Devon Inn Hotel
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... Irish people. I am learning how big the world actually is — physically and mentally — and find myself beginning to question more and develop concise, logical personal morals through learning other perspectives.
This past weekend, I realized how big the world actually is. On Friday (9/26/14), we arrived at our first stop three hours from Maynooth — County Cork. We stopped at ...
Breaky of French toast in a little cafe down the road from our hotel. We are staying in two lovely rooms at the Parkview Hotel, Newtonmountkennedy, 45 mins from Wicklow. Our first stop is at Bray to put our washing in at a laundromat that we found on Google. Then on to Powerscourt Estate and Gardens at Enniskerry. We wandered around the extensive Gardens ...
... some time out in the afternoon to process emails (Tom) and look for more information to use to program the sat nav for the next few days (Ruth) before driving to near Blarney for dinner with Tom's cousin and family. It was a delightful evening of catching up since we last saw them in Cork 3 years ago.
Today we were up with the sparrows as we had a huge day of driving - estimated at 9 hours and sightseeing as well. To add to the pressure we had to book in by 6.30. As no breakfast was supplied with this accommodation we stopped for a coffee and also picked up a couple of scones (no butter) and consumed as we travelled to our first destination, Kylemore Abbey. Unfortunately we had our first major hiccup with Betty, although it really was our fault. ...
... is an extension of the RIng of Kerry that continues further west along the coast. The scenery was still gorgeous in this section of the Irish coast. The roads here made the roads on Valentia seem really wide. On road if we both stuck our hands out of the windows we could touch the hedges that bordered both sides of the road. On this route, we were driving through a tiny village and saw a sigh for a castle (surprise, surprise). We pulled off into the parking lot that was ...