Percy French Hotel
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... we can never forget them. Nick will miss his coworkers a lot as well, too many I think to name will never be forgotten. The coworkers from my many jobs were also speical to me, and helped me feel welcome. So many memories that made our time in Ireland unforgetable. All of you will always be welcome to visit us in Canada. Our Europe trip spans August 18- September 26 and the itinerary is: Amsterdam 20-23 Berlin 23-26 Prague ...
... care about being cold because I was having too much fun. I'm so glad we decided to take on another hard challenge.
Lots of bruises and sore muscles later and I am back in Dublin. It was a crazy and very out of the box weekend, but I am happy with the activities I tried and impressed that I still have some strength here to do them. My muscles definitely feel this weekends strain, and I'm happy to be back in my cozy warm room after a crazy weekend.
Today we didn't have a lot of stops on the list, but one major destination with a lot of driving ... courtesy of yours truly. Today's venue -- The Cliffs of Moher on the western central coast.
For our travels we left what seemed like the quintessential Irish (or even English) country side manor - Dunraven Arms Hotel and headed north on N21 towards Limerick.
We didn't stop in Limerick because we couldn't come ...
... about it! Ha ha. I kid
but the guy who’s job it is to hold people while they lean down and kiss it
will be gabbing on about the man handling he got to do that’s for sure. We
tried to get a sneaky photo ourselves but ended having to pay for the one of
Briony as she had some things getting in the way…..
A quick lunch of vegemite and cheese on
rolls and the tour moves on to Killarney, a nice little town, which is our bed
stop for the ...
... our final three nights, where we splurged on some fancy accommodation in a nice hotel not far from O'Connell street in the city centre. Went to a live music show that night, in an old church with about 25 people in the audience, the main show was two sisters from a place not far from Galway playing the fiddle, and they were excellent. Even had a bloke get up and do some tap dancing whilst they played, very good time had by all. Did the obligatory bus ...