Brook Lodge Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... up of wax. Sitting near to the fires the waxy makeup began to melt. To prevent this, there were screens approximately 12" x 18" mounted on a pole on a stand. The screen could be adjusted up and down to the proper height, so the lady's makeup would not melt. This was where the saying, "saving face" came from! And now you know. Isn't it amazing what valuable information I am learning!
After touring the home, we had coffee, ...
... place right below the window in our hostel kitchen. Convenient.
Nick and I gathered with the rest of the people for our tourand waited to check in. There are 13 people on our tour. 2 are only doing 5 days... not sure how that will work out.
We got onto our shuttle bus, equipped with leather seats and two tables - cool - and got to chatting with our fellow travellers. There are 5 Canadians on our tour. 4 Australians, one or two new zealand ...
... problem, instead of scolding us, the Indonesian man stopped to help me untangle my dress. Haha well my embarrassing moment definitely won some applause ;)
My Where’s Larry book got a little bit of a workout as I took over from Conall in the bus giving a bit of a rundown on the Rock of Cashel, once the seat of King Munster, our first stop for sightseeing. From here we were off to the beautiful Blarney Castle and ...
... and tea. They really like their pig products. It wasn't world class but it was tasty and filling. I have to say that they really like their coffee strong in Ireland.
Lunch was had at the Guinness Brewery in Arthur's Bar.
- P and Z had several Guinness with lunch and at Gravity (pub/bar at the end of the tour)
- M and C had sodas
- M got a pulled pork sandwich
- P, C, and Z all had Guinness stew
- M didn't want ...
Hello all from sunny (at times) Ireland!
Today was a driving day, we left Doolan behind and retraced our tyre tracks back to Lehinch where we had visited yesterday, from there we travelled further down the coast through Milltown Malbay, Quilty, Kilrush ending up in Killimer where we chugged ourselves onto the car ferry between Co. Clare and Co. Kerry, we hopped off at Tarbert and aimed in the ...