Camp Junction House & Apartments
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... up to the table, pointed at Tony and said, "Are you the guy who has always dreamed of kissing a red headed Irish girl? Well here you go!" And she planted a big one on him, much to his total shock. It was just hysterical; we couldn't stop laughing for the longest time. Dinner was back up at Kate Kearney's. We had a table reservation but it was still so nice and warm outside we just ate at the picnic tables out in front. I have to say it was very nice to put everybody back on the van ...
After yesterday's unpleasant weather we were delighted to awaken to bright sunshine and a clear sky. We spoke to my sister Glen via Facetime and went down to breakfast. It was just as tasty as last nights dinner. Edie had creamy porridge with honey and I couldn't resist the smoked salmon. Our first destination today was on the other side of Cork - Blarney Castle. We were one of the first buses there at 9.00 am. The grounds ...
... 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 ...
... Abbey is one of the major ecclesiastical sites found in the Killarney National Park, County Kerry, Ireland. It was founded in 1448 as a Franciscan friary for the Observantine Franciscans by Donal McCarthy Mor.It has had a violent history and has been damaged and reconstructed many times. The friars were often subjected to raids by marauding groups and were persecuted by Cromwellian forces under Lord Ludlow. Today the abbey is ...
ARKLOW - DINGLE (CO. Kerry)
Wet morning today but didnt matter much. We cruised off about 1030 to make our way to Cork via Waterford and secondary roads. Bit slower than expected but eventually made it to the BLARNEY CASTLE and of course the Blarney Stone - its only when you read the fine print you find out its actually 100 steps up in the vertical spiral stone stairway to the ...