The Hydro Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a tight squeeze past the trailers, trucks, farmers and sheep with our big ass bus, but we managed.
My favourite stop was Kylemore Castle - built in the 19th century and was recently the home of a girls school until it closed in 2010. Now it is the home of Benedictine Order of Nuns in Ireland.
All through the Connemara region we heard stories of fairies and leprechauns and lots of history of Ireland. I could go on and ...
... and flowers. The Burren is an odd and yet stunningly beautiful place.
Our Burren adventure began from Doolin, we drove north along the coast to Ballyvaghn and then inland to The Burren National Park plus a few stops along the way, We had a bit of a taste of the Burren while on the "beach" at Doolin. This taste became a full meal as we drove along the coast. For large stretches, we were blown away for the shear beauty of this region. As we made our ...
... we still hadn't eaten dinner. We got dressed and headed downstairs to see what would be open. Martina gave us the names of a few pubs down the street that might still have food. Sadly, it being a Sunday night, many had closed up shop a little early, and we ended up at the Chinese restaurant for dinner. It was surprisingly good for Chinese in a small town, in Ireland, at 10 pm, but we were voracious by then - that may have had something to do with it. We then went across ...
... paths for her top walk on. Today the grounds are open to the public at no cost. You do pay to view the house and there are traditional farms you can see as well. The weather once again sent us scurrying for the car.We learned that the word 'spinster' actually comes from the term used to describe those ladies who were the spinners of the village, mostly because it was the unmarried women who were able to have the time for this unlike their married counterparts. Martin has ...
... on the right subject.
Soon after the interview ended, I received a phone call from a well-established singer from Dublin. The girl who’s renting the house set me up with him. She assured me that he is lovely, and absolute sweetheart, and he would be more than happy to help me out. He asked me if I could meet him in town, so I boogied on down. He asked if his friend and fellow singer could join us. Of course she could, the more the merrier. ...