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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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... and tradesmen, from the towns who live on small block farms. We first saw the water at Dingle Bay that opens out to the Atlantic Ocean. There were a number of small islands within the bay that are inhabited, as they are too difficult to service in winter. A Star Wars film is currently being filmed on one of the islands. Many of the small bays and villages remind me of where Doc Martin was filmed in Cornwall. The mackerel and herring are caught in the bay and ...
... Cobh, which
is a port city in southern Ireland which is most famous for being the
last port the Titanic docked at. We walked around briefly, saw the
cathedral and the waterfront there and then headed to Cork for the
night. Cork was a large town, and fairly busy. We stayed right by a
University, which was quite large. I ran around it this morning and
was surprised by the size of it.
From Cork we headed straight for the
Blarney Castle. It was ...
I initially wasn't going to write anything about this day because it was a travel day that spiraled out of hand. Never in my life did I think that it would take me over 6 hours...yes you heard that currently...6 BLEEDING HOURS...to travel 155 miles (no that isn't a typo). I weighted my options and took, what I viewed, as the most comfortable route from Dingle to Galway. As Dingle has no train station, I bussed to Tralee which has a nice- if limited- ...
... house there,” He said over the bus’s loudspeaker, “there’s a couple living sin.” No one on the bus knew quite how to react. Our guide added helpfully, “He’s living with another man’s wife. That’s what living in sin is.”
The tour was really interesting. Our guide, who goes by TP, told us that the stone houses littered along the winding road were famine houses built in the 1840s. When the Irish people ...
... St in Ennis..where the hotel is located. Even asked a cabbie who gave me a bum steer but what else is new. (who’d ever ask an Irish Cabbie for instructions?)
The hotel was grand. Originally built as a personal residence for a very wealthy individual in the 18th Century (300 years folks) it has changed hands over many centuries, generations and years generally, to end up with its current owners. Over it slife , the hotel has been added to by ...