Travel Blogs from Dingle
... of Ireland (and Europe!), and experienced winds that in the US would have caused mass evacuations. In Ireland, just another typical day that was blessedly without much rain. We walked through fields of sheep - some spray painted with blue, some with red, and some with both. We puzzled over what the markings might mean, and the kids determined that the red meant they were sun-burned.
Foiled by our attempt to horseback ride on ...
... lots of great advice and stories. She tells all the people hiking the Dingle Way to make sure they soak in a hot tub, directed us to the laundry so we could get our clothes washed, assured us that there was no need to tip in Ireland-only taxi drivers. "Why would you give your hard earned money away?" she said. The next morning after a hearty Irish breakfast and Kathleen insisting we pack the leftovers for lunch, I gave her a giant hug and ...
... spending time... because the room is so delightfully comfortable, why leave? Also, the view from the living room is truly the most beautiful view in Ireland (see my photo of the Irish rainbow- taken from the porch off of the living room.)
Dingle Town, a bustling little town that can be walked within 15 minutes, is the home of lots of shopping, art galleries, pubs with the best Trad music in Ireland, and the freshest seafood you can ...
Day 2: A ascah, Dingle, Killarney
Today we drove from Annascaul to Dingle, a charming gaelic speaking fishing village. We had free time in Dingle to shop and lunch and then it's off on a wonderfully pleasant tour around Slea Head. Loads of ...
... rest for a while and take in the scenery. It was really cold and I did not bring a jacket or many long sleeved shirts. Hopefully I can tough it out without buying a coat.
We were required to attend a welcome dinner. Students made the meal together so that we would have the opportunity to get to know each other. After dinner, because of the time change it was about 9:00 p.m. Because I had not been asleep ...
TripAdvisor Reviews The Mainstay Dingle
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