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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... t ask for a better home to get settled in. Actually, it’s ‘our Irish house’ as Emily puts it and we had just the best time there.
Eoin, Lizzy and Ciara – not sure whose Lego people and stuffies were left here, but Adah has staked a claim on them! Thank you for understanding – I’m sure you won’t mind. Stephen – I got to use your axe, ...
... we’re at about 6 cups now. Blackberry tarts anyone?
- A traditional Irish meal at the local pub An Bonnán Buí of fish and chips, beef stew with potatoes and carrots, and of course, pints of Guinness.
- Adah waking from the dead after a serious power nap after being asleep from the car to the pub and through dinner. Seriously, the bar man had to ask if she we wanted a cot for ...
... over a couple miles long. After the caves we headed back to the hotel in order to settle in and get some dinner. We stayed in Cahersiveen which was a great location along the route. The hotel served us bread, salad, a main course, coffee/tea, and dessert both nights as well as breakfast and lunch. After dinner on Friday the group of us played some icebreakers in order for all of us to get to know each other since most of us didn't know more than a few people on the ...
... near the seashore, as well as even a huge caravan/camping community. On the way back across to Dingle we took the "high road" which goes over Connor Pass at about 3,000 feet. Those of you in Ouray may think 3,000 feet is not a big deal, but the wind on the top of the pass easily rocked the vehicle, and taking a photo was almost impossible! The road at the pass section is one lane, but goes both ways....as in a lot of ...
... seemed very similar to an Aldi's, in order to save a little coin. We had an hour and a half before we had to meet the group at Dingle pier to leave for a tour of the peninsula so we had to walk at a brisk pace. I had my backpack on and I couldn’t decide whether or not to wear my jacket. As soon as I would make a decision, the weather would change. It took us almost twenty minutes to walk to the grocery from the convent after class was let out.
The grocery ...