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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... coming towards us on our way to the park. One was a local heading into town; the other was the landowner of the farm that incorporates the park - he quickly turned back to welcome us to the park and collect our entry fee. The park is at the head of a long valley which has been shaped by years and years of glacier activity, forming steep slopes interrupted by numerous waterfalls fed from the hilltops above. The valley floor is a series of interconnected lakes ...
... set of Gold vestments as well as the only piece of clothing to survive King Henry the VIII's reign. I found it all quite interesting but my job was to keep the men moving. We joined back up with the ladies (who had done their best to support Waterford-they shipped home the goodies), and Terry took over the driving duties. We drove along the coast, stopping frequently at pull-outs to admire the view.
We quickly stopped in Middleton, a ...
Today we explored the Dingle peninsula. We drove along the coast road, recently renamed the Wild Atlantic Way. A short photo stop at Inch for a shot of the beach. Our concierge Chris, suggested we stop at admire this wonderful beach. Fancy telling Australians about beautiful beaches! Nothing compares, really. We continued around the peninsula following the Slea Head route. Some great views, ...
... movie after dinner. We have our first fire, even though it's warm outside, in their beautiful fireplace and have a quiet evening relaxing at home.
We put the kids to bed and find Monty Python Live on the Telly, so naturally we watch...when the door bell rings (at 10:30pm). It's two neighbor boys, in their teens, asking us to do a survey about our experience in Ireland. Elizabeth stands behind Chris while he fills in their pre-made bubbles- ...
... 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 ...