Travel Blogs from Dingle, Ireland

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Family, Derrymore, Ireland travel blog

Family

A travel blog entry by travelingval

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Off in the car with Aunt Kathleen at the helm. Out first stop is Great Aunt Kathleen's for a quick hello. then on the visit the Minogue's in Derrymore, Clare County. We visited with Sean (2 1/2 yrs), Katie (6 months), Thomas (dad) and Joan (mom) Minogue. ...

St Brendan tour, Ventry, Ireland travel blog

St Brendan tour

A travel blog entry by arks-abc

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... ancient ruins, mostly relating to St Brendan the Navigator.  A monk who reportedly sailed from the West coast of Ireland to America in a small Leather hulled boat.  He was also pivotal In establishing many Christian establishments in ...

Dingle Way - Day 5, Kerry, Ireland travel blog

Dingle Way - Day 5

A travel blog entry by alice-patrick

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Dingle to Dunquin. 11.1 Miles (19 km). First views of the Atlantic ...

Day 12, Kerry, Ireland travel blog

Day 12

A travel blog entry by jilltischer

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After breakfast headed off to Derry with a 4 hour drive to Ferry at Kilimer in County Clare Visited The Cliffs of Moher along way. Saw visitors Centre with great movie of the cliffs from a bird's eye view. Then across bay Tarbart in County Kerry. Then ...

DINGLE. tee hee, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

DINGLE. tee hee

A travel blog entry by aeriol

... seeing the sunset on this crazy winding pathway down to the ocean. Looked spectacular. I was beyond excited!!! As we arrive in Dingle the sky looks threatening. Heavy. Rainy. Does this mean we cannot illegally drive into someones field and pitch our tent? ...

bla, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

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A travel blog entry by sebcity

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Cheerio, Cheerio, Cheerio!, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland travel blog

Cheerio, Cheerio, Cheerio!

A travel blog entry by longandshort

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    First day of the Dingle Peninsula actually began in Dublin. We took the long bus ride into the city centre to our rental car place, and about 5 minutes in, two awesome old quintessentially Irish men got on and sat right behind us. They ...

Kenmare to Dingle via Ring of Kerry, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Kenmare to Dingle via Ring of Kerry

A travel blog entry by hurricane4815

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... The Glen, Ballinskelligs, Ireland http://www.skelligschocolate.com Castlewood House (Rick Steves Hotel) The Wood, Dingle, Ireland 52.140797,-10.285589 http://www.castlewooddingle.com Great breakfast with bread pudding and cooked ...

Monday 15th February 2016, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland travel blog

Monday 15th February 2016

A travel blog entry by susitravels

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... asphalted road leading to the pass.  The drive is inadvisable in bad weather, but considered one of the most beautiful of Ireland.  The scenic road leading to the pass weaves its way around the sharp cliff faces and past high corrie lakes. We ...

Dublin to Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dublin to Dingle

A travel blog entry by fletcherclaytor

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We left Dublin in our black Ford Focus around noon. It was the day of the All-Ireland Finals (Cork vs. Meath in Croke Park--Meath would win). It was a sunny day as we listened to Radio Na Gaeltacht and cut across the country through Laois, Tipperary and ...

Quaint Ireland, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Quaint Ireland

A travel blog entry by lavisher

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... SO much nicer! Almost as nice as a B&B, minus the breakfast. We've done most of our own cooking here (as Ireland in not about the food!), even though Dingle has the best food of any place we've visited so far. Next day we toodled about town, ducking in ...

Nighttime: BEST night of the trip!, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Nighttime: BEST night of the trip!

A travel blog entry by bevin

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... 't there on music nights or the music seemed to be created just for tourists.  Well, find one we did in good ol' Dingle!  The evening started with a fabulous meal at John Ashe's Pub.  Two servers/bartenders were run off their feet as many ...

Kinsale to Dingle via Blarney Castle., Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Kinsale to Dingle via Blarney Castle.

A travel blog entry by mausa55

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Well today was another early start as we headed off to the small town of Dingle. on the way we went to Blarney Castle where we got to kiss the Blarney stone (were the first for the day) and then it was on to Killarney for a jaunting horse ride around the ...

Making new friends, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Making new friends

A travel blog entry by carlatrine

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What does one do when there are sunny skies in Ireland? You start the day by riding horseback down the beach on the Dingle Peninsula. We drove about 15 minutes from the hotel to a little horse farm. I made a new friend who goes by the name of Oreo and he ...

Annascaul to Killarney, Annascaul, Ireland travel blog

Annascaul to Killarney

A travel blog entry by edg126

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... the one side it overlooked a ruined famine town, where all the inhabitants either died of left.  It's interesting that Ireland's population of 4.4 million has still not recovered from pre-famine level, which in 1841 was estimated to be 6.5 ...

