Cleevaun Country Lodge
Travel Blogs from Dingle
... the Pacific back home. After lunch we head into Dingle and check into our b&b, then we walk into the town. Genny, and sometimes me, look in the little shops. We slowly head to the Dingle Brewery. I'm used to breweries at home where tours are done by a person-free and very knowledgeable. This tour unbeknownst to me was not free, it was 7 Euros but includes a pint, which Genny and Dad don't drink and is self guided with little information- not that ...
The cottages are pretty in pastels of yellow, pink and blue - all beautifully tended and often with flowering gardens.
Antiquities abound from Iron Age stone forts to inscribed stones, early Christian oratories and the most amazing stone beehive huts.
Road signs are invariably in Gaelic - we pass the same place ...
... a rather drunk older Irish woman. It was at this pub that I discovered the most delicious cider by Kopparberg, a Swedish company. The flavor I had was mixed fruit and is smooth and delicious.
Today started out cold and rainy again. We decided to visit Tralee, Dingle and drive the
Slea Head Drive around the Dingle Peninsula. Tralee was a lovely town, we visited a beautiful church, gorgeous rose gardens and the museum. When we reached ...
... were instrumental in helping the local people survive the famine by feeding several hundred people every day. The sisters also started an Industrial school for girls in 1851. It is safe to say this is where my great grandmother learned to sew and tat lace (she supported my grandmother and herself as a seamstress after her husband passed away in America).Through my research I found my great grand parent’s marriage record at ...
The past three day have been spent in the picturesque town of Dingle on the dingle peninsula. Our good weather luck has finaly run out! It was a very rainy drive. We got here on wends from Doolin, with no hiccups on the bus ride over. Yay! Even managed to return those bogus tickets from our last attemp at buses ;) The hostle we chose here, the green street townhouse, was not at all as nice as we had hoped, a bit dingey and a tiny kitchen, and most ...
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