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Friendly people, clean and comfortable rooms - everything you want in a B&B
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... early awaiting 9pm so we can go back out and listen to some Music in one of the pubs. We picked Sullivans hotel it was recommended by the Fishwife and just around the corner ...a couple of pints were drunk as we sit and listened to a your woman sing beautiful ball ands...at least the first 2 were alright after that the 3rd 4th& 5th became wearing so we finished up. And headed home ..in bed by 11pm.Hoping for some different music in ...
... Jim and I stop at Quinlan's fish and chips restaurant for some take away ... we saw a huge line yesterday at lunch time winding out of the restaurant so we think it's pretty good. Back at the hostel, we enjoy our fish and chips while the kiddos share some chips and have grilled cheese sandwiches and pasta. After dinner we rest a bit more before heading out for an evening walk around town to check out buildings and monuments.
We have enjoyed our time in Killarney.
... I'm also not sure some of us could fit out the window!) The town of Dingle was so picturesque! We had a great lunch by a warm fire at Danno's, then the big guys toured Creans brewery and the rest of us shopped the cute stores. Many of the crafts were locally made along with the wool blankets, scarves, hats, and mittens! The sun was out and it was a really nice day! ;) Enjoy the ...
... when we passed Mizen Head where so much has happened over the years.
Charley Haughey grounded under the bridge one time and the biggest haul of drugs ever in Ireland were discovered between there and Three Castles Head. a few years ago.
Sailing on clear nights is fantastic,we picked up the light from Bull Rock easily enough as we were passing Sheep's Head.
Of course Bear Island was next whwere I have stopped on many an occasion,the last time on Bounty.
... I walk down to the Tourist Information office to see if there was a possibility of getting a tour around the peninsula. There were no guarantees since it is not high tourist season and I am only one person. But I took his advice and the TI was able to set me up on a private two hour tour.
The Dingle Peninsula is breathtakingly beautiful. With the sheep and multitude of green pastures, as well as the coastline along the cast Atlantic. ...