Fels Point Hotel
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OK so last night after my truckie friend wandered off with his mates I headed out to investigate the nightlife. I ended up in a little bar in the main drag that had an acoustic duo playing. The Irish a very friendly people, too friendly, as a result I didn't make it home until 2am. So my one night in Tralee has now turned into two nights. There is no way I am driving anywhere today! After breakfast I rebooked my room then went back to bed for a little kip. After I dragged myself ...
... from the fire, they therefore slept in a sitting position and the beds seems to be shorter than what they are today. the top floor was the banquet area where they had their meals and concerts and gatherings. The way to the top is a narrow uneven (so that invaders will trip and fall as they do not know the stairs) staircase in the thick wall. The ...
... only got into a little trouble twice as we were trying to find somewhere for lunch. Sometimes a cluster of houses is just a cluster of houses, possibly too small to call a hamlet. We eventually found a village with shops and a pub. We got to the pub just in time before the kitchen closed at 3. After lunch we travelled around the head of the peninsula for some fantastic scenery. The weather was kind to us today so we got to enjoy the views this time. Sheer cliffs driven out ...
... of the night, first a standing area, then an area with disco lights and dancing and tables where we sat. The music was so loud I could barely hear a thing, but I did wind up having entertaining conversations with the people around me. As we reared up to go, I couldn't believe my eyes. Could it be? Yes! I recognized someone from the singing pub in Dingle! I grabbed him by the arm and said, "I know you!" We exchanged quick hellos and small talks, ...
... Gillespie came in. Dave was very enthusiastic – for a guy, anyway – about all the nice pieces in the shop. He kept pointing out things he thought we would look good wearing. He didn't go so far as to offer to pay for them though! He said something which is quite true: he said he thought that all the shops would have a bunch of touristy ****, so he was surprised that there is so much good-quality stuff in the town. He's right. There are, of course, a few tourist-type ...