Mulranny Park Hotel
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... to check that Naomi (our Tomtom) hadn't had too much Baileys. All was good so we continued west through a scattering of country towns. There were various statues of Mary along the way, including some very impressive monuments to the year of Mary in 1954. Our Lady of the Roundabout as seen in Mark and Bern's blog remains elusive and part of the goal of this pilgrimage, I mean birthday sojourn. As we drove through some cute towns, we noticed there were often large flocks of black birds ...
Roundstone turned out to be a very friendly town in which to stay. Our B&B owners were very nice people who wanted to make sure we were comfortable. Breakfast was, of course, the full Irish fare which included soda bread. Soda bread is like a five grain bread and soooo good! After breakfast, we were out the door and on our way before 10 a.m.
We set the GPS for Kylemore Abbey and just drove the ...
... confronted by the concierge that we were trespassing or he would have to charge us. We just mentioned that we wanted to head to the town so he let us pass. In the heli were 3 young teenage boys. Probably the sons of ......????? We had decided to have dinner at Rosleague, so we hurried back. Up and down, dips and curves. Dinner was a dream. We had a 5 course meal. I felt as if I had died and gone to Heaven. Now it's time to turn in and call it a ...
... in Donegal, so he was feeling fine quite soon. ( Have to admit I had take a tablet earlier too as the dips and dives are a bit strenous) We were finally getting closed to Letterfrack our next destination. Just 5 minutes before reaching it we passed by Kylemore Abbey. The first glimpse was beautiful. Then we saw it. Situated up on a hill overlooking a lake. Rosleague Manor. Wow! I wouldn't mind spending ...
... Today we didn't go straight here, we kind of tooted around Connemara to take in our surroundings. We crossed over the Quiet Man's Bridge, ate at Quiet Man's Cafe, and talked about the movie that was filmed there, called The Quiet Man. John Wayne starred in it, and I have no idea who he is, but adults should know. Kids these days only know pop stars and new movies. Well, we have had a long travel day, so see ya! - ...