The Anvil Bar

Main Street, Boolteens, County Kerry, Ireland | B&B
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Day 7 Dingle

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy

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... were very primitive , no electricity, no shop, church, pub or doctor and a climate that kept them inside their small stone cottages for days on end. Most of the younger people had emigrated to Pennsylvania in America, and the government were forced to relocate the remaining elderly residents. We went to The Blascaod Centre were we watched an audio visual and looked at some displays. It was interesting. This whole area of the western Dingle Peninsular is Gaeltachta or ...

Exploring Dingle Bay

A travel blog entry by britanne

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... to 1200 AD. The fact that they were so small suggests they were occupied by a single family. They were all made of stone and no mortar was used in building the huts. We stopped at Garraun Point to eat some lunch and take in the view. Then we went to the Museum Chorca Dhuibhne, which was about the people who used to dwell on Blasket Island. The Great Blasket Island is this tiny little island right off the Dingle Peninsula. ...

You would have to see this to believe it.

A travel blog entry by erbear85

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... talk funny. We went to dinner at a very small restaurant called An Canteen. It is owned by two young brothers - one is the chef and the other manages the place. At first, we were the only ones in the place, so we received plenty of attention and answered plenty of questions. Don't get me wrong, we asked lots of questions too! The food was delicious and reasonably priced. Another couple from the "States" came in (that's the way they refer to us here - "from the ...

Dingle dangles

A travel blog entry by wnrdog

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... fog. Fortunately, the fog prevented us from seeing the sheer drop offs. There was a light rain, as we coasted into Dingle town. We pulled out the guidebook and started the driving tour. First, we saw a stone pillar left over from the Neolithic Age (4000 BC). It was either a grave marker or a property marker, but looked quite similar to the stone boundary markers I saw in Mongolia. Down the road a ways, we pulled to the side of the drive to look at a Stone Age ring ...

Long day

A travel blog entry by anjilmist

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... got to see what the men wear under their kilts! LOL We also went to Trinity College yesterday and saw the Book of Kells. Unfortunately you can't take pictures in the building. But it's amazing to think that the monks hand- wrote and designed the very intricate pages. http://www.selfcateringmeath.com/images /book-of-kells.jpg. Suggest you take a look. Also went to the Guinness storehouse. It's ...

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This B&B, located on Main Street, Boolteens, is near Eask Tower, Ballykissane Pier, The Basement Museum, and Ceardlann Craft Village.
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