Crystal Springs Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Our day started with a nice breakfast with seating on a balcony overlooking the side streets of Limerick. We needed a hearty breakfast, as this was planned to be the longest travel day of the entire trip, with two coastal drives totaling over 6 hours. On our way to the Dingle Peninsula, we drove through the cozy town of Adare, which is known as " …
We were now heading for Dingle but we stopped first at Killarney where the Muckross House lived. A beautiful farm style mansion/house that had magnificent gardens and lakes surrounding it. We were kind of sick of going and looking inside the houses and seeing a similar thing so we decided instead to take a horsie ride around the estate. It was very cool, until it starting ******* down with rain! We had blankets to keep us warm ...
... information centre and got some great info and the national park which incorporates three great lakes, upper middle and lower lakes. Were hoping to do a lake cruise in the morning before leaving but the weather is fairly bad so it is not a sure thing that the boat will go. We decide we will just drive around the national park see Muckross House, Abbey and Torc waterfalls. A short 10 minutes drive out to the national park which is part of ...
... series of small lakes and then into winding stream-lets, then back out into lakes again - and they were all completely surrounded by these scruffy, hearty-looking mountains, with trees growing about half way up and then sort of falling away to reveal the balding patchy peak. The light had this habit of bending itself just over the top of the mountain and cutting down to us through the mist, so that every time you turned around you'd ...
... be car sick.
We left the airport in a hurry trying to get out of the way of morning traffic. I understand from our Dublin colleagues that they had very little rain over the last 3 months, and that was apparent, the grass was dead and things were surprisingly "non green" on the emerald island.
Our first stop was in the town of Kildare home of the Tully National Stud (for our teenage readers, this is not a town full of ...