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... that are the result of a volcanic eruption. It was beautiful, especially because the sun was setting. We made it to the B&B with 6 min to spare until the end of check in. Our B&B is in the country, smells sort of similar to Lancaster county. It is beautiful though. After a quick unpacking, we went to downtown Bushmills for a super unfriendly pint of cider at fin Mac cools public house. Ended up having a few appetizers at ...
... taken kissing the Blarney stone which takes a while to wait in the queue and the position they get you in, in order to kiss the stone is indeed very interesting. Wondering around the gardens we all agreed they are place where we are sure the "Hobbits" live. This done we wandered back to the town and had the obligatory drink and Mark had the biggest soft serve cone we have seen thus far.
On our return journey to Dublin we stopped off in Cork and took ...
... it becomes a bit of Cluster****. We spent a rather short time,
probably less than 20 minutes, at the Causeway itself because of the crowds. We
then took the less crowded, longer, and steeper alternative route back on a
trail that climbs the headlands around the site and then follows the cliff edge
for a mile or so back, a small part of the 12 mile Causeway Coast walking trail
that’s supposed to be one of the most scenic walks on Ireland.
... We arrived about 4 p.m. and easily found our apartment which was in the center of town. We had a code to open the lockbox and retrieve the key -- it didn't work. This was the one rental that I was a bit concerned about! We called the landlord, got an answering machine and left a message. Now what to do? We ran into another couple, also new tenants who didn't even have a code for the lock ...
... structures, then becoming exposed once hardened due to the violent storms that occur there. I also like the myth that goes along with site about an Irishman who arrogantly built a stone bridge and challenged a Scottish giant, then realized how big the giant was, ran for his life, and hid as a baby. The size of the "baby" made the giant think the dad was an even bigger giant, thus making the Scottish giant run away, leaving his shoe behind, ...