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... I lay but didn't go all the way!!! Didn't like the idea of my lips being where thousands of others have been.....Ah well... I will only be a little bit "eloquent"
Lunch at a pub... & guess what ... More fries! Lesley got a salad....to go with her stir fry chicken.!! BUT Michelle and I got a bonus with today's meal... A plate of about a dozen horrible, brown, steamed potatoes to go with the fries. No potato famine ...
... discovered that lessons were only from September to April... we had missed it by just a week! Unfazed, we turned to our backup plan (and intended pub for later in the night), Locke Bar. Walking along the Shannon River, we unexpectedly spotted King John's Castle. Locke Bar has traditional irish music late at night and when we arrive, we were pleasantly surprised that they had started nearly an hour early. We spent the night ...
... and photo of Loch Corrib.
Visited Connemara Marble and had an informative talk on Ireland's history of marble, going back over 600 million years.
Lunch in Galway and amazing stroll through the mall where a lot of activity with street buskers and armed guards at a bank!
Photo King Johns Castle, Limerick; St Mary's Anglican ...
... a lot!!
Once back at the hotel, we checked out and boarded our coach for the last little bit of travel. A short stop in the town of Adare for lunch was made. Adare has some thatched cottages right on the main street. But the pub and the cold beer called to us more than the cottages.
We arrived in Limerick and checked into our hotel which was right on the bank of the river. In fact from our room, it looked like we were ...
... around sightseeing.
The south-west of Ireland is very lovely – and we’ve been lucky with the weather so have seen the countryside at its best. There are some lovely houses – in the middle of nowhere – painted in white, cream, terracotta etc – lovely earthy colours which look very picturesque against the lush green of the countryside. For those who know Ireland, we drove ...