Darby O'Gill's Country House Hotel
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... took us to the top so we got to see a beautiful panoramic view. 3. Rossbeigh Beach: we pull up to this white sandy beach along the green cliffs and it was gorgeous. The second we get out of the car we are hit with forceful winds! It was insane. The winds were blowing the clouds so fast we got bursts of sunshine in between clouds. It was so beautiful! Wish it was warmer so we could've jumped in! 4: Kells Beach and Harbor: we follow a road down ...
... beach. We found some interesting shells that I hope we can get home in one piece.
Back in Killarney we followed the signs to the National Park, where we found Ross Castle (a ruin) and Killarney Lake. It's huge and quite beautiful.
Dinner was a stroll across the street from the hotel at McSweeney's. Tomorrow we are off for Tralee and beyond, ending up in Newmarket on Fergis at Dromoland Castle. Yes, that's right spending Sunday night in a ...
... about Killarney walking and suggested we do the walk up to the summit of Torc Mountain. She said that the walk was described as a very gradual incline that is perfect for beginners and children...sounds good - sign me up! We parked at Torc Waterfall which was exceptionally beautiful from all the overnight rain. Then we started up the endless stone steps...seemed like about a mile of them, going straight up the mountain. At the top of the stairs we came to the junction of the old ...
... playing and dancing were all terrific!! The kids had a great time!!!! I hope you will be able to tell from the pictures!
I’m so sorry to keep it short tonight, but it is late here and we have an early morning breakfast to start our day. We head to the Ring of Kerry. We also have our final performance in St. Mary’s Church. Craig and i went and checked it out today. It looks beautiful!
Hugs and ...
... throughout the day!)
Off to explore the gardens we posed for some family snaps ;) and found a new stone for Josh to reenact his kissing of the Blarney Stone as their camera had died just in time to miss him plant his kiss!
Onwards and outwards we continued onto Killarney for the night. After whipping up a cheap family meal we were off to a comedy show. First though the bus company shouted us all a half pint for being ...