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... be this door that looks like it leads nowhere....well he was right! Scariest thing ever knocking on this random door. When the girl opened it, she welcomed us and took us up the stairs. To our surprise we find this very hidden and very indie style almost coffee shop looking thing. Pillows and couches and candles everywhere. It was full! Has to be a local treasure, because nooooo tourist would ever find it!
:) Great date night for us.
... Guinness, had an amazing number of 21 children. However, only 10 survived into adulthood. His wife was pregnant for 16 years of her life. That's a whole lot of time being pregnant. I had some Guinness beef stew for lunch, I figured this was the most appropriate choice given the day's activities. The tour ended on the 7th floor, which was the Gravity Bar. Here you got a 360 view of the city and a free pint of Guinness. And yes, ...
... who are not used to seeing the sun. It did beat all of the castles in Utah so far. Second full day without rain!!!
After a good long walk back to our home-away-from-home, we are in for the night. We are each still recovering from jet lag. The pub crawls will have to wait for the neighborhood varieties when we finally get out of town to the rural areas.
The road to Allihies was paved with cyclists on a charity ride around the ring of Kerry. It was a long drive ducking and weaving between cyclists and the cars coming the other way on the skinny curvy roads. We stopped at Kenmare where we diverted from the cyclists. There was a Mahony pub, we tried to stop there for lunch, but they didn't serve food. Around Kenmare there was also a ring of stones (ancient something... ) and a mustache bridge (I'm not sure it ...
... with no success and still no service on our phone and another drive through Cloughduv, we follow the GPS unit. We should've done this from the start as we finally get close to the sight.
Genny is the one who finally spies a lonely stone standing in a pasture of brown grass. We assume this must be it, but after two hours one forlorn looking stone in tall grass is a bit of a letdown. It's now 2:10 (we left around noon) and we high tail it home to grab our things and ...