Travel Blogs from Tralee, Ireland

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Tra la la la lee, Tralee, Ireland travel blog

Tra la la la lee

A travel blog entry by kiemce

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... the plug on my thong, which gave it just enough extra width to put a stop to it continually slipping through. I returned to Tralee as the downpour continued, then took refuge at the cinema for a 5.50 euro screening of Pirates of the Caribbean 2. Was ...

Rose of Tralee..., Tralee, Ireland travel blog

Rose of Tralee...

A travel blog entry by paulandhannah

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Day 5 - Co: COR & KER, Tralee, Ireland travel blog

Day 5 - Co: COR & KER

A travel blog entry by neason

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... down the road in clonakilty for brunch. our plan for the day was to drive all along the coast, to the most southern point of ireland and then up to a town near limerick. because of the late start and long breakfast break we didn't have time and it wasn't ...

Ireland, continued, Tralee, Ireland travel blog

Ireland, continued

A travel blog entry by samserpico

    Sunday, December 19. The train ride to Carrie (Kerry?) was beautiful. The mountains, the countryside, the dusting of snow on the ground. Beautiful. We got to Carrie at 4pm and we were picked up by Kara's cousin Maria, who is ...

Water, Water Everywhere, Tralee, Ireland travel blog

Water, Water Everywhere

A travel blog entry by efrohoff

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... the boys have been eagerly anticipating. Turns out to be a good day indoors. Rain pelts the car on the way to Tralee. Aquadome is a large round building. The pictures online make it look much bigger. When a Californian thinks of water parks one imagines ...

Limerick-Adare-Ring Of Kerry-Tralee, Tralee, Ireland travel blog

Limerick-Adare-Ring Of Kerry-Tralee

A travel blog entry by kellyfayeurope

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... between both governments to get stability and agreement between all. It is still not wonderful but more peaceful, with Northern Ireland remaining independent, but under rule of Great Britain and they use the pound as currency, while the South uses ...

The agony of setting off with a wee hangover, Tralee and Camp, Ireland travel blog

The agony of setting off with a wee hangover

A travel blog entry by dosqueen

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Woke up before seven feeling mediocre due to the alcohol consumption of the night before and after a hearty breakfast served by our hostess, Mary, we started our hike. The weather was decent, albeit quite cloudy, but it improved throughout the day. We ...

Tralee, Tralee, Ireland travel blog

Tralee

A travel blog entry by nutsjunior

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It's Christmas in Tralee, Tralee, Ireland travel blog

It's Christmas in Tralee

A travel blog entry by melepua

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... , I really felt it now.  Thankfully I brought them those cookies! They gave me pretty ornaments so I could remember my Christmas in Ireland, warm PJs and fuzzy socks to help me cope with the Irish winter, and soaps. My housemate gave me a gift, ...

Tralee, Tralee, Ireland travel blog

Tralee

A travel blog entry by nutsjunior

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The Emerald Isle, Tralee, Ireland travel blog

The Emerald Isle

A travel blog entry by perigranati

... a girl dressed identically but wearing a white bridal veil.  Must be the Irish version of the Pied Piper. So by train to Tralee.  Glad I've got my book.  Why are there so many green fields, but so few animals?  Is it because if ...

Rose of Tralee, Tralee, Ireland travel blog

Rose of Tralee

A travel blog entry by bsuarez

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... and Siamsa Tire - the aquatic centre and the cultural dance theatre. It's also the home to the famous beauty "contest" Rose of Tralee where Irish girls from all over the world compete to represent their home towns in the central contest held in ...

Slieve Mish. Amazing., Tralee, Ireland travel blog

Slieve Mish. Amazing.

A travel blog entry by ckaczma

More to come soon, sorry for the ...

How the heck do you pronounce

How the heck do you pronounce "Tralee" anyway?

A travel blog entry by dosqueen

... good time and were at first dismayed to see how utterly dead the pubs were. Granted it was only about 7 PM but HEY! This was Ireland, wasn't it?! In fact, the only place doing a fair bit of business at that time was Willie Darcy's so we sat ourselves down ...

A friendly abduction, Tralee, Ireland travel blog

A friendly abduction

A travel blog entry by lisaajane

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... ; And then I got abducted. No, MUM CHILL OUT! I got asked if I would like to go with them over Conner Pass and to Tralee! Yes please :) So I did. I spent my afternoon with Heather and David looking out over places she had been ten years before! (And still ...

Paddy Wagon Day II, Tralee, Ireland travel blog

Paddy Wagon Day II

A travel blog entry by tmarooch

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... cloudy sky may actually have enhanced the view of the landscape we passed through. As we passed through the little town of Tralee, Joe told us the story of Tralee's claim to fame. Apparently there is an international pageant there called "The Rose ...

