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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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The bus drove us on Slay Head Drive, which is a scenic route on the edge of Dingle Bay. It was frightening seeing how close the bus was to the edge of the cliffs; especially because we were on narrow, winding roads! It was a very memorable drive, mostly because on the left side, all you could see was the vivid blue water extending for thousands of miles and faint, dark shadows of distant ...
The clouds are grey, but there's no rain. The Dingle Peninsula looks ominous and more forbidding and rugged with this weather. It's eerie seeing the abandoned and derelict stone houses, overgrown pastures under this dark and gloomy sky. The Famine Cottages are still not open despite being past their opening time. Adam marvels at the ingenuity of the Irish people as we tour the Beehive Huts. The wind blows an Artic breeze that makes our hands and faces icy and ...
... it in passing, and thank goodness we did! We ended up in Tralee library where we finally found someone enthusiastic and helpful who caught the scent of the chase and was off! After about three hours and nearly giving up several times we found the record I had been looking for that tied up all the family names I had. The marriage of Michael and Eliza - wait for it Mum and Debbie - Loghnane with the mention of both his father Denis and her father Timothy Sullivan. It was amazing ...
... br> As it turned out we were in the right spot, after asking a man walking along the street, so we drove back and Ro went and investigated for us. Well, we were using an old info book so he actually was closed and no longer did workshops with people. Disappointing at first but he was happy for us to see what was happening today. So we were shown how they shape the slate and file off the edges. There was slate everywhere, it really was just their workspace at the front of his home that ...
... time I only fell a little and just got my shin muddy. The second time though....hahha. So one of the leaders jumped across this gap. It was kind of a big gap and since I was right behind him I had to jump it too. He was all like "I'll catch you!" and I was like "****." So I went ahead and jumped, even though I probably shouldn't have. I made it! But right when my feet hit the muddy ground on the other side, they slip right ...