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... the National Park for a few hours. It may have rained, and we all may have frozen a little bit, but I think it was worth it. From where ever you were in Killarney, you could see the mountains, which were covered in snow. The park had some wild animals, some streams, and a castle at the end of our journey. Everything, to me, ...
... century, writes came out to interview and write about island life. It encouraged the islanders to write books themselves and they have become very popular. The center had pictures and videos of their lives. There were even some interviews with people who lived on the island.
I finally had something to eat at lunch. The body plumbing was quite ready for it, but it was good to eat.
We stopped to see ...
... Bruno Bernard who discovered Marilyn Monroe) and Irish film director Se Merry Doyle.
After looking at the schedule of events we decided to rent a car and make the short drive back to Glengarriff to spend the afternoon exploring in and around the town and the evening stepping back into Hollywood’s "Golden Era" at the festival.
To quote Marilyn Monroe from the film Some Like it Hot,
“I always get the fuzzy end of the lollipop”,
... teeth, changed my clothes, and was ready to go.
(I didn’t say I was awake)
It is 8:00. Tons of time. We are early. On the road. Me still being ½ asleep meant that I got us slightly lost (I had the map upside down) while trying to find the Info center but in the end it didn’t matter as it didn’t open till 9 anyways. (yes, it took us 45 mins to find a place not more than 15 blocks away and yes, we had it marked down on a map. Shut up)
... hope we still get to do the optional sheepdog demonstration. Overall the drive wasn’t bad; the weather could have been better. I thought the drive would be about 3-4 hours. It took us just about 6-7 hours!
We made it back into the city about 3:30. We were dropped off to take our scheduled jaunty car ride. A jaunty car is a wagon that is pulled by a horse. Instead of cart they use the word car. We were taken through the Killarney ...