, and as we had only just been watching seasons 1-4 it was fun to find the locations. The first place we stopped at was Glenarm a cute little village with 1 steep narrow ...