Travel Blogs from Kenmare
... yet another Travelodge. We checked in to the hotel, but with an hour left on the meter Kerin and I insited we walk down to City Hall before returning to move the car. Half way through our walk another seemingly out-of-nowhere hailstorm descended upon us. At this point we were equidistant from City Hall and the car, so we just decided to trek onward. The closer we got the harder the hail fell. Luckily we were able to huddle with ...
... Looking down at my peacefully sleeping baby I realized what was most important. The couple, with their caravan of grandparents, would have other chances. And someday Alex and I will have opportunities to go out alone again. But Oliver will only be a baby for a finite period. That's why he's on this trip with us. Because I couldn't imagine missing two weeks of his life when he is this young and changing so fast. Because all is well with the ...
... to know of the plot to kill her uncle; an inquest was announced to look at the possibility of criminal charges against the soldiers who killed innocent teenagers in Derry on Bloody Sunday (1972). Also, of positive note, the police force (which had only had 3% Catholic officers) now has about 35% of Catholic police officers. Learning of this and feeling like the media I read and listen to have ignored the realities of the ongoing ...
... on mom’s side. No luck. We climbed up to the second level on a spiral staircase. In the center of the abbey was a cloister walk with a huge Yew tree growing in the center. We took lots of pictures. Most of the people buried there are from the 1700s and up. I’m sure the Friars were laid in unmarked graves. This abbey was left to ruin when Henry VIII persecuted the church and had its final demise in the time of Cromwell. As we walked ...
... to learn and participate without fear of consequence. I might not have been so fortunate had I been born in Northern Ireland or may not have survived the power of my political convictions. It would be too easy and trite of me to look at the situation here and judge - instead, I’ve chosen to look inward and reflect on what it has shown me about myself...
... and that is this: I would make an excellent Ruler of the Universe so when the day comes: Vote Naomi ...
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Other places to stay in Kenmare
Sneem Road, Kenmare | 3 star hotelfrom $114
- The Bay's the Way
- Memorable Weekend
- Exactly what we needed ...
Kenmare | 5 star hotelfrom $242
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Kenmare, Kenmare | 4 star hotelfrom $157
- Really liked this hotel
- THE BEST HOTEL YOU'LL EVER STAY IN!!!!!!
- Modern, nice --why can't more places be like this?
William Street, Kenmare | 3 star hotelfrom $121