Skeffington Arms Hotel
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... in the Princess Bride is located at the Cliffs of Moher. There is a cave below the cliffs on the one side where the cave scene from Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince was filmed. I got pictures of both, no need to worry.
Before we got to the cliffs though, we stopped at an old castle and explored that! It was called Dunguaire Castle. It was divided into three parts, bottom was the kings living quarters when he lived there. The second floor was ...
... most part, the path is right up to the edge of the cliffs. From the time that we got off the bus to the time of the last return bus journey was around 2 hours. We thought that'd be plenty of time but it wasn't. If you're lucky enough to get to visit, allow a whole day, take a picnic and soak it up. It's a really beautiful part of the world. We were blessed with another stunning day and the photos we took have more sunshine than in the pictures on the postcards they were ...
... and then another, and then another. Somewhere in the middle of all the rocks, we finally found the perfumery. But after all the driving on back country windy roads, I started to feel nauseous which turned out to be the flu. The perfumery met all expectations. I just wish I could have enjoyed it! Another fun sight we visited that day was the famous Cliffs of Moher. Unfortunately I was not able to make the trip out there but Kole said it was ...
... was a blur. We walked around and basically were looking for the most happening places with live music. And did we ever find it. The place was PACKED with a live band playing. The pub was FULL of guys, it was very odd. I wondered where all the girls were at. But it was still fun. We left that place and followed some strangers to another place. It was more of a club with a DJ, but at that point, we didn't mind it. It was perfect. ...
... going to be talked about for years.. the Great Heatwave of 2013!
Anyway, back onto the tour. We weren’t long out of Galway before the magical scenery began to appear. I snapped away as best I could through the bus windows as we drove into the magical Connemara area. Our first stop was a short one for photos. It was here that I managed to capture a picture of the timid black-faced sheep, which are very common in this area owing ...