Lady Gregory Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 160; Then Kylemore Abbey, once a private house, built in 1920, then a school for girls. The Benedictine nuns fled there from Ypres. It is now just a convent for the nuns. Victorian walled gardens for next time. Beautiful scenery of Connemara National Park - mountains and lakes, on a beautiful sunny day, as we drove on to Clifden. Stopped at the site where Alcock and Brown landed ...
... perfect. The horizon was also beautiful. In front of us the ocean was infinite. We could see some islands further. I felt like I was at the right place at the right time.
I found the next farm I will be WWOOFing for next Monday. I am still thinking, since the farm is located near Cork, about visiting Cork a little before going to the farm. I will keep you informed about this place very soon. Unfortunately, I will maybe miss the birth of the baby sheep because I ...
... rice crackers and fruit salad for dinner and spent the night researching my future travels in the completely empty hostel common room. I had an entire 5 bed dorm to myself that night, but just after I went to bed a massive group arrived and made a racket until after 3am. Grr... I dropped my keys off early the next morning and left before the owner could ask me how my stay was (pretty bad, lady). Back in Dublin I got off the bus from Waterford in the middle of ...
... and took pictures. *Whoops* I was able to take all of my pictures before the man politely asked that my friends and I get off the grass. I wish there was more to say about this cute city, but to be honest, there isn't. It's more about scenery than sites. (Of course there are sites you can see that have historical significant- but none that any non-Irish/Galway inhabitant would know about). ...
... drove over to give us a lift back to Mulluch. He did his usual madman driving, throwing us out of our seats as one friend tried singing and playing concertina in the mess of it all. Mulloch was a strange town, if you even want to call it that. Not like the pubs in town that have cute decorations and are much more compact. A young boy tried to sing, he was probably 18 years old. Most of the people in the session looked under twenty. I am not sure if he was trying ...