Darby O'Gill's Country House Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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We stopped at Charles Fort near Kinsale. Charles Fort is one of the best preserved forts in Ireland. Back on the road headed to Skibbereen and their Heritage Center. Another display about the potato famine. They also have an interesting site near the Abbeystrewry Cemetery where they have mass graves for those buried during the famine. Apparently people were dieing so fast they dispensed with the normal burial procedures ...
... she sees my phone fly out of her front pocket! We stop and the guide picking up the rear gets off her horse and grabs the phone. Thank God none of the horses behind Elizabeth stepped on it. We slowly return to the stables, and as we get off the horse, our legs are stiff. The boys and Jada are jubilant and want to ride again.
We pile into the car and drive into the city center for some lunch and Murphy's Ice Cream. We find a quaint ...
... various paths, people walking through were taking pictures of us riding. I guess ill be in some families vacation scrapbook! haha. It wasn't just your average horseback riding experience. I trotted through the mountains of Ireland! It was a 2 hour ride, and I am definitely sore after it. It was well worth the trip. A big thank you to Auntie Pam for giving this amazing experience to me as a birthday gift! I will never forget it. ...
... tiny (or non-existent) lanes, ridiculous speeds around hairpin turns someone would decide to throw another twist at me. It could be one of those crazy round-abouts ( I was told I drove through them like a madman but I would disagree on that description), a town with two way traffic roads but room for a lane and a half, or worse,the huge tour buses going in the opposite direction driving just slow enough not to break the sound barrier. But we ...
... tourist destination, everyone was so friendly and relaxed. As we were walking I spotted a place called "Pay as You Please", a small restaurant that I had read many glowing reviews about. Their menu is limited and while they have suggested prices next to each item, once you have eaten they bring a tin can to your table and you place whatever you feel the meal was worth in the can. The reviews did not let us town. The food was amazing and our server, as ...