Cliff House Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the Blasket Islands. One island was called the “Drunken Man’s Island” because it appeared as if a large man lay on his back and his belly was sticking out of the water — presumably a man passed out while he is drunk. This has been the content of much of the Irish humor. On the right hand side of the bus (my personal favorite views) you saw countless amounts of farmlands that ...
... ears when we finally got past the hold up; it probably cost us an extra hour of drive time. So anyway, it was mid-afternoon by the time we got to Jameson. The tour there is always nice; Dennis told Chase to volunteer to be a whiskey taster and he was picked, so at the end of the tour he joined the group at the table to try Jameson, a Scotch whiskey, and American whiskey. He was quite dramatic with his thoughtful looks and beard stroking as he tasted and considered the ...
... our stint in the kitchen. I was very happy with my Zucchini bread and Janet's soup was smelling extremely fine by mid afternoon. All this happened in between watching Wimbledon Tennis with Janet's gran and using a nice bottle of Chilean Merlot to smooth things over.
... a map. Been pronouncing it completely wrongly - it's should sound like Ardkanna.
The second place at Killeen was much harder to find and after spending ages driving round in circles and exchanging a few terse word, I asked a woman out walking. According to her it was just up the road, which is was. A second pedestrian stopped us and uttered something completely incomprehensible so now the distant relative will ...
... remnants. The main road around the peninsula took us out to the western most point of the European landmass. We parked for a bit to walk on the beach and catch the surfers, which made me shiver thinking of the water temperature. This was the first bit of land the Lindbergh saw on his Atlantic crossing that ended in Paris. On the back side of the peninsula, we stopped at Gallarus Oratory. It was built about 1,300 years ago and is one of Ireland's best preserved ...