Kerry Ocean Lodge
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We had a more sedate day today. We stayed in Dingle and went shopping.
Last night Phil sat in on his first session. They didn't know any of the songs we all thought were old standards (whiskey before breakfast, Irishman's toast, over the moor to Maggie) There was one guitar, 4 button accordions and one upright bass. They took turns playing. Later 3 more folks ...
... Well if it gets rid of this stomach bug it is totally worth it. By the way, it was the cheapest doctor visit of my life - they charged be a flat 50 euro for the visit and then my prescription was only about 8 euro. We returned to the cottage and after Dennis and Laura went up to the Coffee Pot for another coffee drink and a bite to eat Dennis rendezvoused with Russ Bird and his wife Lynn who are staying for a couple of days at The Dunloe Castle Hotel.
... Museum. Dennis and Pat were doing all of the planning for the Purus sales meeting happening next week and I was paying bills for the folks. We got a text from Jessica that they reached Kenmare at about 1:30pm! That is about a 24 mile ride up 2 very very steep mountain passes! I think it would have taken me about 2 days.
I got a little worried at that point because I knew we both had work to do still and we had a 1 hour and 45 minute drive back to the cottage to pick up the ...
The hotel was a lively place last night with wedding festivities going on in the hall and back garden. We are quite amused by the Irish accents and all the hotel staff seem to be Romanian so it's an interesting place. After a great hot buffet breakfast our plan was to find our way to 'Kiss the Blarney Stone' after a quick peak by car around Cork. According to a local website "Cork was founded in the 6th century on the banks of the River ...
... Dingle bay - Waterville - Sneem - Killarney national park - Torc waterfall We also passed old Irish famine huts, king puc (goat festival), outstanding views of snow capped mountains, lakes, bays, old hunting lodges, farm land, small towns and so much more! The tour was well worth it and our tour guide had so much information to give and when we wasn't giving information he was singing karaoke which was hilarious. The tour ended back in Killarney but ...