O'Donnabhain's Guesthouse B&B & Townhouses
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TravelPod Member ReviewsO'Donnabhain's Guesthouse B&B & Townhouses Kenmare
Great pub - good food and atmosphere. No problems in getting a room.
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We were up early and had a walk around Dungarvan before breakfast and then headed towards Blarney. Stopped on the way at the next coastal town of Youghal for a quick look, and this was a beautiful little town with a wonderful main street of little shops and pubs. The clock tower in the town was built in 1777. Back on the road then to Blarney where …
... road up very steep hills. At a couple of points, the driver had us get out and walk because the mountains were too steep for the horse to handle. The scenery was awesome. In fact we struggle to find enough adjectives to adequately describe the splendor of the sights before us. The weather was cold and windy in the mountain passes. The clouds and mist shrouded the peaks. The mountains were green and black and even purple. Wild goats and deer and lots of ...
... br> This is the stupid moment where I looked at them, the milk and the salad and legit asked if you added the milk to the end of the salad!
Well maybe it was a thing in Holland!
Looking back I can laugh, shake my head and think what a dingbat I was!
They found it hilarious, and when we had dessert, they asked if I wanted milk.
And with the herbal tea.
I will forever be known to them as the Aussie girl who thinks milk goes in salad.
... bit puzzled and I replied that I actually was the 'Swiss girl' and that Julia was the German girl. She then blinked at me and told me that she'd had me 'firmly placed in the US'. So yeah, pretty cool^^
Oh, I forgot to mention the thing that was especially awesome about sitting all the way in the front. See, the streets in the Ring of Kerry are horribly narrow and sometimes they're in a really, really bad shape. So it kinda felt like an adventurous ...
... to admit that we visited Kerry and spent the whole day in our B&B. The rain continued, now coupled with patches of fog that completely obscured what scenery we could make out through the mist. Following Rick Steves, who obviously had visited in better times, we found our way to the posh 19th-century Parknasilla Hotel, where the likes of George Bernard Shaw and Princess Grace and Bill Clinton have hung out in their time, and ...