The Fullerton Arms
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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*We could talk about this race for days, but for the sake of keeping the blog up-to-date, we've written a quick summary with LOTS of pictures. We'll update the post at a later date with full synopsis. Race morning started later than usual... a 1:00pm start allowed us time to sleep in, grab a bite to eat, and enjoy a cup of coffee …
... to the Loop Head peninsula where we were almost the only visitors exploring the area. Amazing seaside cliffs, crashing waves, peaceful farms and an imposing lighthouse right on the end of the peninsula was a treat for all the senses. On a walking section we were able to get close to the Bridges of Ross. Only one of the original natural stone bridges remain after centuries of ocean erosion. Seeing the roaring waves (and it was a relatively quiet day) ...
... called Benandonner. Fionn could never hope to beat him, so he rushed home over the causeway with his tail between his legs, but Benandonner came following him to see what all the fuss was about. When Fionn got home to his wife, the very bright Oonagh, she heard the story and hid Fionn in a baby's cradle dressed as an infant. When Benandonner got to Ireland he found a massive baby, and was told by Oonagh that this is Fionn's child. ...
... where we crossed the big white peace bridge to the more Protestant side of town. We said our final goodbye to Darren on a corner, as he was going a different way to visit a friend, then kept walking towards the train station. --and now my Darren will be referred to as Darren again!!-- I wasn't 100% sure, and didn't want to risk missing this train, so I asked a man at the next corner if we were still going the right way, and he said we were, and that he was going to the train station ...
... and all the bits in between. This is an area for hikers & there are plenty of them around to. It's part of the Tain. Headed off toward Newry in Northern Ireland. Stopped at a grotto along the way where they have a tomb to Fr someone who the Irish loved so much they created a big park area, including a way of the cross, a couple of shrines to him & to St Jude, a large grotto with Mary & St Bernadette, several large prayer areas ...