Finally in Belfast!
Between train stations
Catching the train to Belfast, Ireland
Some tasty goodies for breakfast!!
On the morning of our last day in Galway, Marlene and I snuck out to a local bakery and grabbed some goodies and coffee
Enjoying the finest McDonalds has to offer
We head back to McDonalds, when it is less busy.
We head back to McDonalds, to the delight of Logan and not so much some of the others.
This castle you could rent out for parties. It was on our way home from the cliffs.
Our taxi driver for the day, who took us to the Cliffs of Moher, and the tomb marker
This is the oldest standing stones of this type in Europe. It is a grave marker.
Here are the cliffs of Moher.
Inside the tower, which is perched on the cliffs
A lookout tower from the olden days
The Cliffs of Moher
The large underground visitors center was interesting.
The underground visitor center.
The underground visitor center at the Cliffs of Moher.
I thought this was a clever idea to help pooches.
Underground shops dug into the ground.
The Cliffs of Moher, with underground visitor center.
The cliffs of Moher, in the rain, of course.
The Cliffs of Moher
A sign directing us to the cliffs of Mother
On our way to the cliffs of Mohar, we encounter this very tight two way street.
We head inside McDonalds, but then leave again because it was very busy and had a long wait.
Double decker buses were a very common sight here.
Looking for the Golden Arches
These boats have been here for a long time
Old boats that are past their prime.
These boats were here for awhile
With the high wind, there were whitecaps everywhere. Not a good day to be on the water.
Boats anchored up in the harbor
There were quite a few old wooden boats laying around
A cute little food truck
This the iconic Galway street from across the river
The burger place in this photo we frequented.
Some signs in downtown Galway
Some boats in the river
The River Corral which can nearly past our house
This is an iconic street that shows up in many Galway articles and brochures.
Crossing the River Corrib bridge
The River Corrib, which runs through Galway
The Spanish Arch, about a five minute walk from our house.
Hiking around Galway, Ireland. It was very windy.
The Spanish arch, zoomed back a bit.
The Spanish Arch, which was a five minute walk from our house
Some colorful doors close to our rental house
The inside of a nice little coffee shop. They had a banana split yogurt dish which I liked.
This is a large, forcing me to buy several, as there are no free refills
I should have tried the Beet Root Latte
Arriving at our rental house in Galway
There are many colorful houses in Galway
Switching trains before Galway