Ballyroe Heights Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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... everyone was on board! It was great to see everyone having conversations, laughing together, and never once checking their phones. Tomorrow we are going around the Ring of Kerry, which is noted for it's stunning scenery. The forecast is calling for mostly cloudy in the mid 60s, but we are hoping for a few clear moments to fully take advantage of the region's beauty. Good night! ...
... whose mother was the goddess Aine. When he turned himself into a raven and got stuck, she turned him back into a man, but he had to stay under the lake forever after. Two stories, same guy. He was a real person that had legends Gore up about him. So cool. I looked for him, but all I saw were horse droppings; guess I missed him by a night! I bought a book on the folklore of the place; we'll see what ...
... around it, also in the rain, there was Desmond Castle to visit. Not an especially large castle or strategically positioned, it served a military purpose and has been a prison. It now houses a museum that tells of the history of wine in Ireland and how the Irish have become major participant in the wine industry in both France and Spain and to a lesser degree in Italy and California. It dates from the late 1500’s.
Outside the town were once two ...
This week at St Mary's Sunday mass we had two surprises: there was a casket in church for a funeral mass (at the conclusion of mass, the casket was carried out the traditional way- on the pallbearers shoulders) and we had a surprise visitor at mass, Dr John Petillo, president of Sacred Heart, had joined our trip. Our students were excited to talk with him about our trip.
Tom and I arrived at Dromoland Castle just out of Shannon, IR in the late afternoon on May 19th. Originally built in the 5th century, the castle is now a luxury 5-star hotel. But before it got it's hotel start, the castle was the ancestral home of one of the few families of Gaelic Royalty; direct descendants of Brian Boru, the High King of Ireland. The O'Brian descendants owned the castle until 1963 and it is now owned by a ...