Mulranny Park Hotel
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... decided the steeper last 1,000 vertical feet to the summit weren’t in my cards. It was well worth the work of hiking up and down, though, for the spectacular views over island-studded Clew Bay and out towards Clare Island.
So that raises the question, does Mayo (Mayonnaise) come from County Mayo? It sounds like it should. I actually know the answer to the question of where mayonnaise gets its name from, and it’s not in Ireland. Any ...
... for a small lunch and coffees. Then we headed back on the Northern part of the loop to visit Kylemore Abbey. It has a lovely walled garden, woodland walks, the abbey and a gothic church. We only visited the walled garden and walked back through part of the woodland to the entrance. The wind was rising and the skys were grayer so we bailed on any more outdoor things. As we drove on the last part of the loop, I lobbied for a stop at a geocache named "The Tower". It is a mysterious tower ...
... Tomorrow we head down to Killarney. It has rained constantly and heavily today and been about the same temperature as home in winter. Hoping for brighter weather tomorrow.
We are impressed with the countryside which is exceptionally green - no wonder with all the rain they get - but also the size of the houses. There are some huge well built houses all around the countryside - delightful farm houses and everywhere is very tidy. The place doesn't seem to be doing too ...
... sea cliffs in Europe but are inaccessible by road. Near the westernmost point of Achill, Achill Head, is Keem Bay. Keel Beach is quite popular with tourists and some locals as a surfing location. South of Keem beach is Moytoge Head, which with its rounded appearance drops dramatically down to the ocean. An old British observation post, built during World War I to prevent the Germans from landing arms for the Irish Republican Army, is still standing ...
... with the kids and we snuck out for an early bird 3 course dinner. It lived up to its reputation as everything was delicious and less than 60€ for 2. It is true that the Irish have the British beat hands down when it comes to quality of food. By 8:30 we were back home and Sue and Judy set out for an evening of Guinness and music. Their first stop was at Matt Molloy’s Pub, founded by the famous flautist from ...