Shamrock Inn Hotel
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... seemed out of sorts and out of patience. Perhaps the 4 weeks of travel had finally caught up with us all. Whatever the cause, it was clear that this was our worst day of our trip. Of course, considering how badly days can be while traveling it was pretty mild, but still we have had so many good days that we all took it pretty hard. For this day, Evie wasn’t the only one in the family with that ‘empty pit of the stomach ...
... in c. 500 AD.
Then I undertook a long drive as part of my family history interest. Firstly to the village of Woodford, to see the church there. This parish church was where my father's ancestors were baptised, married etc. Woodford is a quaint little village. Then I drove to a locality known as "Dooros", which is on the eastern side of Lough Derg. This was the site of the farm where my ancestors lived and worked ...
Another little surf town Lahinch has a very big beach and a beachy laid back feel. We stayed here two nights and the town was very busy because the weather was good and I think its school holidays. We went to the Cliffs of Moher and enjoyed a very long walk along the cliffs over looking the Atlantic Ocean. It was a sunny and rather hot day which was very nice for a change! ...
... here, he would have been the life of the party. When I asked his mother if I could write about him and the day I shared with them, she gladly accepted and then showed me pictures of her handsome son, of her son and daughter together and also of him near the end of his battle with cancer. She said in the last months they traveled all over Europe to try and find a cure, but there was nothing they could do. The friends admired and envied the Vangelistas ...
... at the Barnacles hostel, which was very nice and secure, unlike the ****** hostel that I stayed at while on my own in Dublin. We got settled in and then met Professor McKay and Professor Phillips for a pint on McKay at the Quays (pronounced keys), a beautiful pub and had some good craic (prounced crack), which means "good fun" in Irish (the Irish call the language Irish, not Gaelic as is generally said in the States). So to say, "I'm gonna have ...