Woodford Dolmen Hotel
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... bus stop. Naturally, we sidetracked into Kitty's Kabin, where Lynn had the toughest decision of the trip...which chocolate to buy. My decision was easy - Birthday Cake, and White Chocolate Candy Corn M&M's. Who freaking knew those existed?! We hung around awhile, chatting with a funny sales associate and friendly couple. Once Lynn made her $10 decision, we rushed to the bus. We arrived home just as the Greene's did. We ate delightful lambchops, green beans, salad, ...
... trees are the thing that connects our worlds - or something. The area that the farm was in is called the Burren and in this entire area everything is divided up by dry stone walls instead of our usual fences - absolutely beautiful. After our tour of the farm, we went in for some pie and coffee where I had the most absolutely delicious strawberry rhubarb crumble.
Following this, we continued on to the Cliffs of Moher. This was the ...
... our way to the tourist booth, and got our bearings on what to see. Headed out for some of the local tourist attractions along with bus loads of others. Very interesting and historically informative. Look up Killkenny at some point in time and read up on the history. Castles and pubs galore. Had a great lunch of seafood chowder from the hibernia sea (only remember that name from the oil rig that sank there). Then off to hookup with our bed and breakfast. ...
... our 4 week sojourn in the Kea Camper Van. I think our passion for travel has been satisfied now for a while and the farthest we will venture will be to Castlegregory. We really are looking forward to being at home and slowing down to a more sedate pace of life…… for a little while at least. Liam has plans for cutting the lawn and me…well who knows. Hopefully I will get back my research materials for the school history that I am planning to "write" ...
... We took a guided tour which included plenty of Irish wit such as "If you walk fast, you'll keep up". We met an nice Irish gentleman who was interested in our cameras and asked me all kinds of questions about them, which is the exact opposite reaction that I normally get when I go on and on about my cameras. After that, we had lunch at the Wicklow Heather restaurant where we had bangers & mash ...