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Friendly people, clean and comfortable rooms - everything you want in a B&B
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... which is called St James's after the Spanish patron. Today Dingle is a thriving tourist area and fishing port whose beauty has attracted musicians, artists and craft persons from many countries.
After lunch we set off to drive the Dingle Peninsula, or Corca Dhuibhne (rated as the #1 ring road in Ireland), which stretches 48 km along the Atlantic Ocean from Ireland's south-west coast and forms part of the 2,500 km Wild Atlantic Way which is a tourism trail on ...
... in other European countries, I was somewhat surprised when I didn’t find it previously. The French toast is also good but a little more eggy than I like. I end up stuffed and can’t even finish it!
Before leaving we stop at the desk where we get a local map, Yeah! I love maps. We also ask about laundry and find out that we can drop off our laundry with them and not have to pay per item we can actually pay per pound. This ...
... Elizabeth can't seem to make it turn on any better. Genny calls the front desk-from Elizabeth's phone because there is no phone in the room-and the attendant states that the water for the showers has been turned off as it's on a timer and will be turned back on around 7am. Oddly enough the sink works because we brush our teeth fine; but if you want a shower you're out of luck. Ireland is definitely different from the States! We just go to bed and plan showers for after 7 am ...
Today I finally made it to Dingle and it was certainly more beautiful than I would have ever dreamed! After leaving my hostel in Tralee, I had about two hours to kill before my bus came for Dingle so I made it my mission to find nail clippers so I could cut down these claws I've been growing. I went to two big supermarkets in Tralee that both claimed that I'd only be able to find that at pawn shops. When my bus finally came, it was a fast ...
... br> “Me too?” Eric asked.
“Sure, pile in!” He said.
They were all in the car before I could react and as they drove by, Ashley yelled out the window “See you later suckers!” and flipped me the bird, which was made me chuckle (I think I have only heard Ashley curse once or twice in the year we’ve known each other). Anna and I were left standing, laughing in the rain. ...