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Leaving Killarney we travelled over the scenic Kerry Mountains into County Cork for our stop at Blarney, famous for it's Stone of Eloquence. We visited Blarney Castle and kissed the Blarney Stone, the castle being magnificent ( my favourite), as for the stone it was kissed before you could say "jack Robertson". After lunch ...
... the resort, we walked into the Casino. It wasn't very busy. But we didn't stay very long - we probably were there for all of 20 minutes, sharing $5 on the nickle slot.
After that we headed over the main dining room in West Baden, Sinclair's. But we found it closed. So we are ate 'alfresco' in the atrium at Ballard's.
We got home about 6:15 pm. A really nice afternoon, and we're both still just too full to even think about ...
vista at an overlook in Brown County State Park. There is lots of good
hiking in the area, some of it around lakes. I can only imagine how nice
it would be to ...
... sweet three-year old daughter. For diner we took a taxi ride to "The Hill", for some great Italian food.
Today's ride was through rolling farm land, lots of trees, flooded fields ( the levee broke on the Embarrass River), a Catfish Festival in Shoals, IN (we missed the egg toss and Corn Hole Tournament (?), ...
... Pulpit Rock and unique Penny Ceiling. Marengo Cave remains at 52 degrees (farenheit) all year round.
Our tour guide's Grandmother attended square dancing and church sermons inside this cave.
We were about 80 feet below the surface and at one stage, because we were under a hill, it was 160 feet.
Everything about this tour was just spectacular!