Ring of Kerry - Day 3, Tralee, Ireland travel blog

Ring of Kerry - Day 3

A travel blog entry by t.bird

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... playing. The Irish a very friendly people, too friendly, as a result I didn't make it home until 2am. So my one night in Tralee has now turned into two nights. There is no way I am driving anywhere today! After breakfast I rebooked my room then went back ...

Rain, rain go away..., Tralee, Ireland travel blog

Rain, rain go away...

A travel blog entry by jasonpvaughn

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Well today was wet and cold and wet it has rained all day from start to finish and apparently is going to rain until Sunday... We drove until we found an Irish cafe called the matchmaker inn it was kind of cute and the food was good although I've ...

Awesome :), Tralee, Ireland travel blog

Awesome :)

A travel blog entry by jasonpvaughn

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... find the Oratory which was in the middle of no where. The Oratory is apparently the oldest best kept church in all of Ireland. It's just a little one room building with stones that gradually make their way from the floor into the celing. There is a ...

The Rose of Tralee, Tralee, Ireland travel blog

The Rose of Tralee

A travel blog entry by yackandandah

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... through some amazing country today. Truly spectacular. Green like you have never seen it and the rock walls through this part of Ireland are a wonder. I gather the early settlers must have cleared the land of rocks and built their fences at the same time. ...

Longest day yet...  We went everywhere..., Tralee, Ireland travel blog

Longest day yet... We went everywhere...

A travel blog entry by jasonpvaughn

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Today we woke up to sunshine the first bit of sun we've seen since leaving Dublin. We had breakfast at our hotel and then left for some castles just on the other side of Limerick. On the way we stopped and snapped pictures of an old church tower in a ...

Tralee, Tralee, Ireland travel blog

Tralee

A travel blog entry by thehills

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Saw a famous windmill from the road, stopped and got coffee and petrol. Tiny cars don't require much filling up!  Send a Toyota Yaris when we return, becuase the US doesn't sell the Nissan Micra we're so happy in now.  Petrol did cost ...

Today was the Last Full Day in Ireland, Tralee, Ireland travel blog

Today was the Last Full Day in Ireland

A travel blog entry by jasonpvaughn

... ; We had dinner at a pub in a town outside of Killarney, and began the 70km windy journey home. The past few days in Ireland have been amazing.  The view from Conor's Pass at the waterfall quite simply makes me want to move here.  I'm convinced ...

The Rose of Tralee, Tralee, Ireland travel blog

The Rose of Tralee

A travel blog entry by cadkinsca

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Look, up in the air, it's a song, it's a beauty pageant, it's the Rose of Tralee! Once I decided to come to Ireland I looked for festivals and found this: "The 2006 Rose of Tralee International Festival promises to be five days of fun, spectacle & ...

From the Burren to Tralee, Tralee, Ireland travel blog

From the Burren to Tralee

A travel blog entry by pedeu

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... of karstic limestone, the largest area of such in western Europe. And then, the Cliffs of Moher. The Cliffs are one of Ireland's attractions and were on our list from the start. Well, when we got there, the Cliffs of Moher were missing. The rain ...

Dublin to Tralee..., Tralee, Ireland travel blog

Dublin to Tralee...

A travel blog entry by jasonpvaughn

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... to back track through farm lands and roads with free range sheep in them to go find it. One of the strange things about Ireland is if they need to resurface the motorway they will just close large chunks of it without warning or detours which lead us to ...

Quick Lunch stop in Tralee, Tralee, Ireland travel blog

Quick Lunch stop in Tralee

A travel blog entry by spritzos

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 We wound our way down from Conor Pass and stopped in Tralee, the seat of County Kerry.  It was a bustling little city.  We were lucky enough to find our way to a hotel downtown which our tour guidebook had recommended for lunch.  ...

-Tralee-Dingle-Killarney, Tralee-Dingle-Killarney, Ireland travel blog

-Tralee-Dingle-Killarney

A travel blog entry by jen75

Took a scenic drive around the ring of Kerry, looked out for Fungie the Dolphin but didn't see him. Played the piano in a bar and ate some lovely ...

South Africa vs Australia in Tralee, Tralee, Ireland travel blog

South Africa vs Australia in Tralee

A travel blog entry by lindstrom

... nbsp; South Africa were playing a trinations game against Australia so we decided to find a pub and watch the rugby.  In Tralee we found a spot showing the game.  Australia won,  baaaaa. A couple more Guinesses and then off to ...

01 Tenererife 2008 II, Tralee, Ireland travel blog

01 Tenererife 2008 II

A travel blog entry by thirddway

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