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9.15am on road, evidence of rain. Decided on a route to killarney. I missed at turn off, then another one, emailing you and navigating doesn't always work Beaud. Kevin caught up with a milk tanker and followed it to the farm pickup, on the roadside and all the sheds appear to be, you actually have to watch you don't take a corner of some of them when driving. Talked to the driver and farmer see pics, it was a 150cow farm, 12 aside herringbone, ...
... is very grand and features most of the original furnishings and decor; it's amazing to see wallpaper and elaborately embossed wainscoting that is hundreds of years old. The cool but sort of sad thing about the house is it's in a state of disrepair; looks like it would take several million euro to renovate. But it lends a very authentic air to the place. One wing of the house has been turned into a B&B. Wonder what it would be like to stay there? Just a little spooky, ...
... B&B The Fairview. What a fantastic town - vibrant and full of lively streets filled with Irish musicians performing in the streets and pubs. It's the week of the racing carnival so the the town is rocking along! Just like an Irish town we imagined. After a late dinner at The Portethouse we went home for a sleep looking forward to the next day when we will be looking at at the Ring of ...
... the town and getting information about the national park for tomorrow. After dinner we went for a walk around town to find a pub with traditional music, the streets were filled with teenagers with nothing better to do on a Friday night but to loiter. Out of the 16 pubs we finally found one that was playing live music, it was a small warm and cozy pub with a solo acoustic guy singing classics so there was great atmosphere. We watched and sung ...
... Gabby Seafood restaurant. It was an excellent choice. Audrey went with the Caesar salad and steak entree, myself the crab claws with the scallop main. Both finished with an Irish coffee. Again a superb meal- 5*****!!! Killarney is truly a tourist town, lots of hustle and bustle but relatively small ~150K. Golf, cycling, horseback riding and sightseeing are all popular activities. We are here for a two night stay so will have some time tomorrow to explore the downtown area a little ...