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TravelPod Member ReviewsBenners Hotel Tralee
The room was very tired looking. We overlooked four pubs and the noise of the street during the night made sure we had NO sleep at all. The only good thing about the Hotel was the Wi-Fi.
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... link is for those at all interested http://socialistparty.ie/2013/10/the-ri se-a-fall-of-the-celtic-tiger/.
The cliffs of Kerry, some 500 feet above the ocean are accessed through an enterprising famers land, at €4 each. Spectacular again after a ride over a hot mix goat track. Awesome, and some video footage as well.I have to say at this point, at the risk of putting a hex on us, we are feeling pretty ripped off. The Atlantic is not wild at ...
... M had a coca cola and C had water
... to explore a few more of the scenic drives recommended by our man at breakfast. Finally, everyone is so saturated with beautiful scenery that we need to shut our eyes to stop our brains exploding (not me of course – I’m driving). We turn for home and one hour and twenty five tractors later we’re winding up the drive to Ballyseede. It’s only 5:00 PM. We have about six hours of daylight left. Hmm – what to ...
... Cork,Castletownsend,oh it would have been nice to pull in there and visit ...for a pint.
We were on a mission so it was a non stop trip,the loom from the Fastnet lighthousewas very clear.
Next was Toe Head and the Stags where the Kowloon Bridge sunk many years ago.
Baltimore Harbour beacon beckoned where I spent many an enjoyable week with Glenans on Cavalls and Muskiteers visiting places like Sherkin and Cape Clear,Skull etc.
It was the early hours of ...
... the best sleep I've ever had. Then because it was a holiday (my first St. Stephen's Day, by the way), mum drove us back to town in the evening so we could go to yet more pubs. Everyone was out this night. I haven't done so much squishing and pushing through crowds as I have this night. It was chaotic. I met all the rest of my friend's childhood friends. I guess that's what happens when you grow up in a small town. You know everyone, you maintain ...