Rosleague Manor Hotel
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Just arrived but lovely Mark Foyle (grandson of owner from 1968) has made us feel ever so comfy in Room #1
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We woke this morning to blue skies. Knowing that our next stop had to be fabulous according to what we saw online. We said goodbye to our B&B owners. It was like leaving friends. Their recommendations were great. We listened to Irelands best fiddler Sean Magee last night. The food was also spectacular. I can't find enough superlatives to …
update on 10/16 - went to dinner on the quay (pronounced "key" for those of you in the Bronx. - Had some oysters and scallops right from the Bay.
Went to Matt Maloy's Bar - the flutist from the Chieftains owns it or that is the rumor - met some folks from Belfast.
Went to the bar next store - the Portush - nice Irish music -
update 10/17 - Marian made us soup for lunch - went to an Italinan restaurant for dinner in town - food was great - La Belle Vita ...
... immaculate garden beds and espaliered fruit trees against the walls. Great landscaping ideas. There was even a pile of peat outside the head gardener's impressive house while the tiny bothe where the workers slept six at a time, looked like a typical workers house from the nineteenth century. Tiny but quaint. We completed the Loop when we returned to Roundstone and went to the hotel six doors away to enjoy an Irish Stew and a little ...
... like a gelato display. The more remote houses scattered like farmhouses on the shores opposite the town are all white. We see dozens of these as we look out our window overlooking the water. We watched a fishing boat chug to the harbour followed by dozens and dozens of birds waiting for the cast offs as the fish were cleaned. Seafood features heavily on the menus with smoked salmon being advocated as tonic for the recovering. That awaits us as does midday mass ...
... At the time it was laid, the cable was considered one of the seven wonders of the world and did revolutionize the communications world -- bigger that the Internet!
After a stop in the cute little Victorian town of Clifden, we were off to see Kylemore Abbey. It is touristy, but tastefully done. The Abbey was built by some Dublin surgeon in the mid-1800's who had way too much money and time. It ...