The Earl of Desmond Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Banquet room
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Okay, so the weather is getting to be a little ridiculous. Sunny and nice, a perfect day for a road trip to the Dingle Peninsula and Inch Strand. A huge sprawling beach that you actually drive on to. I had to chuckle as we drove into the beach at the site of the 'Surf Lessons Here' signs. Surfing the Irish North Atlantic ...
... for a walk. All these dogs we keep seeing makes me miss Cotton so much. I wish he could have come with me, but I’m sure he would have been stuck in quarantine for most of the time!
We decide not to push it too much and my legs are definitely feeling it by the time we get back. We check in at the spa and we start with lunch. It is a limited menu for the spa special, but several things look great. ...
... Brandon Voyage'
Irish Christian brothers
J --> S Sean is John
K --> C Seamus is Charles
Siobhan is Joan
Fadr = accent mark
Beehive huts from around 2000 B.C.
Carbling / corbled - bent roofs
Beehive huts or Clocháns are dry-stone buildings dating from c.2000 BC. They are usually round in shape, but rectangular huts are known as well. What gives these huts their distinctive appearance is ...
Just wanted to add to the best view of Ireland (fog permitting), the postal truck turned up whilst we were there and Gary, fellow traveller, got chatting to him, he noticed that the van only had one seat, so Gary asked him why, the guy told him that seeing as he didn't have any friends the post master decided to take the seat out, and anyway he said I drive too fast and no one will come with me...tru story...
Does anyone know what town Geraldine OConnor comes from, I am in the ...
... Herbert in 1883. With sixty-five rooms and about as many bells to call the servants it is an impressive place to visit. They had 25 fireplaces and 22 servants! Queen Victoria visited the house for a period of 3 days - she let them know about the visit 6 years in advance and they did an enormous amount of work to make her feel comfortable...