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Travel Blogs from Camp
... there. Beth made a rubbing of the foot stone of the grave that said Dillon. Liam also told us that the Dillon's owned an equestrian center in Freshford and we saw that as we drove through. Then we drove to Rock of Cashel and looked around there for an hour or so. Then we headed out toward Dingle. We decided to go to Killorglin, which is at the north edge of the Ring of Kerry. We drove through ...
... the locals and a beer there. I talked to this old man who was a cattle farmer. I knew a little from my Montana roots, so that was exciting. Then one of the guys started signing and the whole bar then started signing along. He asked me what song he should sing next and I of course go with 'Friends in Low Places,' which he knew and the rest of the bar. So we all started singing some Garth! So this sort of stuff does happen ...
... water for the day's hike and the clerk asked us about where we were going. He also assured us there would be no all-day rain and as we were walking out the door, he called out to us and handed us 2 raisin scones for our hike. It was incredibly sweet and very well-appreciated during our walk. As it turns out, all the locals were right about the weather. There was a little light drizzle as we made our way through the streets of ...
... and identify their owners as I went, which led to an interesting distinction. Wonderfully stereotypically, I noticed that all of the patrons who were speaking in American accents were wearing North Face jackets (as was I at the time), and the patrons with Irish accents were wearing cable knit sweaters.
Just as the group of us were about to leave, Eric, who is rooming with Ashley and I in our ...
... we researched the possibility
of taking a tour around the Dingle Peninsula instead of biking it. The lady at the information center concurred with our decision and make a
phone call to arrange a personal van tour of the Dingle Peninsula.
A middle aged man named John was our tour guide. Our first stop was a house that formerly was
Lord Ventry’s. It’s now a private school
for girls between 13 and 17. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting