Bay View B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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After our professional cow herding experience, we headed back toward the village, saw Melanie a couple of streets over, joined up and went to lunch. Ron was no where to be found. Ron did not show up for about 5 hours. We were about ready to go search for him, when he stumbled in, asking for a beer. On his artificial knees, he had walked around the entire island on round, rough rocks. He was exhausted and yes he got a beer or two.
... got ice creams, relaxed and then headed to the ferry terminal. While waiting for the ferry we talked and relaxed. It was another 45 minute trip to the mainland and then an hour trip back to the hotel.
Once at the hotel i collected my laundry, repacked that, got ready for the next day, packed a bit, relaxed and then we meet up for dinner and walked to a nearby pub for an included dinner. The dinner was a BBQ with ...
Nice breakfast again as we were regaled with many stories from Evelyn about her failed marriage, her brilliant children and many other guests over time. The good weather fairy appears to have had a day off as the rain is reasonably heavy and consistent. Then it was off to Kilarney via the Dingle peninsular and in particular the Slea head drive on the Peninsular. En route to the Peninsular, we passed through the pretty town of Adair and the Tralee ...
... workshop. First we tried to find the slate maker. We followed our gps co-ordinates and it just seemed to not be right at all. We went in to another gallery to pretend to look and also ask for directions. All of these places were at their homes and so we were diving along narrow roads with a few homes here and there. We followed his directions and thought there was no way this could be the right place as there was a rundown factory, no signs and just a bunch of cars parked in a ...
... through the cow pasture and found this amazing ruin of a 15thC church. Built in 1470, it served the people of the area until 1645. Locals told me that Cromwellian invaders burned the roof off the church during mass. After the Killilagh Church ceased to be a place of worship, it began to be used as a burial ground.