I hope you aren’t tired of Ireland posts yet! I still have a few more up my sleeve. I am sure as soon as I finish writing about it I will be itching to go back so I keep saving a few…
Ross Errilly Friary is a fine example of one of my favorite things to do when traveling. I love to find the random unplanned locations that come up between Point A and Point B. After spending the day driving in and around Kylemore Abbey we were headed back to Clare and decided to follow one of the brown historic markers that dot the roadways throughout Ireland. I looked at them and asked if they had one more stop in them. My parents are good sports about going anywhere and doing pretty much anything so they were game. The sun was setting, no one was around, and we had a blast checking out the interesting angles of the remaining architecture.
Ross Errily Medieval Franciscan Friary can be located in County Galway near the village of Headford. You can see it from the main road and can follow the well signed roads. It is worth a few minute visit for sure.
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