Mulranny Park Hotel
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... restaurant was highly rated online. It was a great choice as the food was excellent and they had live music. It was a talented one man show with a guitar and a harmonica. He was singing a wide range of songs that we enjoyed. Gretchen was thrilled with the music. She turned her chair and just stared at him the entire time. After several songs she got the courage to go over and make a request. She was thrilled when he sang a few songs for her.
... the age of 45. It was sold to a Lord who lost it in gambling. Eventually the Benedictine nuns acquired the castle and ran it as a boarding school until 2009. They are still there and part of the tourist attraction. We spent most of the day walking (about 5 k) around and enjoying the Castle, church and gardens. Hope you enjoy the photos, tomorrow off to Sligo. Not sure of wifi connection in the next two places. Be in touch soon. Russell and ...
... in a bar to watch the Irish Rugby team defeat the French in Rugby World Cup 2015. Lots of cheering and a makeshift Irish Wave. Ireland's soccer team lost to the Polish team later that night; Not so much cheering. Our tour in Derry took us by a memorial to the 14 who were shot and killed by British soldiers in Derry on January, 1972. One of those killed was related to our local tour guide, Gavin. If you're old enough, you'll remember it as Bloody Sunday. ...
... I'll remember not to shuffle off to the town shops in my bedroom slippers.
We drove into Westport last night, checked into a really nice B&B and had a seafood sampler at the local restopub followed by a night of Irish music at Matt Molloy's pub. A visitor from Seattle just strolled in sat down and played the fiddle with the house band. She was pretty special! We chatted with some folks from Colorado and from Manchester. And with the arrival of some really ...
... Construction started on the castle soon after the Normans landed in Ireland in the late 1100’s. It is one of about 1200 they constructed here and it took around 30 years to build. It’s situated right on the bank of the River Meigue. The river is tidal at this point but the water is fresh being some 10 miles inland.
Very little of what we can see is the original castle, like most castles it was continually altered and added to by each owner ...