Davitts Kenmare Guesthouse
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... It is a long way to go, so no doubt it is going to be another late one tomorrow night. I think we have a dinner & show on tomorrow night too. A night of Irish Craic! Pronounced crack. We have been having a lot of jokes about that along the way too!
So, with another big day ahead, it is time I mosey on and sort my stuff out.
Until tomorrow... top of the morning to ya!
Love Brooke & Mal
... was not successful and we decided to move on. As we drove on into Kerry, the scenery became more and more spectacular. We entered Killarney National Park and the road became more and more challenging as it wound around the Lakes of Killarney and up into the mountains of Macgillycuddy Reeks. The cycling portion of a huge triathlon sort of event was being held in the National Park. Maneuvering around the cyclists added another degree of difficulty to our drive. ...
... small village of Sneem. With the landscape obscured by mist and rain, we return to the Dingle peninsula and the lovely little village of Dingle. This area with its wild beauty, heritage and ruins and more than a hint of the human condition will not be forgotten. "I think of what the land has undergone And find the luminous events of history Intolerable as staring at the sun." - Brendan ...
... library, drawing room, main hall and billiard room
Second floor through the gentleman's dressing room and the main bedroom.
6x6 bed / sleep upright
Main bathroom, Nursery with Spode wash basins, Exhibition room.
Then through the small bedroom where Queen Victoria stayed, harp and tea set are out.
Queen Victoria's dressing room and main bedroom where a fan is framed
Through the main kitchen scullery
Muckross House is a mansion designed by ...
... process of some restoration and
was another great site to see. The Middleton Distillery was next, which is where they produce Jameson whisky. I think I enjoyed thi tour even more than the Guiness one. The buildings they let us tour were used to produce whisky until 1975, and up until then they used a waterwheel and a steam engine from the 1800s to power the process. I thought that was amazing. They have since switched over production to their new facility now. After that we ...