Cill Bhreac House B & B
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the Celtic and Prehistoric Museum which has Ireland's only intact Wooly Mammoth skull. We also saw a stone fort and a preserved village from the potato famine days (1840's). The Irish peasants lived a little better than the Stone Age, but not much during those times. And, of course, we saw plenty of fabulous scenery!
A great day was had by all!
... of the devastation that Ireland felt.
We stop and see a sheep herding demonstration. It's fascinating watching the border collie herd the sheep into a pen, listening to the master whistle and command and the dog barking in reply. We drive further on the coast, it's such a beautiful drive.
This land breeds a harsh, rugged climate. Generations of farmers pulled graves of rocks out of the ground and dragged seaweed and sand up from the coves ...
... a worthwhile visit to the visitor centre to sort our itinerary, then proceeded to the Killarney National Park for a boat trip across the middle lake and a walk to Torc falls. Have hatched a fiendish plan to drive the Gap of Dunloe before breakfast tomorrow - usually done on foot or by jaunty (horse and sulky), on account of it being so narrow but no one seems to get up before 10am, so there's a very good chance we'll be doing it alone. ...
... are resort style. It's situated right on the beach, mountains are close behind it, the dining room is a comfortable place to eat and hang out, they have a TV in the cozy reading room if you really get that bored, and there's a small restaurant/pub 20 steps away. Up the street about a 5 minute walk Cloghane's little store is open from 9AM to 5PM. Being from a small town, I guess I shouldn't have been surprised when I walked into the store this ...
... to an old farm built several hundred years ago that was abandoned during the potato famine 150 years ago. As I rode up to the next highway robbery booth, I recognized the guy inside! He came out to talk to me, "You're the singer from last night!" Yes. We made small conversation, then I asked him how much to go inside, hoping he would just let me by since I provided him with entertainment. "You're a student? €2.50." Grumble. He gave me a container ...