Killashee House Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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When we got in and landed in Dublin airport we got our bags and put them on trolleys. When we walked out granny, granda and Connor they came to us and talked. After that we went with the bags to the rental car place where dad was organizing it. When dad finished Granda went to get our boosters while we waited. When he got back we brought the bags to Connor's car and put them in. Then Dan and I got in with the boosters even though I didn't want it and ...
... bed…yeah right. We thought we would head out for a quite dinner, but when we got back to the hostel Andy had left a note on our bed saying 'gone to dicey’s, come when you get home, see you soon’. Andy didn’t come on the trip today so he probably had a few extra hours of sleep in his tank. Never the less we knew it was our last opportunity to give Dublin a run for its money. Andy came back from dicey’s while we were ...
... into Dublin for the afternoon and night. We check into our hotel, grab our umbrella, hit the streets, determined to make it to the Guinness Brewery this afternoon : umbrella inverts with the wind, our lower halves are soaked by the rain within about 90 seconds ... and jetlag kicks in.
Back to the hotel we go, into bed and after about 3 hours sleep, we finally drag our lazy bones out of bed, take a shower and lo and behold ...
... our way to The Spaniard Inn, a typical irish pub above the harbour, for a pint. It was really humble. After we left the Spaniard we drove for a bit and found a lookout with a beautiful view of River Bandon.
We drove along the Ring of Kerry to Killarney National Park, by this stage we were absolutely exhausted but powered through to see the most amazing sights. Killarney National Park was the ...
... drink and watched Sliotar play again. They had a replacement guitarist this time who was really cool and played some awesome rhythmic stuff which really gave a cool lift to the band. We topped up our glass a few times with some sneaky beers we'd brought in, then when they had finished we headed down the street, and got a card for a drink and shot at a pub called Trinity Bar, so we headed up there and Darren had a drink and we watched the band there who were playing acoustic covers, in ...