The Grand Hotel Tralee
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... pull up to the beach, park in the sand, set out their deck chairs, and read the newspaper right next to their car pretty much as far from the water as possible. We saw the same phenomenon at Rossbeigh Strand. Classic!
After the beach we headed into the town of Dingle. Jen and I were there back in 2001, but I ...
... I feel so relaxed. Since I didn’t get to try all of them before, I decide to check out the sauna and the various showers. They are also good.
I head back to the room to get a shower and wait for Jen. Our laundry is back and I realize I need to pack tonight because tomorrow we are on the road again. We think about going into town for dinner but instead decide to stay at the hotel. Instead of ...
... indicating that they housed small settlements of people. In more recent times, beehive huts were used for storage or animal shelter. Dry-stone walled churches such as 'Gallarus Oratory' in County Kerry, may derive from beehive huts. Constructed c.700 – c.800 AD, by Ireland's early monastic Christians, Gallarus Oratory remains in near perfect condition to this day.
The Fahan Beehive Huts, also known as Caher Conor, are located ...
A beautiful drive around the ring of Kerry today. Very rainy and misty but just loved it stopped at Waterville in County Kerry, this is where Charlie Chaplin spent a lot of time, where one of his wives was from. The daffodils and the jonquils are out in abundance along with the bright yellow gorse, with the mist hanging over it just looked stunning. Went to Avoca where they filmed Bellykissangel, saw the lakes ...
... Ross castle again and we only had to wait 1/2 an hour before the tour starts...and in that half an hour the sun decided to break through the magnificent clouds and I became the happiest snapper in all the world, running from one site to the next!!
It is good to sometimes go for guided tours (I normally do not like them as they restrict ...