Dublin Kilkenny & Glendalough Galway Cliffs of Moher
I’ve never walked as much as we walked in Dublin. However I enjoyed every step I took. The old city center of Dublin is full of life, and bars of course. We saw every cathedral, been to the biggest library ever, had delicious breakfasts, good coffees and a great time.
Kilkenny & Glendalough
This was a day trip we took from Dublin. Usually I’m not the person who goes on the kind of day trips you drive around in a bus all day with a bunch of other tourist doing the things all the tourists do but in Ireland I loved it so much. It was quite interesting, the tourguide had all kinds of things to tell about the history of Ireland so no dull moment there. And the view is to die for all the way so that helps too.
The first day in Galway was quite rainy, windy and cold. But the best thing was, we had a big bath in the middle of our room. So a rainy day didn’t got us down, at all. First thing we did was book some tours, we wanted to see the Connemara area and the Cliffs of Moher. With the trip to Connemara there was also a little time to explore Kylemore Abbey. Unfortunately due to the weather we haven’t been to the gardens which appear to be really pretty but the view of the abbey itself was all worth it.
Cliffs of Moher
And than last but not least. The whole point of us going to Ireland was that I wanted to see the Cliffs of Moher. I know, talk about touristic things. The cliffs are as enormous in real life as you see them on pictures so they did not disappoint at all. And a little extra were the burren. Quite the weird landscape but pretty awesome at the same time.