Darby O'Gill's Country House Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
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... Killarney is a big city - very modern on the outskirts, but then back to the traditional town center. And there are a lot of tourists here! We did a little walking/shopping tour of the many streets of downtown, and then it was time for pub dinner at The Laurels. We thought there would be music, but not that evening. Steve finally got some pizza for dinner....not great pizza but good enough.
Tomorrow we are off to see the Dingle Peninsula.
... After that he was really really drunk and started dancing. That's when visions of Tommy boy started dancing in my head. Tommy dragged me out to the dance floor for a game of "let me see how many ways I can throw my tie around you" and then we decided the night had probably run it's course. Irish Tommy boy have me a smooch and we were off the our B and B. Another glorious day in the books. Killarney was one of my fave spots. Love love love it ...
Last night we all hunkered down in our rooms as gale force winds blew through Dingle. All night long the windows and doors rattled. We survived and At 9 we met our fearless bus driver John who drove us 40 miles north to the beautiful town of Killarney. Fearless is because the roads here can barely accommodate 2 small compact cars much less ...
... and coffee there was a post office across the street. One thing that always amazed me was how clean all these Irish cities are. That's not to say that Minneapolis is filthy, but there is a difference between our tall buildings of dusty rose granite and these bright, bold coats of scarlet and royal blue and kelly green on carved wooden architecture. And despite the rain dripping off everyone's coats, the inside of the post office was spotless, almost glowing. Sometimes ...
... morning ride and the air was fresh as we headed out into the national park for a 45 minute tour through the trees and fauna along the lovely lake. The Irish driver had a thick Gaelic accent and a wonderfully dry sense of humor, which was perfect for the rather cool, wet morning. Some of his jokes were wonderful but some fell flat just like the types of jokes I love. For example: What’s in a honeymoon salad?? Lettuce alone without dressing. Ba dum ...