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... we wouldn't have clubs right now. Our first taste of the famous Irish hospitality.
Our room could not look more quintessentially UK. More importantly, there is, finally, a single queen bed, plus another single.
We have been informed by our "ex-pat" friend that we will be visiting shortly about the Irish football finals occurring while we are here, tomorrow. Irish football is not soccer. It is a sport exclusive to Ireland, and it ...
... considerable importance to Bronze Age people. The park has many archaeological features, including a well preserved stone circle at Lissivigeen. The woods in the park have been disturbed and cleared at different periods since the Iron Age. This has caused a gradual decline in ...
... the woods and valleys until we ran into our sheep friends in the middle of the road. Stacie proceeded with caution as we excitedly talked to them through the window. We laughed because this was something we talked about and had expected from the day we booked our trip. Ironically this probably would have never happened if the GPS hadn't taken us on this crazy road. Killarney, we heard, is an "American town". First stop Killarney National Park. We ...
... According to Wikipedia (and our jaunting car driver): Muckross House is a mansion designed by the Scottish architect, William Burn, built in 1843 for Henry Arthur Herbert and his wife, the watercolouristMary Balfour Herbert. With sixty-five rooms, it was built in the Tudor style. Extensive improvements were undertaken in the 1850s in preparation for the visit of Queen Victoria in 1861. It is said that these improvements for the ...
... get. Moll's Gap is misty and Ladies view beautiful. The wind blows drop onto the camera lens and I have to clean and dry it constantly.
In Killarney we find a 24 hour Tesco and we enjoy exploring what is on offer in Ireland. I find shopping in foreign countries a real treat - as a rule I avoid shops at all ...