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... Chase and Laura got very silly doing gymnastics on the lawn. When we returned to the car Laura suggested that we put one of the bikes upside down on the bike rack to make them all fit better. It did seem to work but then the front tire of that bike was sticking really far up in the air. All of a sudden I remembered that the parking lot had an overhead gate with a very low clearance, but fortunately the gates were open! We drove to Killarney to pick up a couple of things to ...
... converging on Ireland Monday late morning and we waited for them in the hotel. The first order of business was lunch at the hotel and then they all went off to the office. I asked Walter's wife, Hiromi, if she wanted to take a walk with me and we basically did the same walk that I had done the day before. Dinner that evening was the famous Bunratty Castle banquet; we were only able to get the late seating so we had plenty of time for a couple of pints at Durty Nelly's before ...
... on the Roof; there were rolling hills with grazing cattle resembling the Sound of Music; there were moss-covered rocks that were (probably) the inspiration for the trolls in Frozen; there was even a mossy field of purple lilacs that reminded us of Twilight. En route to the waterfall, we stopped to explore both the Abbey of Muckross and the Muckross House. The Abbey was a graveyard and relatively intact structure, with beautiful stone windows, doorways, ...
... 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 ...
... e. There was an elderly couple eating very slowly and purposefully, and a young couple with the woman reading a book and the man engrossed in his smartphone. Hence, this is where we sat. The food was delicious and the hurling match commentators were as energetic as any football or soccer game I have ever listened to. Too bad we didn't know any of the rules or who to cheer for. So we waited for the pub to break out in gregarious chants and beer ...