Glocca Morra B&B
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... drove to a small Bishop Shanahan Memorial, quite close to the Church.
After this we drove to the Rock of Cashel. This was the seat of the Irish Kings from the 4th-11th century. We went on a group tour and learned quite a bit. The view from the Rock of Cashel was absolutely stunning!
After the tour we drove back to Killaloe, and arrived at our next place of accommodation. It was the Lakeside Hotel and Leisure Centre, and was one of the ...
... is largest of the three lakes of Killarney. The River Laune flows from the lake into the Dingle Bay. We stayed at the Towers Hotel which is nestled in the very heart of the quaint and beautiful Killarney town, one of our nicest hotels. Killarney is a town in County Kerry, southwestern Ireland. The town is on the northeastern shore of Lough Leane, which is part of Killarney National Park. We had an included dinner tonight - we had a choice of 4 ...
... him some meat which he plucked, feathers and all. The hawks like perches that are round; the other birds like flat astro turf, cuz it's soft and flat (like a cliff--that's about the flat part, not the soft part). There were a couple of other birds including a hybrid of a Periguine and another bird. There were also various different owls one of which was so soft it was amazing Dave only raises his own birds; he doesn't take any from nature. ...
... which is a feat that not everybody at the party accomplished. The best part of the night, though was the music. I asked people to bring their instruments, and they played, and played, and sang (including yours truly), and played until 7am! We tried to dance, too, which ended up in a tangled mess of arms and legs and chairs on the floor in the corner of the room. The night was a success, and my head is still reeling from all the excitement.
As if to launch my party ...
... Limerick’s special events fall on those few gorgeous days. Not Dublin’s though (a few weeks ago my family was on vacation. We stood in sleet and wind to watch car demonstrations. But more on that, later). I giggled as a parade of characters strolled past, some dressed in “fancy dress” as zombies, princesses, clowns, and so on, some parents walking with their wobbly child, some adults, almost everybody in blindingly yellow ...