Skeffington Arms Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that added some interest.
By the time we negotiated communte traffic and got home, it was almost time to eat. None of us felt like getting back out on the roads. We walked to a local grocery, bought cheese, bread and fruit and had a picnic on the dining room table at the B & B. Guess we were tired and needed down time.
... tait des restants de ruines de Vikings! Par chance, la prochaine route, choisie par Julie, nous mène comme par magie à une plage plus que paradisiaque! Sable fin blanc, eau salée turquoise : incroyable! On se trempe les pieds et prend le temps de contempler l'endroit quelques instants avant de se rendre à un petit pub où on a la chance de dîner sur une belle terrasse ensoleillée! On se rend ensuite au Abbaye Kylemore qu'on a ...
... has been around over 50'000 years which is ancient in itself but still seeing these buildings and structures its hard to believe that people used to live in them and that these structures was just around them in their everyday life.
On sunday we headed over to the Cliffs of Mohr which is situated in the County Clare. The scenic drive was quite beautiful and reminded me of the hills and mountains in New ...
... to me. Everything was green and everyone was nice, the towns were home to only hundreds of people and thousands of cows. The whole trip was planned by our guide, Caroline, who was really young and enthusiastic, and really wanted us to have a good time. We went out to the different pubs both nights to get a feel for what nightlife was like in those places. Doolin was the birthplace of Irish music, so although ...
... it was a nice coach and even had free internet! Once out of the urban area and even though we were driving along a freeway, the green rolling hills dotted with cows and the black-faced sheep appeared. Complete with dry stone walls it was the Ireland we all know from the telly. The two and a half hours sped by and soon we were pulling up at Galway.
Despite having a map.. (or maybe because I had a map J ).. I decided to get a taxi to my guest house, Sli Na ...