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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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It was another very damp morning when we visited Cork and I was commanded to wait in the car. I am not at my best when soggy and I was threatened with being 'binned' if I got in such a state. So off my humans went. We had parked in a Park and Ride, very good idea these are, except of course if you are the stuffed toy left in the hot car all day. So off into town on the bus went D and L. They say they walked miles around the town and got quite ...
... and woo-ing Tom each time he caught wave. I sat up on a rock taking photos and enjoying the view. It was a beautiful afternoon :) Our hostel was the busiest hostel we have been to so far. We met a lovely brazilian guy and Australian girl and it had a very happy vibe.
Killarney and Killarney National Park:
Staying in Killarney town really felt like we were in typical Ireland. As usual the first thing we did is go to a tackle store so Tom could have a look at the ...
... this afternoon. Yumm. made with local dairy. Forgot to take our usual picture. found a cheese shop and bought some local cheese for tomorrow, after careful sampling, of course. I am loving the white Irish soda bread. everybody else is loving the brown soda bread..ick. Met up with the Ashes for dinner and compared notes, It was great to see everyone. Paul is loving the Budweiser here. Better than at home. he ...
Over our 'half full Irish' -true - we glanced out of the breakfast room window to see the Barrow flowing brown and swift and lapping at the road alongside, locals tending their narrow boat moorings and our little car fearing for its life parked right outside at near water level. So off we went thanking our lucky stars, and soon found our way through Mallow en route to Kilkenny blocked, as the river had broached its banks in several places and was flowing over the ...
... for the chocolate sauce. I like Nutella, but not when it sort of hardens. These profiteroles get about a 5 on scale of 1 to 10.
Back in the room doing sink laundry and packing up a bit for departure tomorrow. My little bathroom is festooned with underwear and socks, which will probably scare the bejeezus out of me if I need to go in the middle of the night.
At least if my “poltergeist” comes back tonight, I'll know what it is.
(Just realized that today is ...