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

    Dingle Peninsula to Tralee

    A travel blog entry by jjarnold on Jun 12, 2015

    8 photos

    Day Eight we were met at breakfast by our friend
    who led us to Dingle Peninsula where we visited Inch Strand, a ruined
    monastery, Mulcahy Pottery (more shopping!), the Blasket Experience (G
    was quite taken with the quilting exhibition) where sadly the ferry
    wasn't running due to weather. Over Connor Pass through the fog where we
    stopped to get water from a ...

    Des églises, de la route et une vue splendide

    A travel blog entry by karine-julie on Jun 25, 2014

    25 photos

    ... 233;e d'éoliennes au grand bonheur de Karine. Dingle est un petit village cute sur le bord d'une baie, mais on a faim alors on cherche au PC notre hôtel 4 étoiles de bord de mer. On pense qu'on s'est perdue par manque de signal satellite fiable, mais quelle fierté quand un proprio de pub nous dit qu'on est juste à un quart de mile de notre hôtel! Et quelle vue magnifique. Les falaises de la mer semblent se recourber vers le haut, la mer est ...

    Episode 3

    A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on May 28, 2014

    30 photos

    ... the library to use the internet. The sun was shining when they emerged but it didn’t stay that way for long. We headed off around the Beara Peninsula. Very soon we passed a bamboo and palm garden. The climate is quite mild in this region because of the warm gulf stream so that these plants can be cultivated, however, it didn’t feel especially mild to my humans out it that bitter wind, they wrapped up well.

    We tried to visit a standing stone ...

    Killarney y más

    A travel blog entry by heretothere on Jun 10, 2013

    5 photos

    Today, we left Dublin to begin our traveling throughout the rest of Ireland. Our first stop was at the Rock of Cashel, or should I say the Wind of Cashel. It was our first rain day in Ireland, and it was super windy too. One of the things I found interesting was that it is still used as a present-day grave site. According to our guide, about 80 years ago, people were put on a request list to ...

    Breathtaking Cliffs / Acantilados Imponentes

    A travel blog entry by journeythrough on Aug 04, 2012

    2 comments, 53 photos

    ... turned to sand. As I was walking along, a lady with three dogs were walking toward me from the opposite direction. The dogs were splashing around in the water and digging in the sand, and when they spotted me they ran right for me! I figured they were friendly and would probably jump up on me, but I didn't expect what one of them did. He leapt strait up toward my face and gave me the slimiest doggie kiss ever, covering every square centimeter of ...