The Europe Hotel & Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... On to a road off the ring around Lake Caragh. Very winding but no real traffic and the views were great. Back on the Ring for a short way then off to the small beach side area of Ross Behy. Nice photos then back to the Ring.
A fair drive on the Ring, sans buses so far, then off the Ring to a couple of ring forts and a castle. A quick stop at Ballycarbery Castle (ruins) then over for a short walk ...
We left Dublin bright and early to start driving to our next stop. On the way we stopped at our first Irish castle, the Kilkenny castle. It was really cool on the outside, and it had a beautiful rose garden in the back with a fountain in the center to make a Celtic styled cross. Inside the castle was a bit disappointing because all the rooms had been redone. The only room that ...
... was kind of cool that the beginning of the day started with the Ring of Kerry, and the end of the night ended with a Ring of Fire. In addition, I couldn’t get my wifi to connect on my iPhone, so I was becoming very frustrated. At about 10pm, we started walking back to the hotel. I ran in briefly to Sheehan’s Pub, which had some musicians playing various instruments. Something strange about the trip home, was that it was still light outside when we ...
... Just as we were heading into the bay, another tour boat (packed to the gills) was heading out. The captains agreed to work together - Fungi loves to travel between the tour boats - porpoising along the way. At long last Success! Then we headed back in.
After meeting up with Janis and Roz we head to a lunch place they had seen - I had a leek and cheddar quiche with a glass of white wine and a salad. Then we had dessert - a chocolate brownie ...
... a necklace with hers. The explanation with the necklace says something like “a god who sets people's heads on fire.” But I, I am a salmon! One of the key words associated with salmon is knowledge. Ergo, I am a Salmon of Knowledge! Who knew?
Our final stop before getting back to Dingle was Kilmalkedar Church, built in the 12th century. The last services there were in the 1500s, so it's gone to ruin. In the cemetery that surrounds it, there is an ...