Coffey's River's Edge
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... it at home I asked what type of cheese they used, the answer being ‘Brie’. OK, a bit unusual for Bruschetta I thought but probably quite nice. I also asked for bacon rather than ham on my eggs benedict, just because I am fussy like that. So the eggs benedict arrived with ham, but bacon on the side, hard poached eggs and hollandaise straight from the bottle, hmmmm. Then the Bruschetta arrived with some sort of basil spread, which was ok, sliced tomatoes and grated ...
... see different views and much to the kids disgust we walked them all. We tried to keep the kids amused by getting them to count the number of steps (which took a while as there were a lot) but in the end it wore pretty thin. I think counting the steps was eventually like rubbing salt on the wound ….. ok kids, not only do you have to walk up and down the steps but you have to count them too!
Our next leg of the drive was on to Killorglin, just outside ...
... Jim and I stop at Quinlan's fish and chips restaurant for some take away ... we saw a huge line yesterday at lunch time winding out of the restaurant so we think it's pretty good. Back at the hostel, we enjoy our fish and chips while the kiddos share some chips and have grilled cheese sandwiches and pasta. After dinner we rest a bit more before heading out for an evening walk around town to check out buildings and monuments.
We have enjoyed our time in Killarney.
... and tea. They really like their pig products. It wasn't world class but it was tasty and filling. I have to say that they really like their coffee strong in Ireland.
Lunch was had at the Guinness Brewery in Arthur's Bar.
- P and Z had several Guinness with lunch and at Gravity (pub/bar at the end of the tour)
- M and C had sodas
- M got a pulled pork sandwich
- P, C, and Z all had Guinness stew
- M didn't want ...
... coaster of badly pot holed road, before we arrived into what is known as "The Burren," or, “Cursed Land,” a monolithic mountain of limestone filled with caverns and tunnels formed by volcanic activity which nothing grows on.
We were treated to a rest stop on the top with a lovely view of the lush greenery and rolling hills below. The scenery was exquisite and the air was fresh and cool, a welcomed relief from the stuffy bus ...