Park Hotel Kenmare
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... take pics. It was funny because we kept running into other Americans doing the same thing. We've met people from all over the US (or the states as everyone refers them to). It has been amazing to see everything with nooooo noise or crowding anywhere. The locals say we came "out of season", but it's been perfect. This is the weather they're used to, and it has been soooooo nice enjoying a vacation not surrounded by other people ...
... green”, attested to by my photos. Heading across a mountain pass (Healy Pass) we weren’t the only ones on the road this time. A large group of German bikers on BMWs surprised some by-standing sheep and us as they passed.
The top of the windy pass road is the dividing line between County Cork and County Kerry. The kindly shopkeeper at ...
... off hypothermia. We also had hot soup and sandwiches, and spent a nice hour drying off a bit. I have a funny "small world" story. There was a young couple on their honeymoon walking the gap that we spent some time talking to. They had just gotten married last Saturday in the chapel at Trinity College. When we had taken the tour of Trinity College last Sunday, there was all kinds of rice and confetti on the ground just outside the door to the chapel, and Joseph told us there ...
... space and the suite is lovely. I really needed this pick-me-up :)
Although it was a bit expensive, we sent a load of washing down to be done for us by tomorrow night. We could have done it in town tomorrow arvo, but didn't know how long, how much, where, cab if raining... I feel really good that it's taken care of and we'll have all clean clothes again - yay!
Dinner was really yum - ate with M & K again - hope they're not getting sick of ...
... sleeping we took turns going to the sight. The air seemed to get a little bit colder out there on my own with that kind of history. The other stop was a stone fortress along the Ring of Kerry which was built without mortar. Its thick circular walls still in tact, it likely served its inhabitants well, protecting them from invaders. Ok, I promise I'll stop gushing about really old rocks ...