Cill Bhreac House B & B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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After a nice sleep in and another delicious breakfast we were ready for a day of exploring the Dingle Peninsula. But first we had to visit the post office to send a few things home, just a few purchases we have made over the last 4 weeks, starting to run out of space. That done we head out along the Wild Atlantic Way, a name well deserved at times …
This was certainly a day spent in spectacular scenery. Everywhere you look there is something to make you go 'ahhhh', green hillsides with sheep and cows lazily grazing the days away, valleys gleaming in the filtered sunlight and we can't forget the breath taking ocean landscapes. After leaving Galway this morning we headed out along the Wild …
... Park. It was gorgeous! It reminded me of the scenery in Lord of the Rings but that was filmed in New Zealand. They get up to 80 inches of rain every year which, it is said, gives them 40 shades of green and hence the name, the Emerald Isle. We had a walk in the beautiful old Muckross Abbey built in the 12th century. It was right out of a story book. Even though it was centuries old, it was still being used as a cemetery. There was a huge yew tree growing ...
... lots of great advice and stories. She tells all the people hiking the Dingle Way to make sure they soak in a hot tub, directed us to the laundry so we could get our clothes washed, assured us that there was no need to tip in Ireland-only taxi drivers. "Why would you give your hard earned money away?" she said. The next morning after a hearty Irish breakfast and Kathleen insisting we pack the leftovers for lunch, I gave her a giant hug and ...
... lots. (We had to unlearn some things learnt through the movie! Apparently Rose and Jack are not real.. ahh sigh - Chloe). Later that day we drove from Belfast to Galway. A lovely city close to the west coast. We experienced the traditional Irish Pubs with lively, Celtic-infused music. We were not keen on the Guinness…. but Tim and Lauren certainly were! The streets were filled with pubs and historical buildings. We loved it there but were every ...