Cill Bhreac House B & B
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... It was fun eating in courses as we people watched, the crowd seemed to be on the older side & I admired them for their sense of adventure. The live music would be starting at 9:30pm and we were excited to hear some festive Irish tunes. Unfortunately, the gal sang some really slow, unemotional songs. The place was packed, yet you couldn't hear a sound from anyone, we were hoping for lively Irish tunes with the crowd toe tapping. ...
... to go 2 km but we make it into the park.
We stop at Muckross Abbey and wander the ruins. Chris marvels at the yew tree enclosed in the cloister, so majestic, yet eerie. We drive to Muckross House and find the car park is just as crowded as the town. Elizabeth slyly lets Chris know that we could take a carriage to the waterfall around the lake, or more quietly we could park at the car park. He hires a jaunting car, carriage, anyway. He knew that's what Elizabeth was ...
... a bit. Got to the entrance to the pass and there was a man there stopping people! Apparently it was closed due to falling rocks and may be open tomorrow- hoping to get to pass through. The drive out there was stunning though, with the scenery constantly changing between valleys, mountains and ocean. We headed back up to the main road and drove into dingle. We found our hotel quite easily. We stayed at The Dingle Skellig Hotel and I have only good things to say. We parked ...
... 8221; or fries. It was really good.
We decided to walk around and look for souvenirs. My favorite store is The Craic (crack)
House. In Irish, Craic means fun. I negotiated with the vendor on prices and
was able to get a few shirts and a hat for cheap. We also booked our plans for the four-day
break that they is given to us by the school.
We decided to go to Limerick, Doolin and then to Galway. We ...
... Can I get a focking break" (Irish expletive). Oops. Two women were out for a walk when I made my tirade.
Finally, finally, we arrived in Dingle town, an adorable coastal town with lots of fisherman, a cute main street and great pubs full of Irish music. It's full of tourists, but we enjoyed it all the same. After settling in at our lovely hostel, The Hideout, we tried to grab an early dinner next door. ...