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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... from between 500 B.C. and 300 A.D. are found throughout this area. They are constructed without cement or mortar; just dry stones fitted like a mosaic, stacked high and wide. They have walls 12-feet thick and up to 25-feet high. It is not known just how these ring forts were used. Climbing to the top of an outer wall, it felt perhaps as solid as the day it was ...
Elizabeth and the boys get packed up and the house readied this morning for our imminent departure for our weekend getaway. This weekend we are doing the Ring of Kerry and the Dingle Peninsula.
Chris comes home at 3:30 and we head out. We take a lengthy detour to our destination: Kenmare, so as to drive through scenic East Cork. We mirror the drive Elizabeth took with Genny and David, only this time ...
... tour yesterday, so I definitely could imagine some of what I was seeing. I just wish I could captured some better pictures (be it physical or on camera, mind you) since it will probably a long time until I will be back in Killarney again.
The other regret had to be the fact that this time we were travelling with one of those big coaches as a tour bus. When I got to the station and saw that huge thing, I was rather disappointed :( and since I was one of ...
... and we had actually arrived just in time for the demo!! It was really amazing watching those dogs fly up the mountain and bring the sheep down right into the pen, with only a few commands and whistlers from the trainer. We also watched the shearing, which they do once a year to keep the coat from getting too long and to sell the wool, although our guide estimated that the two coats he just sheared would only be worth 2€. After Kissane we went back into ...
... the ocean, the Dingle Peninsula across the water. And what happens on farms in the Spring? Babies! The farms were filled with baby lambs, baby colts, baby donkeys, baby calves. I pushed aside the sad truth that these sweet faced frolicking baaaaaing critters were destined to be the main ingredient in my shepherd’s pie a few years down the road. The highlights of the trip: 1. Being stuffed silly by my friend’s mom, who was the typical ...