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Just wanted to add to this morning. the Shanty Pub was so funny, there was a 1974 calendar on the wall and I asked Siobhan the owner why she has a 1974 calendar on the wall and she said because she liked the picture, tru story...I laughed so much.
we have been for the ride through the national park and then took a boat ride across the three lakes, the top lake, the middle lake and the bottom lake. When we were getting into the boat, the guy was helping me ...
... hopping and spending money was so tiring?! I got some great stuff and finally..finally...found somethings for myself. I even wondered into St. Mary's and took a look at some of the most beautiful stained glass I have ever seen (see included pictures). The wind is really starting to kick. I should probably run out and get some food and turn on the radiator in my room. Until ...
My last two days on the Paddy's Palace Tour were busy, busy, busy. I started out the day on a horse and carriage ride through Killarney National Park, which wasn't as large as I imagined (somehow, "national park" brings about a mental picture of some grand, space of nature. While the park was charming and had an almost mysterious atmosphere with the fog that covered the ground, it wasn't really big. That being said, it ...
... trailer at some point during the day. Earlier in the day, he'd had to have a repair made to the assisted breaking mechanism and we hoped the ramp may have come off at the shop and would call in the morning to check on it.
After some dinner and hot coffee we moved on to start the Ring of Dingle. Early in the route, we started up a mountain over Conor Pass and noticed fog or low hanging clouds beginning to envelop us and before we knew it we ...
... here are statues and a cross dedicated to the memory of all the people who were
lost at sea. Do any of you remember the
film "Ryan’s Daughter" with Robert Mitchum?
We stopped at the beach where it was filmed. It took 7 years to film the movie including
building the village and a road to the beach and the actual filming. Eventually the village was knocked down
because it was built on commonage and the people ...
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