Kenmare Failte Hostel
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After a short visit at Drombeg, we were back in the van and on our way to Killarney National Park. Along the way we saw so much interesting scenery and experienced a lot more of Ireland's roads. We also stopped in Bantry for lunch, which was nice. Everyone just had a sandwich of some sort and enjoyed a little break from the van.
We enjoyed our visit to Killarney National Park, stopping to take pictures, hike up ...
... 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 ...
... make up for the lack of the night before, but the scenery is so amazing it is hard to sleep.
Anascaul is a tiny town in the Dingle Peninsula. Really what you envision when you imagine a small country irish town. Not much here, but has great views and cute cottages. We just had dinner at the main pub and watched the Euro and listened to live Irish music. I just hate that the live entertainment anywhere never starts before 11pm! ...
... first place.
On the way back, we passed a road that we thought went back to the parking lot. So we started down it. But soon we realized that it wasn’t going to the parking lot at all and had to go back.
We were pretty tired by the time we got back and we were having a hard time deciding what to do next. The weather was improving – we were started to see pieces of blue sky. But the clouds were still covering the mountain tops. So our hike was ...
... we were going.
And so began our driving adventures. First mom forgot to adjust her mirrors, so we had to pull over for that. Then we got completely lost going through Limerick. It’s a pretty big city and unbeknownst to our maps and AutoRoute (a software program I have for mapping drives in Europe), there were two new motorways that had been built. So instead of coming to a roundabout like I thought we would, the road we were on turned into a motorway ...