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... hill country.
Bantry is a cute town, about the same size as Macroom. We have lunch at O'Conners Restaurant. Being positioned in a bay, fishing is a major industry and the seafood we have for lunch is incredible; succulent prawns in a garlic butter sauce and amazing seafood chowder. We walk through the town after lunch, checking out some of the shops before driving along the coast making our way to Drombeg Stone Circle.
... in by a shortish stone wall on one side and a very not-shortish wall of ivy and other greenery on the other. The houses here were amazing, too. After emerging from that road, we asked directions from a few people who thought we were crazy (stupid?) Americans. ("You're walking? Um... It's 8 km.") We continued, stopping to admire the mountains (including Torc Mountain) and the gorgeous lake. At one point we ambitiously did what is definitely taller than a ...
... put our new van through its paces! The campsite that we were making for is at Ballylickey, 6 km north of Bantry. We stopped in the town, en route, to decide which restaurant I wanted to book for my Birthday meal. I chose O'Connors, which had a good write-up in the Rough Guide, and we booked the table for 6.15pm to qualify for the Early Bird menu, which was the same as the ordinary menu but a bit cheaper! The Manageress very kindly booked us ...
... were a contributory factor in the financial difficulties suffered by the Herbert family which resulted in the sale of the estate. In 1899 it was bought by Arthur Guinness, 1st Baron Ardilaun who wanted to preserve the dramatic landscape.
It was bought by a wealthy Californian mining magnate William Bowers Bourn, as a wedding gift for his daughter Maud and her husband Arthur Rose Vincent.
Killarney National Park ...
... quite the workout, but very scenic. The Irish are very good at sharing the road with bikers and pedestrians, but it still took some getting used to for us. We also did a traffic circle going the opposite way, so much fun! I must also say I am very proud of my wife for doing such a good job on the bike! We were a little hesitant to rent bikes after our last episode in Slovakia, where we ended up taking our bikes home on a bus, but not this time, Jess made it ...