Killarney Rd, Killorglin, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Killarney Rd, Killorglin, is near Eask Tower, Ballykissane Pier, Kerry Glass Studio and Visitor Centre, and Wilma's Cheese Factory.
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Travel Blogs from Killorglin

That will be Ireland, so.

A travel blog entry by foodblubber on Jul 05, 2014

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... had a slowish start, well... again, J went for a walk, so N and I had a slow start... but really there is nothing to do in Ireland before 10am. Our BnB host Mary (at Calafont BnB) cooked us up a lovely Irish breakfast, and we then dropped our laundry off at the launderette. There doesn't seem to be many laundromats around, just full service launderettes. It was very reasonably priced though, $5 for my small load and $8 for J's bigger load.

Emerald Isle

A travel blog entry by bigtravelfamily on Apr 23, 2014

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... attention spans so Trin and Keegan would end up being the only kids on the feeding tours. We fed baby skates, held a HUGE spiny crab and star fish, touched many skates and dogfish, and had fun with Goby and Butterfish trying to eat Trinity’s finger. This aquarium could be seen in 45 min and we were there for 3 hours. We walked back to the B&B (3.5 km) along the beach and watched a few crazy people swim and jump off the old diving tower. It was a ...

Killarney and the Ring of Kerry

A travel blog entry by hansonerin on May 31, 2013

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... these nice places to go and take them for granted. Then when you go on holiday, you think, wow, pretty, but we have this at home (well, with a few more cars). When we got back to Killarney, a few of us took a hike (flat) in the national park across the street. It was fabulous! Walked about 5 mi for 90 mins. Whew, tired. Went along a river ending at a loch--the Loch Liene didn't have a monster, although we told everyone we saw ...

Sleeping In and Wearing Sandals

A travel blog entry by amberandbobbi on May 25, 2012

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... your trip centers around hiking and you sometimes walk for miles uphill with only water and scones, I think it's understandable. After lunch, we had a couple of ciders on the patio at Dick Mack's, a well-known and very old pub that doubles as a shoe repair shop. Lots of history here, with two old pianos, an ancient-looking stove, and no TVs or modern bar entertainment. We were still exhausted, so we picked up our laundry (hallelujah ...

Electronic Woes

A travel blog entry by marklattanzi on Jul 18, 2011


... also mention that for some of these items, we have to carry voltage converters to charge them up, and not just one. We need one for Ireland/UK and one for the continent.

So, with all this gear, we are bound to have some glitches, and we have. First came the episode with our radios. They have a charging base unit that we brought along as well as a transformer/cord (that only works on 110v). After one cycle, I forgot to turn mine off so ...