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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, ...
... than we could ever possibly eat! We got Jess and Eric to the airport in the nick of time and we returned to Limerick to once again check into the George Hotel - a very different experience this time because we were treated like VIPs after Pat had a little talk with the manager about the dismal treatment we had received last week. It was a beautiful, sunny afternoon so Dennis and I took a long walk over the bridge and then the path dipped down to the shore of a nice little pond ...
... pieces Then travelled to Killarney for the night Tea at the hotel as joint affair and then free to wander Ended up at Scruffys bar and there was super band - 2 men, one on the accordion and the other guitar, banjo and singing - he didn't stop singing or talking the whole hour or so we were there and ended up the evening at 10.30 with the Irish national ...
... 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 ...
One thing I find interesting about our cottage is that there is an electric meter inside that the owner comes in to feed every now and then. I think so far he has fed it once, our first day here. At the end of the stay we actually pay him for electric usage. When I think about it, it certainly seems like a fair way to figure out electric cost. At the end of the stay he counts how much he put in the meter & that is what we ...