Killarney Oaks Hotel
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... All this travel was to take me to a small (doesn't have an ATM/bank/grocery store or even corner store small) town called Doolin but was the start off point for my adventure I had planned for the next day - the Cliffs of Moher. When I woke up I was disappointed to hear the sound of rain which really didn't work with my plans of being outside walking all day! So instead of getting an early start to the day I stayed in bed until about 11am when the rain subsided and I was ...
... 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 ...
... just a bus ride away. Tomorrow we plan to get several museums under our belts, and just explore our options for meals, etc. They are off to find Grafton street, where there are supposed to be street musicians. The composer Handel lived on this section of Bachelor's Walk, and so does a young man who was pie-eyed down on the street. Ten too many drinks for Christmas, laddie-
Off I go, to test out the hot water system in Dublin.
... and we followed buses. Went to the Bog Village. Lunch in Sneed, yum and ended up in camp outside Limerick. Looooong road again so drinking Good Irish Whiskey and Ginger Ale on the way and of course juice for the driver.
... town. Very pleasant. In the afternoon, we drove around some of the local villages and dined in town at Jim Edwards - but no music.
On May 15, we took off with a hiss and a roar and drove around the Beara peninsula. Absolutely gorgeous coastal views with tiny fishing visits dotted along the route. Some folks have mentioned that this pennisular is better than the ring of Kerry. This road was not for the feint-hearted with ...