Glengarriff Park Hotel
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... The pass was the nicest road I had been on since arriving Ireland as it was the real old twisty, windy road one would expect of a real pass :), we stopped a few times for photographs which I knew would not do the scenes justice. Once we topped the pass we were back in County Kerry, and the view once crossing the top of the ridge was breathtaking! Janet and Grandma both ...
... on your purses"..I picked up a woven scarf that was actually made by weavers at the Muckross House. Pass through a town of Sheean and between Macgillycuddy's Reeks Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean we stopped at the bridge bar in Portmagee called the Moorings for fish and chips. Across the fishing town is Valencia. Here, we visit the ...
... very mellow seals. They didn't seem to mind the boats and looked like they were sunning themselves. (They also looked like driftwood--they were white-ish, not black. The island is a park. Bought in 1903 and completely barren, the owner decided to make the island a garden--huge! Took them at least 20 years (canoeing over both dirt and seeds). The island is now ringed with pines and other trees. Then in the interior there is ...
... ruins and graveyard of Muckross Abbey, Muckross House and gardens, through wooded areas that conjure up mystical visions of the Irish fairy folk, passed some tranquil scenes of the green landscape ascending from the calm waters of the lake, and up to the cascading waters of the Torc waterfall. We stopped at the waterfall carpark for a short walk up to the waterfall itself. The walk is through another wooded area with moss covering everything like a thick green carpet over ...
... 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”,