Sheedy's Country House Hotel
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She was extremely helpful! Great accommodations for our first night
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"There isn't tree to hang a man, water to drown a man nor soil to bury a man" - Oliver Cromwell
The Burren, is one of the weirdest places in the world. Oliver Cromwell's quote is quite fitting. On the surface, there isn't much greenery and even fewer trees. It stood in sharp contrast with the rest of Ireland. The geography and ecology of this region are truly unique. It's name means great rock. The region's rolling hills are covered in a limestone ...
From Killarney we headed to the Ring of Kerry. It's about a 180 km drive that runs along the coast of the southwestern portion of Ireland. We were lucky enough to have a clear day and the views from some of the overlooks were amazing. It was a mix of rocky mountainous terrain next to cliffs along the ocean. You can either drive around the loop in clockwise or counter-clockwise, and an owner of one of our B&B told us to ...
... had a fun night just chatting and getting to know each other better.
We woke up on Saturday cheery and bright eyed to go on our first tour of our trip. We payed only 15 euro for an awesome day trip tour out to Burren and the Cliffs of Moher. I sat beside Chris from NYC on the bus and we had a fun time chatting away, talking about our lives back in Canada and the U.S. and being all touristy for once. We both mentioned how we were used ...
... 8221; Ashley asked the sales clerk.
“There.” She said pointing to the shelf. We made the purchase and went to a pub across the street.
“So we aren’t biking back.” I said, more as a statement than a question.
“Of course.” Ashley said.
“Excuse me,” I said to the bartender. “Would you be able to call us a cab big enough that we could throw our bikes in the back? ...
... Nobel Magee, aged 5 yrs old at the time from Liverpool England to NewYork City, then settling in Southern Ontario. So, to have been and seen this area of his early child hood, has been incredible. Feel like I've touched a part of my past where you try to understand what would compel a father and mother to move their young young family half way around the world to a strange new land, to establish a better life both for them, and all their offspring, ...