Cliff House Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... we stopped for lunch and ate amazing seafood. Everything tasted so fresh! The city was composed of lots of small, colorful stores alongside narrow roads that made me feel very welcomed. There was one moment that stood out to me in Dingle. In an ice cream shop, there was a young, 5 year old girl, who was ordering ice cream and the man behind the counter was very patient and courteous toward her. This ...
... at the signal they all just take off down the course. We encouraged Laura to place a 10 euro bet on the fifth race and she had a sure fire method of picking a winner. She picked the horse with the coolest name, and the prettiest jockey silks - Hurricane Ridge. She also scrutinized the bookmakers and picked the lady who was all dressed up for Ladies Day. The race began and Hurricane Ridge was out in the lead right from the beginning, which was not good because generally the ...
... tradition of Champagne Friday and a belated Father's Day, Jessica planned Champagne Friday on the Gap. We drove up the road to where we could hike up to the rock promontory overlooking the first lake and popped the cork!
There had been some talk about all of us riding bikes to Killorglin for dinner but after our hike I thought that an additional 16 mile round trip ride might be a bit much, so we drove to Sol y Sombra for dinner. The tapas there never fail to impress me. It's fun ...
... 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 ...
... bright and early, ate breakfast, and headed to Valentia Island. Unfortunately the weather was pretty ******, but I tried not to let it ruin the entire day.Our first stop on the island was the trans-atlantic cable site which was beautiful, despite the mass amounts of fog. We then headed to the Fogher Cliffs, which is a lookout point on the island, but before this we got a chance to see baby cows on a farm near Fogher and took mass amounts of pictures of them. After ...