Renvyle House Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... the way. Funny thing, they have signs for Deer, cyclists, people walking but nothing warning about the SHEEP on the road these were taken through the front window
A short stop in Westport for lunch and then on to Sligo.
... ce qu'il a semblé vivement apprécier. Morale de l'histoire: pas besoin de la Sainte Grenade d'Antioch pour venir à bout du Mouton Tueur!
After the joys of the weather and the state of the sea on the trip to the isles of Aran, I fled the sea for a while and headed towards another attraction near Galway, and one of the most famous ones of Ireland: the region of Connemara, including the national park of the same name.
decided to take to the road in my car to the north west of Ireland which Ive never seen before, this first part in west port was very good , pity I arrived so late in the evening but got to sample the towns atmosphere and local characters, A must if you are in the west of ...
... a friend of the family, and she had the cutest dog sitting next to the fire, and she put her paw up and looked away like she was kind of cared, and she didn’t like my playing the guitar and she got up and sat by the fathestst door away, ha. The music made Rita emotional and her daughter even called her daughter for her to listen to me on the phone, and we took some photos and she was a kind sweet woman, and unfortunately shes suffering from a recent loss, and my thoughts ...
... a cliff overlooking Atlantic Ocean. Continued on to a cemetery to which Stuart had to get out to open the farm gates. These gates are so the Connemara Ponies don't get out. Where ever you drive in Connemara County you will see these Ponies ( Some believe that the Connemara developed from Scandinavian ponies that the Vikings first brought to Ireland). There are two Ponies at the gates of the cemetery. Ponies are what we call horses, they were huge. There would be about fifty ...