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Today was a lot of driving and I for one was not a big fan of it. I tried non-drowsy Dramamine as well as Dramamine and Tylenol and it didn't start to work until like 30-45 mins left traveling. We probably traveled for about 4-5 hours today broken up into two main stretches and I thought I was going to die ugh!! Needless to say there was a lot of countryside today and I wasn't able ...
Up early, off for a short walk into the gardens, the azaleas are just beginning to bloom. The grounds are beautiful. Then breakfast and off to tour the mountains. It has begun to rain and the wind is blowing and it is chilly. As we drove further up into the mountains, the terrain became more rugged and sparsely populated. Our destination is Kylemore Abby. Originally built by Mitchell Henry for his ...
Up early for breakfast then on the road. We stopped for a cup of tea. Then on thru the countryside. We stopped in Galway for lunch, we were on our own, about an hour, we found a place in the old city and found our way back to the bus. Poppy commented he felt like we were in a Harry Potter film. Back on the bus we listened to Mary talk. She tends to repeat herself. We were dropped off at a dock, then on to a boat. We were taken out into a lake, ...
... in the small towns, speak with a charming accent. Don can imitate the lyrical, musical rhythms of their speech. - the tombstones I'm cemeteries are very neatly organized - all headstones face the same direction and the rows are aligned - houses in the countryside are mostly painted white or cream, but shops in the villages are painted blu, peach, yellow, green -CCTV cameras are mounted everywhere and signs are clearly posted so people know they are being monitored - levers to open ...
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We we thought we might make it a whole day without driving, but based on some strong local recommendations for the best seafood bar in the area, we hopped in the car drove north on N84 through Ballinrobe to the town of Westport of the Clew Bay. The restaurant bar was called The Tavern and most of the fish portion of the menu is procured directly from the bay across the road from the entrance. Rather cool. Jen and ...