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... of Westport, another lovely country Irish town where we had a late lunch at O'Malleys pub and then back to the car to continue on. Words cannot describe the spectacular scenery on the way to Connemara, in fact photos cannot even do it justice. Breathtaking! Arrived at Ann's brother Toms holiday house Ocras Mor...at Claddaghduff...OMG...panoramic Atlantic ocean views from all windows. Currently in conservatory soaking up the ambience - the girls with a red and the boys with a Guiness. ...
Packed our bags for a few days and set off in the car to the west coast of this beautiful country. Stopped at Newgrange along the way to view the Neolithic Tomb.Then proceeded on our long journey enjoying the spectacular scenery - green upon green upon green or as Ann puts it - 40 shades of green! Beautiful. Crossed into Northern Ireland where we went back to more English style villages and pounds & miles. ...
... but like every other day, forecasts are not always accurate. We started with sun, then clouds, then misty rain. Clouds again, then sun ...
... the streets. some are very thin streets. talk about pay for campsites. dublin they nearly want you to pay for each square of toilet paper you use. to be sure to be sure.
did the hop on/off bus again. best way around anywhere i reckon. stopped at dear ole guiness. well what a lovely shop before you go through AND then you get your free guiness and of course one juice. well you will all be ...
... friend and I all but took over the bluegrass gig at the Curragower the other night, and by took over, I mean we just sang two songs when the musicians were taking breaks. We were a mess, not really knowing what we were doing, but we got a great response, anyways. That evening we invited the bassist over to the house and my housemate, Finnish friend, bassist and I passed the evening laughing, listening to more bluegrass, and attempting to dance. And ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsMetropole hotel Kilkenny
The Metropole pub and hostel was a fantastic accommodation in the heart of Kilkenny! An easy walk to St Canice's, just across from Ireland's oldest Brewery Smithwicks, and easy reach to the dozens of pubs and restaurants that make Kilkenny so amazing! Clean and charming. Fantastic session, great fellow travelers, great staff, great time! Go there! :D
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Patrick Street, Kilkenny | 2 star hotelfrom $100
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