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... some dinner at the hotel pub. The next morning the weather had brightened up and we cheked out and drove south. We stopped at a cultural village that had a lot of old buildings and a castle that we could walk all through. We stayed at a small town called Kenmare, located near the Ring of Kerry. THe scenery around was very beautiful, but due to the rain and fog we didn't get to appriciate it fully. We started heading ...
... grandmother, Hattie. They were originally Norman invaders, but became "more Irish than the Irish" and ruled a large part of south-west Ireland until they ran afoul of Queen Liz the first. Maurice Fitzgerald, Lord of Desmond, is supposed to haunt Lough Gur. Every 7 years he rides his silver shod horse around the lake to see if it's time for him to come back and rule Ireland again. He also supposedly was ...
... they had a really fun trip and enjoyed the train travel very much. For a change of scenery we went to Aghadoe for champagne Friday. There is a sort of park across the street from the hotel there that has an incredible view of Laune Lake, and the bonus is there are also friendly horses for Laura to hang out with. Did you know that horses are very fond of cocktail peanuts? Dinner that evening was at Sol y Sombra - always fantastic, and I think we have tried every type of tapas they offer now!
Our day began with an obligatory visit to the Waterford Crystal shop and warehouse. Apparently Waterford Crystal went into liquidation during the GFC and all Irish manufacturing ceased. It was partially restored with some distribution now done in Waterford but most manufacturing done in Eastern Europe. Then drove through countryside through ...
... class and each of our students delivered a presentation to the group summarizing her comparison of the 2 educational systems. Very impressive presentations and summaries of our trip.
The entire group met for dinner at the Marina restaurant and from there we proceeded to go to McCarthy's Pub for a night of Irish singing.