Carrig Country House & Restaurant
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... bite of lunch we did a bit more shopping. As usual, I am now blogging while everyone else naps! Something is wrong with this arrangement.
I think we're going to a concert tonight. Then the guy that plays the pipes is at one of the pubs close to us tonight also. I probably won't go; it doesn't start until 9:30.
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Wednesday 27th August Sadly left our lovely view across Galway Bay to the Burren and headed through the traffic to head south. First stop was Bunratty Castle and folk park just outside Limerick. Had only intended to visit the castle but ended up spending two hours here. The castle was built around 1425 and consists of a central block that has one main room (main guard hall, now a banquet hall, and the great hall) and a six storey tower on each corner. It is ...
... it. It turns out Castleisland is the main market town in the area but the Lochnanes lived mostly in other parishes surrounding it rather than in the town itself. The variants of the name are vast and the version O'Loughlin seems to be a variant mainly found in County Clare or in more recent times. Fascinating! We have just returned to our B & B, feeling like the day was worthwhile, and with a lot of information to continue the search online. Back to Glasgow via Edinburgh ...
... Brien-son of Brien. This month is the 1000 year anniversary of the Battle of his death. It was a beautiful exhibit. After we soaked up the library and I took a million pictures we went to tour the rest of Dublin. That is when I realized that I never tour Dublin, I just hang out in Dublin…so we went to Temple Bar (last visited with the Peters)! I took requests upon this realization and the number one request was the Guinness Brewery. Trinity had ...
... which lie close to Lough Derg.
We turned off the main road at Gort and wound our way along minor roads experiencing some beautiful scenery along the way. On reaching Scarriff we found a lovely village and the perfect place for an icecream stop.
From here we continued to Tuamgraney which is virtually linked to Scarriff as there is only 1km between them. The road then travelled along the lower portion of Lough Derg which ...