Ard Na Sidhe Country House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... sense of humor, and we have heard many hilarious stories, wish I could remember them all. So , we were treated to an education on the Burren even though it was very windy. Fortunately, we have these things called whisperers that allow the expert to have a headset/microphone that transmits to headsets that we have. Otherwise, we wouldn't have been able to hear him describing the tiny flowers and plants ...
... to enjoy the sunset at Aghadoe Heights; so amazing how the sunset time has changed since we have been here from 9:30pm to 7:00pm. We were freezing up there as usual! Rozzers was great, even without Michael there to greet us in the bar. He is off on a golf outing, so Stephen and Geraldine are holding down the fort. Stephen was able to remember from our last visit where we sat and everything we had ordered...whoa. We went directly to Kate's after dinner, basically to say goodbye for ...
... In the afternoon we walked down to the beach. Absolutely the most expansive beach we have ever seen. Nanny took her shoes off and walked in the water. It made Prospect water feel like Croatia's. But we did see two people go swimming. Papa made a great stirfry for supper and we then adjourned to the living room with a small fire in the fireplace. And so ends our ...
... valley. We paid the 6 euro entrance fee and got the scoop on the hikes there from the guy in the visitors center. We chose the middle loop which would take about 2 hours. We first crossed the stream right in front of the waterfall and then climbed up a road where we could take a detour to a restored famine cottage. Ugh - I would not want to live in a small dark cottage like that, especially with a dirt floor - quite bleak. The trail climbed rather steeply from there and I was wishing that ...
... plank salmon at the cottage.
On Saturday, the weather didn't look all that great again, (and the Skelligs trip was cancelled again) so we decided to make the drive around the Beara peninsula. We were lucky that we hadn't started out too early, because there was a marathon going on and they had only recently reopened the road to Kenmare. It was fun to see all the different runners as they passed us; the girls kept up a running commentary because some of them looked ...