Cliffs of Moher, County Clare, Ireland
Last Updated on April 7, 2018 by Jody Halsted
Forwarded to IFV 4/7/2018
Very few things are as awe inspiring as the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland. There is a reason this is Ireland's top tourist attraction. Words just can't describe the awesome natural beauty.
O'Brien's Tower was built in 1835 as a viewing spot for the tourists that thronged to the Cliffs even then. It sits majestically at the cliff head and provides a terrific backdrop for pictures. As if the Cliffs weren't enough.
You may not think that taking children to a cliff is wise but I can assure you that it is safe (see the tall stone wall in the second photo?). There is plenty of open space and the walk up the hill will surely help to work off all the energy from the drive. Brenna had great fun watching the many birds and running along the paths.
**At this writing we are planning another trip to Ireland for spring of 2008. I can guarantee we will be visiting the Cliffs again.