White's King Thomond
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... the Cliffs, it really feels like a proper experience. The view from the nice accessible path is nice too, but nothing like getting hit by the wind and feeling the tweak of vertigo looking down at that drop. Some things are massive tourist attractions because they are so amazing, so beautiful that everyone in the world wants to see them. The Cliffs of Moher are one of those attractions. Just about everyone in Ireland goes to see them, but it's for a good reason.
“Thank god.” Ashley said. “I thought it was just me.”
“Where is this town?” I asked. I looked around. The scenery was spectacular. Rolling hills, cattle grazing on fields carpeted with wildflowers, stone fences, but absolutely no hint of a pharmacy, or any other sign of civilization. “Well I guess we keep going. I’m sure we will get there soon.” We kept peddling ...
... our waterproofs and whack up heating in Gerald the Micra full pelt. Our original plan was to then drive to the top of the cliffs and walk around but we don't really feel like it. We do drive there but it's so misty we wouldn't have seen anything anyway so we carry on driving. We've abandoned the sat nav today and are just going to wing it. We check out the map and decide to go to Ennistymon, it's fairly nearby and we like to ...
After Dunguaire Castle we shot up to Galway for a visit. I think my mom and sister would like it here. In the city center they have pedestrianized streets made of brick with nothing but shops and pubs and eateries along it.
Upon first arriving, we got twisted around and lost as usual, finally settled on a carpark on the other side of the mall, and walked in to see where we were. We went in to check out St. Nicholas' Church first. Most all ...
... headed down to City Center for a quick girls night. Taafees wasn’t too busy so we went to Kings Head and Amanda met up with us. Fun time out, settled back in early.
Arthur’s Day (celebration of the anniversary of Guinness)/Maggie’s Birthday, overnight in Cork, and the Galway Oyster Festival—there is a lot to look forward to this week!!
My Contemporary Families course was canceled today so I got to sleep in until my ...
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