Brook Lodge Hotel
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We had breakfast at our lodging similar to what we have had before. Off at 8 to Kenmare which is the official beginning (or end depending on which direction you are going) of the Ring of Kerry scenic drive. All tour buses travel Ring of Kerry counter clockwise. We traveled clockwise as suggested by "Rick Steves" tour book. As we traveled west the …
Cloudy and rainy and a little blustery when we woke up this morning, but that doesn't dampen our spirits. Our B&B was a beautiful old house, our room quite a show place and the breakfast room just darling. Well, I haven't uploaded any photos yet but maybe I will have time tomorrow. After a lovely and typical breakfast, we said goodbye to our …
... 1.30pm: Lunch at Sneem (the knot in the ring) at the sensory garden in the cool. Need to wear cooler clothes tomorrow. Photo stop in Killarney National Park overlooking the lakes- wonderful views, 3 fawn and an Irish Piper. Hit a leprechaun on the way down!! Maureen and John, we're thinking of you today as we travel the Ring. Hope you enjoy the photos! Having dine around dinner tonight- could choose 1 of 3 restaurants- ours is Robertinos(Italian) isn't that ...
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Gap of Dunloe:
The Gap of Dunloe (from Irish: Dún Lóich, meaning "Lóich's stronghold", otherwise known as Bearna an Choimín meaning "gap of the common-land") is a narrow mountain pass between Macgillycuddy's Reeks (west) and Purple Mountain (east) in County ...
We browsed through some local shops searching for souvenirs, grabbed lunch which included a massive plate of mussels fresh from the bay, and continued west on Slea Head Drive. Slea Head Drive is one of the most popular scenic routes in the country and follows the coastline along the westernmost tip of the Dingle Peninsula. It seemed as though we were pulling to the side of the narrow roads every 100 feet to take ...