On the road to Killarney, Inch, Ireland travel blog

On the road to Killarney

A travel blog entry by dsmcc

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... food and drinks outside, our drinks were served in glasses and food was served with silverware and plates. Nothing, in Ireland was served in/on paper or plastic. We took our drinks on our stroll down to the water's edge. We ...

Train ride and Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Train ride and Dingle

A travel blog entry by chuckjeanfl

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... to you the entire time. Dublin is on the east coast. Our destination is Tralee Station, so we are headed thru the interior of Ireland this morning to the southwest coast to join up with others already on a longer tour. On arrival, we loaded our bags in ...

On the road - Day 2, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

On the road - Day 2

A travel blog entry by awehrbar

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... road was so narrow and curvy), I got some amazing views from the top of the pass.  Then after a quick lunch in Dingle, I set out in the trusty Chevy around the tip of the peninsula - stopping every 10 minutes to take some pretty breathtaking photos ...

Ring Around the Kerry, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Ring Around the Kerry

A travel blog entry by slaw

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... 360 degree view. And more sheep!! Finally we headed towards Dingle where we will be spending the next 2 nights!! Apparently the dingle peninsula is even more impressive than the ring if Kerry - and requires less driving. The town itself is quaint and ...

Single in Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Single in Dingle

A travel blog entry by slaw

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... and drive the peninsula. We walked the streets looking for the perfect souvenir and found it in this sweet little art shop called Dingle Artworks. The shop contained many paintings all by the same artist! Jessa and I both bought a piece. I bought two:) ...

Dingle or Bust, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle or Bust

A travel blog entry by oneseanhimself

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... up dad from Terrys house. We then visited Terry and the gang at the Crehans Music Shop and started on our long journey to Dingle. The journey would take us through Limerick where we would stop for lunch and then we continued over Conor Pass into Dingle ...

Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle

A travel blog entry by bellyadventures

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Second day in beautiful Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Second day in beautiful Dingle

A travel blog entry by peter_ginger

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... ; a bottle of Jameson.  So we each took a sip and enjoyed the views, the smells, the sounds and the feel of Ireland once again.  I even brought my pipe and tobacco I picked up in Dublin and enjoyed a small bowl of some tasty Petersons’s ...

Dingle All The Way, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Dingle All The Way

A travel blog entry by esmigiel

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... , one of the sites we really wanted to see was called the Gallarus Observatory built about 1,300 years ago and is one of Ireland's best preserved early-Christian churches. The problem was we only drove past the exit for the church twice. Had we planned ...

Arica...First Leg.Cahersiveen to Ventry., Ventry Co Kerry., Ireland travel blog

Arica...First Leg.Cahersiveen to Ventry.

A travel blog entry by cluainfia

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... in Dingle after that trip,I found my relations graves,my Grandmother's and Uncle and Aunt.  All my father's people came from Dingle and my Grandmother's Grandmother "Maire Ni Shea" came from the Blasket Islands. As we were walking down the ...

The Ring of Kerry, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

The Ring of Kerry

A travel blog entry by tfsnj

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... shops, restaurants, pubs, and trad music venues, and sent us on our way. Remember how we said we didn't mind walking in Ireland's "fine soft rain?" Well, tonight was not like that. We walked into town for dinner when we thought the rain had subsided. ...

The Ring and the Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

The Ring and the Dingle

A travel blog entry by schwinks

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... feel, which is augmented by the fact that the proprietor actually lived in Brookline/Boston for several years before moving back to Ireland. After dropping off our luggage we walked the 10 minutes in to town for sightseeing, shopping, dinner, and music. ...

Kenmare to Dingle, Dingle, Ireland travel blog

Kenmare to Dingle

A travel blog entry by pglbwheeler

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... , the temperate climate of the region allows plant life to thrive which I never expected to see here. We wound our way to Dingle on more narrow, winding roads with breath-taking scenery of the coastline. Unfortunately, we are so stressed with the driving ...

Galway to Dublin to Glasgow, Clonmacnoise, Ireland travel blog

Galway to Dublin to Glasgow

A travel blog entry by banshee

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... Dublin via Clonmacnoise, Ferbane   ~ 135 miles ~ Boarding Aer Lingus 7:30pm Arrival Glasgow 8:10pm Last day in beautiful Ireland! Bright & warm sun adoring the sky this morning, of course, I'm leaving! Visit of a monastic ruins and cemetery ...

Clonmacnoise, Clonmacnoise, Ireland travel blog

Clonmacnoise

A travel blog entry by hackman

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After taking off early in the morning from central Dublin, we made a quick stop at Phoenix Park, and then headed out into the Irish countryside. Our first stop was Clonmacnoise, which is a monastery in County Offaly located on the River ...

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