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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... there is no room to pass. But the views are worth it. In fact today has probably been the most spectacular with Bantry House and then the magnificent Atlantic and mountain views. Found the B&B easily and I am here for 2 nights. Had dinner at the local pub which was very nice but disconcerting when the publican obviously has Asian parentage but speaks with a heavy Irish accent! Pretty tired tonight as the drive today was full of narrow winding roads and I covered a long ...
... a month and a half has not been long enough to develop an accent.
We are in luck, because the drummer's sister is an Irish Dancing Champion and asks to do some dancing. Even though she's barefooted it's wonderful watching her prance around the pub high kicking and twirling. Kaeleb, who ate all of his dinner plus several orders of chips asks for more chips! We suggest a cheeseburger instead hoping more protein will keep him full. By the end of the night Kaeleb ...
Back in the car and we were driving along a stretch of road, one cars width and with a cliff edge on one side. It was a nervous stretch, particularly as I was driving. We stopped in the town of Cahersiveen and went to a shop called Gallery one which sold local crafts from the area. The kids particularly liked some little people made by a lady called Carol Turner. They each chose a couple and we were soon back in the car driving to our next stop Valentia Island.
... about30mins which wasn't bad for middle of the day. You wind your way up a narrow stone staircase that is five stories high. We ended up purchasing the token tourist photo of kissing the stone, had to be done.We only had time for a whirlwind tour through Cork as we needed to be at the airport. A highlight of the trip was seeing real life Gypsies at the airport two mothers and two daughters. They were on our plane and we followed ...
... vacuum than a stage, plastic chairs, and a lot of fussy movement. The musicians were amplified, but the sounds system was tinny, so they sounded like they were way off in the distance playing into a tube. I wanted my buddy from the states to hear good music, too, so we left, knowing we would find better sounding music in the pubs.
It took us a while to get into the pub because I smelled baking and had to find the source, but finally I went in ...