Grove Lodge Riverside Guest House
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... of teeth amongst the patrons. Turns out Guinness is quite good -- they do say to drink Guinness for strength around these parts -- and I think I'll fancy myself another pint or two. The final highlight of the day to share is when we returned back to our hotel - The Aghadoe Heights Hotel (thumbs up) - we realized across the street there was a small horse farm that overlooked the lake (pictures below). Jen, ever the horse lover, and I walked across to sit on the benches ...
... where the book said, and easily recognizable from the drawing. I was really happy to find it and grabbed some happy pictures. I also spent a moment looking around the site. While the purpose of the Ogham stones is up for debate, and some may be only boundary markers or grave markers, some seem to be placed on pre-existing sacred sites, so it's worth a look around. The valley that this was in is lovely and from where I stood I had a ...
Today was a travel day, where we continued our streak of not being able to get anywhere without either a) getting lost, or b) taking a much longer route. We woke up in Dublin and eventually found the bus station to travel to Killarney via Limerick. The countryside was gorgeous. It's hands-down the most beautiful farmland I've ever seen, with rolling hills, lots of trees, and shrubs or stone walls instead of wooden fences. Even the country roads looked like they came ...
... boasts 52 pubs. It is amazing that a small village like this can sustain that many different pubs.
We continued to travel west, and came to a large pile of peat stacked on the side of the road. Carmel explained that peat was a source of fuel for heat and also cooking of food, and that fire in a home was the focal point. As a result, fire was extremely important. Peat is organic material that has decomposed over hundreds of years. It consists of 45% ...
... locked out. dot had gone back earlier and taken our only key. we tried to throw pebbles at her window (that is harder than it looks, even with boy scout Tom) but nobody came to the window. turned out to be the wrong window. We finally gave in and rang the doorbell and woke up the night person. After breakfast we started our 30 mile drive around the Dingle peninsula. We had hoped to bike part of it. so glad ...