The Connacht Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... an issue. An hour into my journey I came to a dead end. I've definitely taken the wrong route. So I thought it might be time to try the Sat Nav. So I programmed in Kylemore, County Galway and proceeded to follow directions back to Galway. Then the Sat Nav started directing me east and I knew the Abbey was north. So I stopped the car, rummaged around for the pamphlet which I should have consulted in the first place. Kylemore Abbey ...
... the cockpit. The site was also the home of the original Irish coffee, so we learned the folk lore and perfect technique to the delicious cocktail. It was made to perk up the passengers of a flight after their plane was delayed, so the captain added a few drops of whiskey to their coffee. Now, the drink reflects a perfect Guinness with a nice brown bottom and white head. Vicky was awarded a medal as a reward for her perfect Irish coffee. New favorite cocktail? Also on ...
... a dog would follow. I have a new liking for vultures and understand their place in society. We were also lucky enough to see the star of the shows. This was another falcon called Bud whose flying skills were so fast and he was an outstanding bird.
Overall this was just a fantastic day and something to remember always. I was feeling pretty good about my redemption so I asked Rory was I forgiven and did he now trust me to which they both replied ...
... all Catholics land claims where taken away and they had to be rented at high rates from Scottish land owners. This was a double wammy. The crazy statistic is that during these years Ireland still exported food. The whole time while this was going the English were profiteering from excessive food prices. One sad fact was that during these times the royal family made a donation to the people for food. A week later she made another donation to a dog shelter. ...
... the very best of all that is Irish! Yummy! The best part was the waiter who kept insisting that Rob was the actor who played the lead in the Shawshank Redemption. He was like a dog with a bone. Hysterical! From there we walked up to the castle to explore. Dunguaire Castle and its history lies at the heart of the Ireland’s literary revival in the early 20th century. It was built in 1520 by the O’Hynes clan on the picturesque shores ...