The Old Pier Restaurant and Accommodation
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... sand in the car. Who cares! It’s a rental.
- Actually leaving the house by 12:15 pm…a first!
- Road trip to the Dingle Peninsula and Inch Strand. Awesome beach, a great day of shell collecting, and some pretty fabulous weather. Again, so sorry to buck the stereotype ...
... on us, we gaze out at the Atlantic Ocean and watch the boys' heads bob up and out of sight as they climb over the rocky jetty.
Our Dingle drive is almost over, one last stop: Kilmalkedar Church. The boys weave through the gravestones while Chris and Elizabeth wander the church ruins. So many old headstones, weathered by time and barely visible. We arrive back in Dingle and stop in at Murphy's Ice Cream for a snack. Then we take the Connor Pass out towards Tralee and ...
... next day!! Lynn was a bit crabby, so I pretty much dragged her out to the pubs that night. You'd never think you'd have to DRAG someone out to pubs in DINGLE, ******* IRELAND, but I did. She'll thank me later. Heard great music, had great beer (crean), watched a family take lead on the band and sing crazy well, and headed back to the hostel.
Friday, July 4
We started our glorious American holiday by walking over a mile, in the rain, to do a ropes ...
... tired, we got a great night sleep and were up early the next morning ready to hit the road! First we drove to Blarney Castle and the Blarney Woolen Mills for a quick visit, and then we were off to the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry. The sights were amazing and we loved seeing the sheep and their adorable babies. Once we arrived we had lunch at a small cafe and of course my mom and aunt made friends with ...
... however, stop in McDonald's for drinks and were horrified. Thus far, the people have been the nicest I've ever met, and a group of school children got off a tour bus and went in the McDonalds and were horribly rude! That'll teach us not to go into such an American restaurant (if you can call it that) while in such a gorgeous country! The weather cleared and we had made good time, so decided to go through Connor pass. We drove off the main road (N86 I believe) to the R560 ...