The Connacht Hotel
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... carved out hole in the stone floor and pulling it up with dinner. The abbey is a ruin, with gravestones decorating every available space. The forest path to the fishing hut is tranquil and relaxing. The boys jump on the wooden bridge over the river, but to their dismay it does not shake. Kaeleb looks for fish in the water and we see some jumping out of the water, as if trying to take flight. Julian laughs at their antics.
... que margeiam o alto daqueles cliffs eu me dei conta, mais uma vez durante a minha viagem, como a natureza é perfeita, como Deus é cuidadoso com sua criação e harmonioso em cada detalhe. Por diversas vezes andando por aqueles cliffs eu deixei o vento que cortava meu rosto e o sol que ao mesmo tempo aquecia confortavelmente meu corpo, que eles fluíssem aquela energia indescritivelmente contagiante. Os olhos tentam buscar além do horizonte cada curva e cada fenda nas montanhas, cada ...
... the land and castle (yes they have castles on the Main Street in Galway) were given to the man who cut off King Charles I head! I had fish and chips and it was fresh! We went back to the bar beneath our hotel to buy our train tickets when we started talking to this girl sitting in the booth next to us. Turns out, the girl goes to Yale and is on a research trip to Ireland. AND, she is from Tallahassee and knows Ryan Sweeney! (Ryan was one of my roommates in Atlanta and is ...
... into another bus seat. It is amazing that I always manage to get the front seat....lol.
Although today was cloudy, there was NO rain...luck of the Irish I guess!!! The day tour was to the Connemara region - with it's stunning landscape of lakes and mountains and a chance to see more ancient lands.....and more sheep and cows! Our guide/driver was Michael O'Malley (could you get more Irish - haha!) was very funny as he ...
... Omey Beach, and hour and a half west of Galway and probably the last stop between mainland Ireland and New York. Here they held the first event in the Galway racing carnival. Beach Racing.
Cousins John and Ann drove us up through the "Bog" and then out through the stunning Connemara to Omey. As we crested the hill, here was a vast sand flat between the mainland and what becomes an Island at high tide. Along with close to a thousand other cars, we parked ...