Edencrest Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... believed that the area had a settlement. It's fascinating looking at these stones and imagining the lives of its inhabitants.
We make our way home. As soon as we arrive the boys get in the bath, and Elizabeth starts a load of laundry. She fills the washer and starts it, but a few minutes later the washer is beeping at her. Elizabeth restarts it and again it's beeping a few minutes later. She ignores it and starts on the dishes from ...
... The bus ride was about an hour and a half and the sights were absolutely stunning.I tried taking some pictures, but with the bus moving so fast they didn't come out very well.
When we arrived in Bantry at last, Amy(our host) was there to greet us right away! She is a fellow American from Iowa. She now lives in Ireland with her Irish husband, Rob, who she met while she was studying abroad at UCC in 2010. They are now married and expecting a baby in about 6 months!! ...
... strong Irish coffee! Paul has done an amazing job , strimming tracks in a nearby young forest and also down by the rive. Today he concentrated his time around the house and Christine was very pleased with the result. A short comment tonight as battery on commuter runing ...
... of grass. Along the way, we stopped at the Corcomroe Abbey. For being about 1,000 years old, I was amazing at the craftsmanship. The builder was very particular about the craftsmanship as well-he had all the workers who built the Abbey killed, out of fear they would build another abbey using the same techniques they employed at Corcomroe. Boy, was he tough...
"Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. ...
... Americans knew of the disaster so we were educated as well as humbled by the experience. The anniversary was nearing and people were out tidying the site and putting out new bedding plants.
We called in at Cronin's Forge where they have some nice iron pieces but nothing suited our fancy so on to Durrus to the charity shop where I bought some paperbacks (for one euro each even if the stories aren't any good it's a nice cheap souvenir and helps ...