Aghadoe House B&B
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... in our room. The first night we were here we could hear music from the pub across the street ( we requested a quiet room!). So the first pub music we heard was Tequila on a trombone!!! No trad at that pub. While we were in the initial pub last night we heard: Ring of Fire, Country Roads, and Momma Mia. And they were supposed to have trad music! EEK! In fact I've heard several Abba songs since we've been here...!
Also, this is the ...
... could have been the rougher than usual roads here, or perhaps the wow factor was not quite as great as the Cliffs of Moher or the Giants' Causeway (and definitely not up there with Slieve League!), but by the time we had completed another 100km of the Ring of Kerry the next morning, we were pretty disappointed with it. It wasn't until we reached the mountainous section, in a National Park between the towns of Kenmare and Killarney, that we really appreciated ...
We come to you live from the original Temple Bar in Dublin, Ireland. In the past 24 hours we have been awake, we have made the 3 hour trek to Chicago, survived the 7 hour flight to Dublin, basically skipped our way through customs (customs man barely looked at our passports), found a bus into the city center of Dublin, wandered the empty cobblestone streets for hours waiting for the city to wake up, and have sampled our ...
... flight home.
I will let the photographs tell most of the story and I will only highlight some of the places of interest.
Kilkenny - had more cathedrals  than many cities of 10 times larger size.
Lismore Castle - had an impressive site on a high bank above a salmon river in beautiful surroundings, but was still closed to the public.
Kinsale - we stayed here on the south coast near Cork where I be-friended a "local" for directions, but he seemed frozen ...
... right direction, but then the guy there just didn't stop talking! He wasn't even really talking, but more rambling! We eventually got out when another customer came in, and went up the road to the visitor centre, where we found a Belfast sticker. (It wasn't as nice as the ones from Derry though!) We bought it and headed back to the station, where we had missed a bus by just 10 minutes, so we found ourselves a seat and Darren played some guitar while we ...