The Twelve Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
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After a breakfast of delicious scones and other goodies at The Twelve Hotel (named after the mountain range), we headed to a marble factory for a demonstration and buying stop (one of the few). They are very creative with store names here. Passed a beauty parlor "Curl up and Dye". We then headed for the Connemara area including Kylemore Abbey and …
Another day, another hotel breakfast. Out at 9 AM for a bus ride to the ferry terminal/port. Took the 10 AM ferry to Inismor the largest of the Aran Islands about a 45 minute boat ride across Galway Bay. We were very lucky that the seas were calm. It can be a rough passage. We split up into two groups so we would fit into the small vans that the …
... pasta and salad so I could get some veggies in. My new roomies were all from Amsterdam, and they seemed alight until they came home drunk at 1am and made a lot of noise. So I made sure I let the door slam when I left early the next morning. I walked through more bloody rain to the bus station and bought my (stupidly expensive) ticket to Waterford! Waterford I forgot to bring food on the bus, so by the time I got to Waterford, I was ridiculously hungry. This time ...
... the first 10 minutes of the trip buying and eating kit kats, snickers bars, coffee, Coke, tic tacs, crisps and Pringles, needless to say they were rather large...very annoyingly, they were not sick.
Then 10 euro minibus tour around the island. Best value ever.
the bus driver, Patrick, of course, took us to the coastline where we could see two smaller islands, privately owned by a family, who use it to run sheep and cattle. No one ...
... from the crashing gray waves below. I initially learned about the Cliffs through a photo on my friend's FB and upon first viewing the pic, I knew that I had to go.
I actually happened on the pickup point by chance as I wandered around the center of Dublin. After waiting about an hour, we headed out to the insanely-gorgeous countryside of Ireland. At one point, our driver Mark played “My Heart Will Go On” by Celine Dion ...