Ard Na Sidhe Country House
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... B tonight was a farmhouse out of town so we stopped in the centre of Killarney to find something to eat. We ended up in Murphy's Bar for some "pub grub" which was very nice. Dad had Irish Stew and a pint of Guiness. Jessamy has the best lasagne so far on this trip.
We go a bit lost on the way to the Glebe Farmhouse B&B but this was quickly sorted out with a phone call. The B&B is very quaint and we were well looked after by the kindly elderly ...
... it stayed up long enough for us to see it. I have to tell you, this has got to be one of the most beautiful places on earth. It really spoke to my soul. Storm Beach is covered in boulders that are rounded from rolling about in the sea. There are cliffs opposite the castle. A small stream runs right at the foot of the castle and right into the ocean. When we arrived we were the only ones there. ...
... 160;Lots of free range sheep roaming along the roads. The sheep are marked with various colored paint, so the owners can identify their sheep. There are red, blue, green, yellow and combinations of colors. When we returned to our road we decided to go on to Kenmare for dinner. I think we may have taken a lesser road, since there was grass growing in the middle. Good dinner, some good Irish music and home. ...
... narrow and serpentine road from one side of the peninsula back to the other; it was just amazing. Through the Black Valley was our route home, and since we still had a little bit of wine leftover from our picnic we stopped at the top of the gap for a little nip. The only problem was that the wind was practically knocking us off our feet, so we drove farther down by the barracks to finish it off in the sunshine. We had another fabulous dinner at the cottage of lamb chops, ...
... destination and once people drive 3 hours from Dublin, they will (of course) pay the fee. But the Blarney castle is soooo much more than the stone. Side note: We saw ruins of these “castles” all along the country side. They are actually fortified houses, ie big rectangular stone buildings that a rich family lives in with their servants. Seems like Ireland was a pretty rough place back then. After touring Blarney castle life looks dark ...