Shannon Court Hotel
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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As part of our transition, I am listening to The Rovers, Norm, The Chieftains. I think we both already covered KT Tunstall, who we first heard out of our a.m. Car radio on our first trip to Ireland, and later saw live at Great American Music Hall. She was awesome and tiny.
We loved Spain as much as we expected, but aren't even sad to leave, because we are so ready for Ireland. Do you look forward more to the amazing journey to an exciting new place, or ...
... but eventually made it into town and found a small convenient store with groceries. We changed our cash into Euros at an ATM and bought a few groceries. We wandered around the cute little town for a bit and then headed back to the house. New Market is a very cute little Ireland village in the country. Probably more cows than people but the area around us is breathtaking.
That night ...
... appeared to be a good day to see them. Arriving at the car park, we were treated to some drizzle. It was the first time it had rained on us in a week. We were very fortunate! We put on our raincoats and started the pilgrimage with the many other tourists to the tops of these famed cliffs. I went to take pictures only to find that my battery was dead and that I hadn't charged my backup. Really? Ugh. Oh well, we both had our iPhones. We went to the main viewing section and saw ...
... up with the creative idea that they were actually there to smuggle all my provisions and rip my suit off me and send me around naked down in the ditches. Then they backed up, rolled down the window and I saw a mini-van full of 9 faces staring at me. All smiles. Red heads. Freckles. Accents.M: Can you give me a ride, kind sir,Family: No, we just stopped so we could take a second look at your tieM: ....I will let you take a closer look if you ...
... lines that adorn jewelry and signposts. It is a symbol of the continuity of life.
On our way to the Cliffs we pass through the village of Lisdoonvarna. It is home to Europe’s largest matchmaking festival every autumn. The matchmaker shuns all modern electronic dating and prefers to do things the old fashioned way. His theory is based on the tradition of the farmers who used to come to town in search of a wife after the harvest season. ...