Cill Bhreac House B & B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... about my cooking skills
Thats all i really have. I'll be bored and alone for the next few days. Missing home a little extra now that mom, julia, and mike have come and gone. Excited for spring break though and home is coming sooner then I imagined.
Anyway, thank you for coming to Ireland cutie!! Hope you had a good trip and you finish your book soon so we can prepare for the sequel to come out..i love you :)
... small but impressive series of structures on a sheer cliff, first inhabited in the 8th and 9th centuries. Sheep graze around the stone ruins. The boys seem more interested in watching the lone ram pulling grass than the ruins. Chris and Elizabeth marvel at the sheer fortitude of these people who chose to build their settlement so close to the cliff's edge. Indeed, some of the fortification is the cliff.
It's a short walk down to the famine cottages. Even though it's now past ...
Had a bit of a sleep in today as to avoid the tourist bus hordes at breakfast. Left Bunratty with a quick stop into Limerick to see King John's castle and the town centre. Drove on to Adare, which is known as one of Ireland's prettiest villages. It has a lovely little row of thatched roof cottages and a lovely park, but too many tourists for my liking, all the buses must have arrived at once. Take the R roads to Tralee, driving through Athea and ...
... pond where a ray demanded that I give him a massage (I declined). Speaking of massage, the "new" thing in Ireland is a "fish pedicure" - you stick your feet in a tank of water and fish suck the dead skin off. A young American lad (in sixth grade) told me he was reluctant to have it done but decided to try it - and he really enjoyed it - he'd do it again. Didn't see the opportunity to have a fish pedicure but I think I'll be adding that to my bucket list.
More twisting, winding roads, but gorgeous scenery. We stopped at the Killarney lakes to look at the views, and later we stopped at Inch Beach for a quick photo op. Inch Beach was used by David Lean in “Ryan's Daughter.” It looks like ... a beach, but omigosh the sea air felt so good after being on the bus!
We arrived in Dingle just after 5:00. It's a cute little town with a harbor that sits at the bottom of some twisting, winding ...