Lough Rea Hotel And Spa
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- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... off the first tee and to avoid confusion, Tom K played his round as Sean which Allen took in full stride ("Did you have a 6, tere, did ya Sean?"). They had expected to play just 9 holes, but Sue, Kirstin and the kids were more content having a picnic at the cottage so the boys kept playing and managed to get a full 18 in. Playing with 'American' rules (aka liberal use of the Mulligan, which the Irish simply refer to as 'cheating') both Toms scored a 102. Mr. ...
It is always easier to leave a wonderful place when it is pouring rain. The mountains we had hiked among the day before were gone, shrouded in thick clouds. After breakfast, we packed and were on the road by 10:30. We have just over 3 hours to Three Towers Eco-lodge, our next destination 45 minutes outside of Galway. We decided to break up the trip by stopping in the tourist castle of Bunratty quite fearful that the recreated village would in fact be Bun-******. After lunch in ...
... again to be with nice people, Danielle and Joe, both from Northeastern University. Heard stories about a guy and his childhood best friend chasing after a sheep to feed it, and a crazily/scarily upbeat woman with a sheep hand-puppet telling a story and just everything was so fun and happy! and "none of you have ever played the cloud game before?!?!" umm, ok calm down,... ha, and there was Richard - a Milk and Cookies regular, who was nice and old and very Cambridge, and told ...
... we came across a rock which we were guided to walk on. Over the small mound we noticed the earth was exposing Gold, Silver & Bronze rock telling us that we were on the right path. Over another small mound the reason became clear when we were presented with an amazing body of water, Lough (Loch) Dan. In the heart of the Wicklow Mountains this Boomerang shaped lough was speaking to both of us. With fairies holding the 4 ...
... tell everyone to follow the rules. Nobody follows the rules, she says! She was steaming for a ways after.
She took us to Traught Beach near her home in Kinvara next. Lynn and I got to spend some quality time finding seashells and taking some pics. Even found a dead jellyfish, man! It was a little chilly, but a beautiful spot. I think we drove home afterwards. The car rides are always crazy. Sinead made these DELICIOUS muffins, with peach and banana. Could've eaten ...