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... way. Got off before Dublin and found the village was staying near. The terrain is different between the two cities, much smaller rolling hills with only the Mourne Mountains seen along the way. When first cross the border , yes no actual stoppping place but the signs change to Gaelic and English, as well, the speed goes up to 120 kph. And it looks like the stores mostly stay open on Sunday,a few differences between at ...
... car rental place would give away the vehicle I had reserved- an automatic mid-size car for the three of us. Ryan called them, and I sent an email from the airport, and thankfully, it was ready for us on arrival.
Now, to figure out how to drive on the wrong side of the road...the girl from the desk had us follow her through some of the roundabouts (eek, stay on the left! Arg- the lane is gone! What the hell do those triangles mean? Why is everyone driving ...
... to the farm, like a maze really and even though I lived in Vermont, the tranquility of the area was tops.
My arrival would have been just peaceful, yet I always have a few glitches in my world and that is where the credit card skimmers came into my trip.
Brigid brought me to the two ATM's
village and I took as much money out as possible and I knew that I would make it work, as I have never gone on a trip when I ...
... stately overlooking Lough Corrib. Maybe Brad Pitt had slept on this very bed!
We were given a list of activities that the castle had to offer; spa treatments, horseback riding, falconry, fishing, ...
... own, wanted to see a Connemara pony again. And she knew, having lead this tour several times, that there would be a little white pony coming up on our left. So heads up everyone for the little fellow.
Sure enough, there was a little guy grazing in the field, but with his back to us. "Pull over, pull over", our guide quipped. ...