Brandon Hotel

Princes Street, Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Princes Street, Tralee, is near The Aquadome, Kerry the Kingdom, Bin Ban Gallery, and Georgian House Visitor Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Tralee

    The Road to the Wild Atlantic Way

    A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013 on Sep 06, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... but also the many unfinished houses as well. Theres no more money. I had always thought that the problems in Ireland were cause solely by the influx of EU money. Not so. To put things into perspective, Christchurch rebuild is projected to cost $6 Billion. Ireland was receiving investment to the tune of €16-20Bn per year for US companies who were in effect using Ireland as a gateway to the EU, and when the bubble burst they left. No wonder they are ...

    Day 12 - Tralee and Dingle

    A travel blog entry by lamondg on Jun 26, 2013

    14 photos

    ... cyclist because there just wasn’t room to pass. We’re not too stressed on the country lanes where the greatest risk is brushing the sides of the Ford along what we have termed the blessed verges of County Kerry. It’s a slightly different story as we ascend to Conor pass. The road was only a goat track along the side of a steep mountain before Fergus Murphy (who features in earlier stories) decided he needed a ...

    You would have to see this to believe it.

    A travel blog entry by erbear85 on Mar 15, 2013

    24 photos

    ... are so dramatically beautiful as the waves crash against the rocks, and the mountains and the valleys are breathtaking and are dotted with little spring lambs and their mamas. Along the roadsides are furry brown cows and old farmhouses with even older-looking barns. Old men can be seen tending their animals, and walking along the roadside with their tall sticks. Sheep climb on steep, grassy hillsides as they look for more to eat, and Erin loves to see them. ...

    The Great Blasket

    A travel blog entry by monnat07 on May 17, 2012

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... down to twenty, and was composed of a majority of elderly inhabitants. The Island had no electricity and since all the young people had either immigrated to the mainland or the United States, the aged population was having a hard time taking care of themselves. The Irish government provided all those living on Great Blasket with a house and land outside of Dingle. TP pointed out which stone houses were the homes of former Blasket residents. “See that house there.” ...

    It's Christmas in Tralee

    A travel blog entry by melepua on Dec 28, 2011

    1 comment

    ... me, when I told him about how I always end up making random music with people, if this is normal for the Irish or I just happen to find the weird ones. My conclusion. This is quite normal. I've now been in a wide variety of groups, including musicians, university mates, childhood friends, and now families, and they all end the day making music. You wouldn't believe it, but they asked me to sing! Wow, who would have ever thought that would happen? ...