Imperial Hotel

Address: 27 Denny Street, Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 27 Denny Street, Tralee, is near Kerry the Kingdom, Siamsa Tíre Theatre & Arts Centre, Wether's Well, and Tralee Workhouse.
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      Travel Blogs from Tralee

      The Road to the Wild Atlantic Way

      A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013 on Sep 06, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... and no one from OSH around. To be able to walk on these massive limestone fields, that look like lava flows, and see them roll into the ocean was very cool. Way better than the cliffs.

      Have spent the last day and a half riding. Its been mostly costal roads. Some good, some not but never bad for long. Have been through Galway and are now at a place called Ballina, in a Tour Bus hotel. The one man band is playing in the bar, blog is done, and the beer is cold

      Day 12 - Tralee and Dingle

      A travel blog entry by lamondg on Jun 26, 2013

      14 photos

      ... to explore a few more of the scenic drives recommended by our man at breakfast. Finally, everyone is so saturated with beautiful scenery that we need to shut our eyes to stop our brains exploding (not me of course – I’m driving). We turn for home and one hour and twenty five tractors later we’re winding up the drive to Ballyseede. It’s only 5:00 PM. We have about six hours of daylight left. Hmm – what to ...

      Cycling the Gap of Dunloe

      A travel blog entry by johnnym on Jun 24, 2013

      3 photos

      ... mountain pass to conquer, a bit daunting for someone who's not much of a cyclist. The route started where I'd left the car, near the Cathedral, heading along the main N71 before turning off. Very soon came a 'Gap 10km' sign, which was encouraging, though it then seemed a long way to the 9km sign. A jaunting cab (pony and trap, not rhyming slang) hire spot announced where the road became narrower, and walkers spreading out to cover the whole road showed that ...

      Slea Head and the Dingle Peninsula

      A travel blog entry by terrycj on Jul 04, 2012

      48 photos

      ... only got into a little trouble twice as we were trying to find somewhere for lunch. Sometimes a cluster of houses is just a cluster of houses, possibly too small to call a hamlet. We eventually found a village with shops and a pub. We got to the pub just in time before the kitchen closed at 3. After lunch we travelled around the head of the peninsula for some fantastic scenery. The weather was kind to us today so we got to enjoy the views this time. Sheer cliffs driven out ...

      It's Christmas in Tralee

      A travel blog entry by melepua on Dec 28, 2011

      1 comment

      ... everyone, and you see them all on St. Stephen's Day when the entire town is out and about. When they refer to their group of friends, they say "Lads." Sometimes they say that when I am there. At first, I thought, "hey, watch it, I'm not a lad! I'm a lass!" And then I realize that we Americans say "guys" to mean the group, which settled my brain a bit. Maybe I'll start using that term from now on. Hey lads! What's crackin, yo? I talked to so ...