The Europe Hotel & Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and villages and had spectacular coastal views. It was pretty chilly at some of the high points on the tour but the Torc Waterfalls which was the last stop on the tour was spectacular. We had had incredible rain for a full day before and the falls were in full torrent and at their best for viewing.
While we were on the Ring of Kerry, Papa was enjoying the fresh air of Killarney National Park. He was going to hike Tomie's woods which ...
... so I won't beat about the bush: I was really disappointed. OK it may be the lakes region of Ireland, but having the head full of memories of Chile (Pucón, Puerto Varas) and Argentina (Bariloche), those lakes didn't blow me away. The Ring of Kerry must be lovely in good weather with private transportation, but with the giant tourist buses it's a huge waste. It was cattle day, ...
We had a more sedate day today. We stayed in Dingle and went shopping.
Last night Phil sat in on his first session. They didn't know any of the songs we all thought were old standards (whiskey before breakfast, Irishman's toast, over the moor to Maggie) There was one guitar, 4 button accordions and one upright bass. They took turns playing. Later 3 more folks ...
... It features spectacular uplifts of jagged peaks that fall abruptly in heights of up to 600‘ into the ocean. It begins with a gentle uphill along the coastline and progresses into a steeper climb up to the 19th tower from where British colonists kept lookout for Napoleon. When we reached the tower we stopped for lunch and to enjoy the views. We ran into some rain on the descent but the hardy ...
... name. Every time I see a sign I give it a "ba-eeee" just, as computer game players from the 80s might remember, as the game intro used to go. Thought I was a bit better prepared this time, with the phone sat marked with the right point for parkrun, not just a 'find the town and the rest is gravy' view, but I still did a loop of the centre before I spotted that I'd hit the right point, gone on and so the phone was, in the u-turn free fashion it prefers, taking me back there. Get ...