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... saved us hours of driving around thru Limmerick.
We followed the signs to Kilrush and had lunch at Crotty's Pub. Then we drove along some smaller roads to Ennis where we met up with the motorway. It was just a short trip down the M18 to the exit for Dromoland Castle. The castle is not ancient - I think the oldest parts of it are from the late 1800s. Our rooms were very spacious as was the bathroom: 2 sinks and a shower and a bathtub.
... demanded the Moors release all British prisoners. As a result, Richard Joyce was set free. The goldsmith had such a great amount of respect for Richard Joyce that he offered Joyce his daughter and half his wealth if Joyce stayed, but he denied his offer and returned home to marry his love who awaited his return. During his time with the Moors he forged a ring as a symbol of his love for her. Upon his return he presented her with the ring and ...
... to the ground; you would get caught by the bars. We couldn't spend too much time there, because we had to drive about 2 hours to get to another cousins' house. This time we went to see Carmel, Pat, Jared, and Brid #3. So many Brids'! When we first got there, they served us lunch. I loved this place because I didn't stuff myself like the others. Plus, they didn't give us a whole bunch of candy bars at the end. For lunch this time, we had lamb, chicken, potatoes, and dessert. ...
... touch them and the camper was covered in cow muck!
By this stage Marts had hauled out the whisky so he and I were very happy thank you in the back.
Also gave one to K who was navigating - not sure that helped her though. K kept saying we're nearly there, we're nearly there - even though we werent and didnt have a clue where we were... R saying I'm f###king over this s##te - more than ...
... seats every day and now I am on the right side of the bus, which is good as I was getting a permanent swivel to the left, this is a good chance to straighten up, I will be in the front seat when we reach the Giants Causeway, which excites me, something I have always wanted to see.
we went right down to the Blasket Islands, very interesting part of Ireland, the inhabitants were evacuated from there in 1953, sad but beautiful story, loved it.
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