Carlton Hotel Tralee
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Travel Blogs from Tralee
Cycled 30 miles from Eyries to Kenmare. A very pleasant cycle along the northern coast of Beara, along rolling hills. Stopped for a little hike up to a stone circle, somehow missed the larger stone circle along this route. Arrived in Kenmare early enough to wash some laundry. Probably the highlight of the day ...
... club. The nine hole course is built in and around the grounds of a ruined castle and has views out across the ocean. We have to wait until the fiercely contested Ballyheigue vs Waterville inter-club competition is completed before we can hit off, but it’s worth it as we get a chance to watch old rivalries play out. Our game runs along the lines of take a shot, lose the ball in the thicket, take another photo, bump along in ...
... windy. I open the car door, and whoosh! The cat hates going outside. I feel like I will fly away like the nannies in Mary Poppins, legs sticking sideways, helpless, out to sea. We dined on our dinner, digested, and dined on desserts. I skyped my family at home while they were opening presents to be a part of their festivities, despite being worlds away.
Later in the evening, we piled into the car and drove to mum's sister's place for a night ...
The past three day have been spent in the picturesque town of Dingle on the dingle peninsula. Our good weather luck has finaly run out! It was a very rainy drive. We got here on wends from Doolin, with no hiccups on the bus ride over. Yay! Even managed to return those bogus tickets from our last attemp at buses ;) The hostle we chose here, the green street townhouse, was not at all as nice as we had hoped, a bit dingey and a tiny kitchen, and most ...
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