Maol Reidh Hotel
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... in the same general area for the day and followed some of the wild atlantic way scenic drive routes. We've done a lot of miles of the wild atlantic way at this point. There were several little peninsulas that we could access by car and a few of them had nice beaches so we had a good time exploring the area all day. We also stopped at the Connemara National Park and started to do a hiking trail, but it started to rain and we weren't ...
... to bed. Our hotel [Connemara Sands] was outstanding. We were able to get one of the holiday homes, so we had a two bedroom townhouse. It was nice to have so much space and I think we were the only people staying in the building so we didn't bother anyone with our noise. I've included a few pictures from this area that we didn't actually take until Saturday morning. The area was gorgeous. ...
We started out today with another great breakfast and admired the view of the countryside from our breakfast spot. Although it was a bit drizzly when we got up, the sun quickly started peeking out. Our first stop was the Dark Hedges, which are featured in the "Game of Thrones" as the King's Road. There were not too many people so we were able to get a couple really good pictures. Next stop, Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge. ...
Tony knew the caretaker living on my great-grandmother's property. My grandmother had given me his information, as well. Tony said he would take us there after lunch so James and I set out to explore the tiny island. We drove down to the water and walked around. The land there is so broken, rocky and hilly. It would be impossible to farm and that's likely why there are so few people living on the island. After wandering around, we returned to ...
... the age of 45. It was sold to a Lord who lost it in gambling. Eventually the Benedictine nuns acquired the castle and ran it as a boarding school until 2009. They are still there and part of the tourist attraction. We spent most of the day walking (about 5 k) around and enjoying the Castle, church and gardens. Hope you enjoy the photos, tomorrow off to Sligo. Not sure of wifi connection in the next two places. Be in touch soon. Russell and ...