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 " …
... on to the town of Killarney. Our driver backed this huge bus off of an extremely narrow and busy street into the hotel area. We could not believe how close he maneuvered to cars parked in the driveway, and yet....nary a scratch on anything!
We were greeted immediately by a group of jaunty carts and drivers which took our tribe into Killarney National Park. Riding in these carts ...
... before we get home.
County Kerry - Stayed in the gorgeous Killarney with one of our fav hosts so far - Toni. We spent the first day exploring Dingle penisular and visiting Fungie the dolphin in his harbour town. He is called fungie after the guy who first befriended him. He couldn't grow a beard you see, only fungie on his chin.
The next day was spent touring the ring of Kerry and taking a horse and cart up to ...
... shop which, unfortunately, doesn't open until next month. I drove through thinking maybe there would be something, but alas there wasn't. After driving through the otherwise unremarkable town I headed for Blarney Castle.
During the reign of Queen Elizabeth I the Queen sought vows of loyalty from Cormac Teige McCarthy, the Lord of Blarney. Every letter the Lord sent to the Queen was full of flattery, but lacked the promise to be loyal ...
Hi all im in Killarny so the last six days have been an amazing adventure of the North. I have 7 days to write about so will list them in chronilogical order. So our first day On Monday December 1st we traveled from Dublin to Derry with a few stops along the way we stopped in famous Drogheda where the head of Oliver Plunket is still in a church right in front of where our bus was parked. I went in to the church and took pictures including a couple of Oliver Plunkets head is. ...