Lansdowne Arms Hotel
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Today was our longest drive, 3.5 hours from Kenmare to Doolin. Some big roads and more "goat roads" as Tim has taken to calling them. Instead of going the long way up to Limerick, we crossed the River Shannon on a car ferry at Tarbert which landed us at Kilrush. Both were charming little towns but not much to offer. We have discovered that no …
... houses, and then crosses a stone bridge over the River Finnehy on its way into the center of town. After breakfast, we went by Holy Cross Church and into a few shops. In the afternoon, we walked back into town and had a nice light lunch at a bar called The Purple Heather. In the evening, we walked back again and had dinner at a place called Mulcahy's that was recommended by ...
... the men :), also it was interesting to see how many of the graves were shared by many generations of the same family. Janet's dad mentioned that the duration of family land ownership of farms in Ireland was on average 250 years. The graveyard enforced the fact that these people ...
... us from the group, so there were about 4 full courts in our tour group. Our driver’s name was Mark, just like our bus driver, and the driver of these carts are known as “Jarveys”. Our horse’s name was “Mr. Ted”. When we heard this, many of us started breaking out into the television show’s lyrical theme song of “Mr. Ed”. I was in a group of 4 Aussie’s, and one other American, so I was amazed ...
... of the smaller town sites can be seen easily in a couple hours, at a pleasant pace. I went to see the stone circle first as that was my highest interest. The rocks are huge, and it is difficult to think about people a thousand years ago, using whatever they could, to move them into such precise positions. I had a humorous flash of a group of beleaguered workmen playing ...