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... and proceeded to Limerick for lunch via Banratty Castle. Our destination being Kenmare - another gorgeous little village, and it was nearly 6pm before we arrived. The scenery changed from rock walls to walls made of shrubs and bushes. But a fascinating drive nonetheless. Tim, being unwell, was irritated by our GPS choosing to take us on the scenic route as opposed to the freeway ...
... s Midsummer Nights Dream. Glenbiegh Horseshoe is a glacier moraine of boulders. Ryan's Daughter was filmed here near Dingle Bay and starred John Mills, Robert Mitchum, and Sarah Miles. Charles Lindbergh flew over Dingle Bay on his transatlantic flight. Daniel O'Connor Church is the only roman Catholic church not named for a saint. He was a legislator who passed the Catholic Emancipation Act so it wasn't illegal to be a Catholic in Ireland anymore. ...
... one day in Ireland I am hoping I last the distance!!
The days tend to start out with misty rain, is so beautiful driving along and seeing the countryside bathed in misty rain, photos don't do it justice.
visited blarney castle, there was no way I was going to kiss the stone, did not look inviting at all. Been through county Wexford, new Ross,Waterford, cork and now in Killarney(cill ...
... so it's really busy. We eventually got parked but we got stuck down an unmarked one way street that I had to back out of and I thought I might explode. It was really scary. Also, shakes was sick most of the morning. Big bad combo of events but basically she's just had a milkshake all day, which oddly enough made her feel better so we'll probably go get some grub soon. The drive over here was really pretty. Then we ...
... session. The music sounded awesome, but there wasn’t a seat or bar stool available. So we went to look elsewhere, that also had some music going. It was our third night in Ireland, and we still hadn’t been to see any music!
We ended up at a place called Davitt’s. The music was just two people, and one of them was on a harp half the time. A few of the tunes were pretty good, but it really wasn’t that great compared to McCarthey’s. The food ...