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... pass. This included from time to time the tractors/front end loaders/farm trucks where they were taking up the entire width of the road, so all up an interesting drive. Had many photo opportunities and some of these are attached to this update. Saw the Skellig Islands where they are (apparently) filming some of the next Star ...
... and about half of it, I thought, "I could have driven this." And then we hit the outer part of the peninsula. Oh. My. God. Nope, don't need to drive on a one lane, yet two way, road. On which you may need to pass a full sized coach bus. No, thank you! So, we boarded the bus in Killarney this morning around 10:15, to be driven out to the far western tip of Ireland. Before we even took off, we saw a guy on the bus in a Packers hat. He ...
... Elizabeth can't seem to make it turn on any better. Genny calls the front desk-from Elizabeth's phone because there is no phone in the room-and the attendant states that the water for the showers has been turned off as it's on a timer and will be turned back on around 7am. Oddly enough the sink works because we brush our teeth fine; but if you want a shower you're out of luck. Ireland is definitely different from the States! We just go to bed and plan showers for after 7 am ...
... travel to the Blarney Stone. We already talk a lot, and can influence others easily (for right or wrong), so perhaps missing the opportunity to enhance that skill wasn't all bad.
Bunratty Castle and the folk town that surrounded it were a treat. The place felt more preserved than restored, which provided a far more authentic and antiquated feel. As we entered, we got to explore several cottages that were typical of various types of ...
... was in the middle of gaining independence from England. Nevertheless, after he died in 1938 at the age of 61, the pub has become notorious in the area for walls covered with interesting photos of the expeditions and the Antarctic landscape. No hi-tech micro-fleece or heated boots available back then!
After lunch at the pub we drove the "low road" across the width of the peninsula to a beach/vacation town of Camp. Many ...
Other places to stay in Dingle
Upper John St, Dingle | Hotelfrom $66
- A Must Stay When In Dingle
- Commanding view and enthusiastic host
- Fantastic place to stay
Upper John Street, Dingle | Hotelfrom $107
- Wonderful B&B with fabulous breakfasts
- The best in Dingle
- Rick Steves is dead on
The Wood, Dingle | Hotelfrom $116
Mail Road, Dingle | Hotelfrom $116
An Fheothanach, Dingle | Hotelfrom $105
Dykegate Lane, Dingle | Hotelfrom $92