Ballynahinch Castle, Glenlo Abbey, and Clifden

I walked out to the site of the 3rd murder in The Keepers of Eire. Grayson kept me company. I even had a thought on how I wanted to write one of the scenes in book 2 while on this peaceful stroll.

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Here is the back of Ballynahinch Castle and some lovely flowers.

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Next I meet Lisa Chalfa, a marketing, publicity, & training wonder for coffee and biscuits at Glenlo Abbey Hotel just outside Galway City.

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At Glenlo Abbey: the Orient Express…and a dragon

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3 Comments

July 17, 2014 · 3:34 pm

3 responses to “Ballynahinch Castle, Glenlo Abbey, and Clifden

  1. We are back in California and civilization which you can interpret to mean we have internet and I am now following your amazing adventure. From the pictures it is easy to see why this journey is so inspirational.

  2. Such beautiful pictures! We stayed at Glenlo Abbey back in 2003. It was our big Irish splurge. So exciting to see you there!

  3. Grayson, don’t be intimidated by that winged large gray dragon statue. You are my inspiration.

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