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Like many other days in my long adventure, today was travel day.
I was going to Lehinch/Lahinch (even they have 2 different spellings...how am I supposed to know which one to use?).
My day started off by walking into town...and getting ice-cream.
I'm sorry, but when is the next time I am going to get SEA SALT icecream!! I need to eat it all while I can. And I felt I should buy something because yesterday they gave me samples of all their flavours ...
... got out we kept on biking. We looked at ruins of an old church or house. Then there was this area right on the coast with tons of limestone rocks. We stopped there for awhile and climbed around. I went exploring down by the coast and found mussels, snails, and some other sea creatures I didn't know what they were. A lot of the rocks and sea shells embedded in them, which was really cool. Leaving the rocks, Sara's bike broke so ...
... some people watching while sipping tea and munching on scones. One of the neat things about Galway is the many and diverse buskers performing, so just roaming around can be entertaining. We decided to take a chance and go to a nicer restaurant for supper. Luck was on our side, I guess, because Oliver was perfectly polite--he even fell asleep at the end(!) A big rugby match was taking place on our last night, and it was clear by ...
... Montoya, you killed my father, prepare to die” was made and then we realized that this was actually where they filmed that scene. It was just a beautiful sight and really nice to see a more traditional side of Ireland.
Following the cliffs, we discovered more “ABC's” ( “Another Bloody Castle, Another Bloody Church, Another Bloody Cathedral”) and then headed back to Dublin. To compliment the day tour of ...
... by then its not dark if I am outside at 7am. We walked 30 minutes to the Tourist Center in the city to meet Paddywagon Tours for our adventure to see the Cliffs of Moher. On our walk to the city I shed off my scarf, and outer rain jacket, since it was unbelivably warm outside for so early. While waiting for our bus, still in the dark, we got some coffee to warm up, and I put on my second jacket, scarf, and gloves, as the wind was ...
Other places to stay in Lahinch
Main Street, Lahinch | 4 star hotelfrom $102
- Excellent, Excellent, Excellent
- Good and bad points
- Fabulous Hotel
Ennistymon Road, Lahinch | 4 star hotelfrom $192
- Hidden Luxury
- Irish hospitality
- Classy Spot in Lahinch
Main Street, Lahinch | 2 star hotelfrom $115