Killarney Oaks Hotel
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... from the Mediterranean, which grow only in Killarney and one area of Cork ... places which get no frost ... just like Prospect. (well maybe not!).
We arrived at Lord Brandon's Cottage, which is really a joke. "Lord Brandon" was really the gamekeeper for the Herberts who owned the land and he gave himself the title of Lord. The jaunting cart drivers were waiting in droves to take people across the Gap. It must be very ******* the horses ...
... Hara's friends, Noel and Margaret, charming cottage, beautifully decorated Blackwater Valley - big valley carved out by glaciers, very stony Photo stop at Ladies View Kerry Love Tunnel Jaunting car ride with Mary the horse, I apologised to her for making her cart me around Looked around the main streets this afternoon, dine around dinner at Robertino's this evening was ...
... warm sunshine, and rocking of the boat made me sleepy! The Weltons drove us back to our car which was parked at Ger's house. Ger came out and invited us to come to his gig that evening at the Beaufort Bar, so we made a plan to meet the Welton's there before dinner at 6:30.
So we had rendezvoused with the Weltons to listen to Ger and his son Jack who were in the bar entertaining the bus group when our neighbor Dony the jarvey walked in. Now, we hardly recognized ...
... at in 1861. This walk was Kole's favorite part of the trip and for good reason. He took some gorgeous photos.
The Ring of Kerry drive is an all day activity. According to our Back Roads Ireland book, there are 14 important stops. The drive without stopping would take the average driver about 2 1/2 hours. My favorite stop would have to be Ladies' View. During that same visit by Queen Victoria, one of her ladies in waiting declared it the finest view in the ...
... worked. It is truly a lovely estate, and the grounds
are beautiful: the rock garden was in full bloom when we visited, lots
of photos. What a well preserved estate, now in the hands of the Ireland
heritage estate holdings. From here to the Abbey, in the same beautiful
grounds of both the National Park and Muckross house. The Abbey features
one of the most complete and beautiful cloisters I have seen. The Yew tree growing ...