Kilmurry Lodge Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We got up, ate breakfast and were out of the house by 10 am. We got in Sarah's car and took off. We drove a couple of hours and arrived at the town of Dingle. We shopped a little and then ate lunch. We left the town about 2:30 to drive the Dingle Peninsula loop. The peninsula is one of three that extend out of the west side of Ireland. We expected the 47 km drive ...
... made our way into the seaside city. The center of the city consists of pedestrian-only streets with storefronts and cafes spanning for blocks in all directions. We looked through the Claddagh Ring Museum and moseyed around the shops and port (dodging the occasional drizzle along the way). We were anxious to get to the Cliffs of Moher before the projected rain and wind arrived. The drive from Galway to Limerick was ...
Travelling by bus has certainly been a smart way to get around - the driving routes are a bit crazy thru the small towns, but being able to sit back and relax all while taking in the spectacular views has been fantastic! Yesterday was the beautiful drive along the Ring of Kerry. This spot is a definite 'must see' while in Ireland - an amazing coastal drive.
I scored the front seat again and met some people from New Jersey who sat behind ...
... final moment, when I hugged my housemates goodbye, is when I cried. I held it in this whole weekend, but this was it, this was the time, and it all flowed out. The cab driver was very nice to me, encouraging me and keeping my mind occupied with idle chatter, until he dropped me off at the airport and I was on my own. Alone, between two worlds.
I endured an uneventful several hours cooped up in a space too small for a normal human being (but at least I sat between ...
... for two, and then on to Galway. I’ve been a little sick lately but I am starting to get over it. Most of the group has had some respiratory problems in the last couple days which is probably related to the change in weather. I have been carrying around a box of Kleenex in my pursue and my voice was reduced to a loud whisper by the time we left Dingle.
When we told the group (or anyone for that matter) that we were going to Limerick the first ...