Ballylickey House

Address: Ballylickey, County Cork, Ireland | 3 star b&b
 
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      The Rocky Place

      A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 27, 2014

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      ... boulders fell in their wake, leaving a land that mirrors dry tide pools with potholes and crevices and puzzle piece shaped rocks. In this environment, plants from the last Ice Age have adapted, and no where else will you find Arctic fauna flowering beside Mediterranean blooms and grasses.

      We stop at Poulnabrone Dolmen, a stone portal tomb, shaped like a large stone table. As we walk up to it we feel like we're walking along tide pools, watching our every ...

      Boys & Their Soldiers

      A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 22, 2014

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      ... within inches of the car.

      The landscape in Country Kerry is so different from that of County Cork. The mountains are bumpy, almost like grass covered warts mixed with craggy rock outcroppings and sheer cliffs. Very different from the flatter meadows and rolling green hills in Cork. Cows, are of course still abundant as are sheep. We see the Kerry cow, a rare and indigenous cow to Kerry known for it's creamier milk; Murphy's Ice Cream ...

      OMG does iT get any betterThan this?...

      A travel blog entry by watties42 on Jul 18, 2014

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      ... a ancient place where dinosaurs had left footprints in the rocks then went to amazing cliffs. After that it just got better and better, had lunch just over the bridge and then back over high mountains, down to lakes etc. long day and Glenn was pretty sick of driving by the time we got home. On the trip into Killarney we heard about another tragic air disaster. another malaysia airlines plane was shot out of the sky by Russians. over three hundred people killed, including ...

      A Carriage Ride in the Past

      A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 08, 2014

      17 photos

      ... short distance to Ross Castle, the home of the O'Donoghues. It is a castle built in the 16th century beside an expansive lake. It's incredibly windy beside the lake and white caps are seen in the water. The ducks float and bounce on the waves and the boats for hire moored at its bank lie empty as they jostle in the wind. It's a relief to tour the castle to get out of the wind. The tour guide is fascinating as she discusses the uses of each floor and daily life in the 1500's. The castle ...

      Day 2 in Kerry

      A travel blog entry by docandjill on Oct 03, 2011

      3 comments, 17 photos

      Nothing happened.!

      Iriish Stew for dinner last night..Magnificent. Had a couple of pints to wash it down in front of the fire.

      Not raining today but not what one would call bright sunshine. We went for a walk for an hour just wandering around the country lanes down towards the water. Not really "cold" but it would be a brave man or woman who would venture out without a couple of layers and a spray jacket.
      Drove over ...