Zetland Country House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 1.20. Drove about 30 minutes to the Cahir Castle, which is a castle ruins on the river. they allowed you to climb all over the castle and walls. Great views and lots to see. Tiny scary narrow stares. Would never be open to the public in the states. the driving is getting better. Only a few near misses today. The roads were a little wider sometimes. the others weird thing about driving on the left...on the mutli lane highway, the passing lane is on the ...
... the memorial in one of B's pics overlooking the lake.) All of Connemara is referred to as a terrible beauty and you'll see what we mean in the bog and boulder landscape. They must have to remove alot of rock before building homes, but they build new homes with incredible views. In Calgary we would have to pay big $ for one of those boulders for our landscaping.
Today we went down 160 feet in an old silver and lead mine at Glengowla guided by ...
... 3,000 year old Iron Age ring fort perched on the edge of a 300 foot high cliff. After a tremendous day it’s time to head back to the main land for a pint of Guinness or two in Galway’s buzzing pub scene.
Freeee day!!! Well, not money free, simply free from the bus. Today we took a boat to Aran Islands and biked around a lot of the island. Let me just say that there are ...
... during the Napoleonic wars to make room for a signal tower. REF: http://www.cliffsofmoher.ie/TheCliffs.a spx
We took a lovely sunny E15 car ferry trip across the Shannon River and an hour later we were checking into the Moher Lodge B&B. Mary runs the beautiful B&B (and she remembered Helen’s sister with delight - Liz & husband Craig when they stayed there) whilst ...
... castle to go today. We started to walk around the outside and then an old gentlemen decided to stop and have a chat to us. He asked us where we were from and then started to tell us some stories of old Ireland and talking about the English (he didn't really like them) He was a nice bloke and told us some WWII stories as well but the one question that really took me by surprise and confirmed that he didn't like the English was ...