Kilkee Bay Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... heavy rain at Foynes. Lasted 2mins dropped the temp to 16*. Refreshing. Travelling the Wild Atlantic Way, as kev said, we haven't seen it wild yet. Tarbert Power Station. See pics. It's an oil powered backup station, presently in on standby. Had a chat to the Security guard. He called to Kevin as he approached him, "keep calm, keep calm", it was printed on Kevin's t shirt! The emerald greens across the Shannon Estuary. Another Mary, right in the heart ...
... Cafe.. You'll understand why when you see the views. The highlights were the cliff walks around Kilkee. Fantastic scenery and we were blessed with the weather..fine and warm and only occasional rain. Sunday we cleaned the house and made the return 90 minute drive to Fiona's lovely house in Limerick then today, Monday, we are going shopping for some summer clothes we expect to need in Spain next ...
... green pastures and flowing streams. We pull off for a Castle sign hoping for a good pit stop for lunch. Yup! We sit along the castle wall, the sun warming our backs, while we have our picnic. Aughnanure Castle was built in 1490 by the O'Flaherty Clan and is a surprisingly complete castle. The boys with Adam's help pick blackberries over the castle wall. He leans over the ancient stones and plucks the berries from their stems and into the boys waiting and purple stained hands. The castle ...
... stopped for morning tea. The trip to Dingle was about 120 kilometres. Fine weather had returned and the whole landscape just looks like luminescent green. It is difficult to imagine that the scenery can just keep getting better but around every corner on this drive was amazing. The very narrow roads around the cliff are such that all of the traffic pretty much goes in one direction as passing is a real challenge. Tourist buses have no option. ...
... the town of Knocknagoshel as we thought we should at least see the town where we were staying. There was nothing there. We drove into Killarney and stopped for a bit of a look around, an ice-cream of course (it was 6c), some lunch supplies (as we should really eat lunch today) and my all-important stop at a tourist office to pick up some maps. We’d been using the ones from the cottage and I’ve realised I like having maps of where we’ve been. A little anal I know.