Lansdowne Arms Hotel
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... and clothes. And windmills across ridges generate green power. We pass a couple of curiously named nursing homes. I opt to join St. Attractas, my aging face needing all the divine help it can get while Liz plumps for Mystic Rose, sensing a more carefree old age! At Killarney, we strike an enormous traffic jam and realise from street signs it is the prelude to tomorrow's ROK Charity Cycle, but know little ...
... had a bunch of leeches under it!) When we came back in the other direction the tide had receded so much that the area was high and dry. Our final destination was Kenmare, where we had a few minutes to do a little shopping before our dinner reservations at Mulcahy's Restaurant. We had discovered Mulcahy's several years back when we were planning a trip to Ireland for 50 of Dennis' Mulcahy relatives. The owner is Bruce Mulcahy, but he and Dennis can't determine that there is a ...
... and Jen had a burger and we washed our food down with some Irish cider ale.
Tomorrow is another long day of driving and seeing sights on the Ring of Kerry. It should be pretty spectacular, and then we'll head back to Limerick for the conference. So far, Ireland is what I have pictured. Very green, very friendly, very hilly. I look forward to what's to come!
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... those not on the city tour mid morning for the bus trip to Blarney then Kenmare. Irish travelers or gypsies are descendants of Tinkers or townsmen who lost their land when they didn't accept the Church of England. Many were wealthy businessmen or craftsmen and then had to develop new trades.
We passed the Hills of the Dead. Before the potato famine the population was 8 million in Ireland. Within three years it would be three million as people died or left. ...
... day of our trip we drove through the Ring of Kerry which included several scenic views of the mountains and beautiful scenery of Ireland. There were tons of sheep to see everywhere along this route and some were so high up in the mountains it was unbelievable. Also while driving through the Ring of Kerry we stopped off at some areas where there were large numbers of tourists ...