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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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... or getting it wrong we've just written what we were told. The two governments of north and south still have social resentment of land takeovers from centuries ago, rather than religion. President Clinton worked very hard between both governments to get stability and agreement between all. It is still not wonderful but more peaceful, with Northern Ireland remaining independent, but under rule of Great Britain and they use the pound as currency, while the South ...
... to 1200 AD. The fact that they were so small suggests they were occupied by a single family. They were all made of stone and no mortar was used in building the huts. We stopped at Garraun Point to eat some lunch and take in the view. Then we went to the Museum Chorca Dhuibhne, which was about the people who used to dwell on Blasket Island. The Great Blasket Island is this tiny little island right off the Dingle Peninsula. ...
... to single lane again. We get held up a few times by Fergus Murphy’s twelve cousins, each driving their respective tractors along single lane roads, but at last Tralee is in sight at around 8:00 PM. My companions have once again sworn that “ we won’t do as much tomorrow.” I’ve heard this before, but this time we are staying at Ballyseede Castle. It’s an amazing place, and it’s on dry land, so maybe this time they really mean ...
... the sites of the peninsula. I think we could go down in history as doing this particular tourist drive in the quickest time possible. Not wanting to brave the rain at all we didn’t stop at any of the attractions along the way, but instead opted for the “taking in the view from the comfort of the car” approach. It was stunning coastline with angry seas pushing their waves into the shore on one side and ...
... obviously wrapped in his surroundings and so enthusiastic in his explanation of places, events, and generally the history of Tralee. (designed by Arnold Palmer around 1981 and opened for play 1983) . No one really had to design it, nature did that, they just had to tweak it a bit ...cut the top of a hill here to make a green or smooth out a slope there to create a fairway.
Started well with a par on the first but will leave the full hole by ...