The Earl of Desmond Hotel

Address: Killarney Road, Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Killarney Road, Tralee, is near Tralee Town Park, Nine Daughters Hole, Beal Castle, and Chute Hall Ogham Stones.
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      Limerick-Adare-Ring Of Kerry-Tralee

      A travel blog entry by kellyfayeurope on Aug 16, 2014

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... with the last remaining Earl passing recently with no ancestors. The houses in the town have thatched roofs with the newer ones being lighter in colour. Adare Manor is a significant structure, Adare castle was built in 1200, with the Franciscan friary adjacent. We stopped for a longer period as the coach has a problem with the computerised suspension, which is causing the mud flaps to touch the ground, hence the driver now needs to seek some support, which is ...

      Ring of Dingle

      A travel blog entry by grantgirls on Jun 29, 2013

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... many as 400 hundred of these were in the area.

      We continued around the ring but the fog never cleared and the higher parts it was very heavy. We somehow missed a turn and ended up back in Dingle instead of finishing the ring. By this time people were awake and stores were open. We stopped by the visitor’s center to find out the best way to the old churches we really wanted to see. We then decided to have a real

      Day 11 - Galway to Tralee via Aran Islands

      A travel blog entry by lamondg on Jun 25, 2013

      18 photos

      ... 8221; that we are assured will pass soon. By the time we reach the island, the little shower has indeed passed, so we decide that it would be lovely to take the open horse drawn wagon tour of the sights. I have heard that the islanders speak Gaelic Irish as their first language, and reckon it’s time to show off what I have learned from reading the bilingual signs along the highways. I can see that our man Eaina is quite proud of his horse and decide I ...

      Breathtaking Cliffs / Acantilados Imponentes

      A travel blog entry by journeythrough on Aug 04, 2012

      2 comments, 53 photos

      ... bajo, así que empecé en rocas resbalosas y luego cambió a arena. Mientras caminaba, una mujer con sus 3 perros estaban caminando hacia mi desde la dirección opuesta. Los perros estaban salpicando en el agua y excavando en la arena, y cuando me vieron empezaron correr hacía mi! Suponía que me iban a saltar, pero no esperaba lo que hizo uno. Me saltó directo hacia mi cara y me dio un besote más mojado y baboso del mundo, cubriendo cada centímetro ...

      It's Christmas in Tralee

      A travel blog entry by melepua on Dec 28, 2011

      1 comment

      ... stars. One world, small in this expansive universe. We are more similar than different. A lovely evening.

      I slept in until 12 the next day and relaxed around the house, watching the English Office, until it was time for me to catch the bus back to Limerick. I was very sad to say goodbye to my host family, but they said I could come back any time. I can't be too sad, though, because tomorrow, I am off to London for the New Years! Ciao!