They were making jewelry by hand as we walked through the work area. Ted bought me a shamrock necklace that have the leaves made of the green marble.
We left there and were dropped off for a walking tour of the medieval section of Galway. First up was the cathedral built in the mid 60s with the help of Cardinal Cushing and the patrons of Boston ... for less than $1 million! The Joyce family of Connemara Marble figured extensively in the marble used inside.
Next we went to Eyre Square now known as Kennedy Square.
We did our final shopping and had lunch at the famous King’s Head pub. Later that evening we had an included farewell dinner at our hotel. We had to leave at 4:15 AM for our flights home. We AND my luggage arrived about 6 pm, almost 22 hours of travel time including our London layover.