Lady Gregory Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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 ...
... cases that meant dressed like British royalty, very conservatively. And in other cases, dressed in the shortest, tightest, I don't care if this looks good on me dress you ever did see. But in nearly all cases? Fascinators!!! Amazing ones, by the way. We looked like complete slobs in comparison tonight. But, we found a pub we could actually enter and people-watched for a while. Good fun. On the way back, ...
... 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 ...
... off the plane I have yummy ones with the mushy peas............(Yep, peas mushed up....)
One pub, one pint in at 9...couldn't sleep all night.........UGH!!!
Nice breakfast in the morning prepared by Bernard, and of course my chat with the Boston Detective. I left my suitcase and went to do a little shopping..RAIN AHG!!! Bernard lent me an umbrella...........It was my birthday so I ...
... any maps. Who needs em right?! (says the over confident traveler) I was sure it would all be right in the square, within a one block radius. We peaked into a couple pubs on the square, but they were either closed or filled with bands of teens doing lines of jagger bombs. Not the cozy hole-in-the-wall locals we had in mind, that's for sure. Unsure of the layout of the town, we chanced it and went right off the square. Three blocks up a dark empty street ...