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Travel Blogs from Portumna
... It was 1100 hrs when we got to the lock in Athlone and we had a little time to kill.
I tried to use my Smart Card in the services area but there was a notice up saying that you had to buy a local card for the showers...what a bummer,I was not impressed with Waterways Ireland.
I strolled around Athlone town for a while as I had never been here before,Id say it would be a lovely town to spend a week end in.
... my breath away, the beehive huts which may be over 1000yrs old, the ancient church which I squeezed myself through the window of (to prove I was still wed-able within the year) and grazed my elbow (the scab of which I’m still picking at today, somewhat diminishing my wed-ability).
From the south-west we headed to Galway for a quick poke around. What a funky city! More colourful than any other city I’ve visited, and a genuine artist feel about the place. ...
... old woman climbing those narrow spiral stone steps all the way up to her living room.
While in the dining hall, I was trying to get a photo of Jolene and me sitting at the head table. Only problem was, the two end tables were connected to the head table (with another long table in the center parallel to the two end ones. I had to set the camera on the far end of the center table, hit the timer, run behind the left table and along the back (between ...
... this parish, in the south eastern periphery of County Galway, has been inhabited by humans for more than 5,000 years and this green pastoral landscape has been home to pre-historic man, Celt, Monk, Gaelic and Norman alike.
At one time there were over 7000 people in Portumna. After the Potato famine that number was less that 1,000. The population there today ...
... Church, Portumna was built in 1832. This beautiful church serves
the Church of Ireland Parish of Portumna, and replaced the Portumna
Priory above which had been used by the congregation for the previous 70
The old St Bridget's Catholic Church