Kilmurry Lodge Hotel
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Weather: cloudy but not raining - fining up. Humid Got up after a bad nights sleep. Room was noisy, no bedside tables or lamps and street light and sound also. Had breakfast which was ok and headed out to the Killarney National Park and did a walk around Ross Castle. It ended up being a 2 hour walk which followed along the loch so was very nice. My …
July 3 Continued I bumbled through Dublin, surprised at all the bicycle paths ("Raon Rothar" in Irish, or something like that). I was wise to just find the canal and take the path, especially as rush hour got worse. Soon, though, I decided to leave the path after riding on grass for a while. That slowed me down, but I got going a little better on …
... longer documenting new travels and I’ve worn the subject of "Only in Ireland and not in the States" to a nubby little stump, what do I write about that can keep your interest? Sure, a few of you are wonderful, dedicated followers, no matter how mundane my entries. Sure, a number of you have encouraged me to keep this up. And now, thanks to your encouragement, I *will* keep this up! But this time, a new twist, a purpose. An ethnomusicologist’s guide to Ireland.
... After having a pint of Guinness we headed back to the hotel to get ready for the meeting with the rest of the tour group. Or at least most of them 9 people had yet to show up due to flight problems. Off we went to the folk park and the Corn Barn for supper and entertainment. It was a lot of fun and the Irish stew was delicious! Oh yes, two more of our group also showed up so we were down to 7 short.
Tomorrow it is in the coach and off we ...
... coupled with Guinness and Carlsberg taps at the table had our group sold instantly. A friendly waitress instructed the guys on using the taps, of which Rufio was now professional given his Gateway experience. We ordered hearty meals of local seafood and poured ourselves drinks until we decided it was time to begin a pub crawl. Walking along we made decisions on paths to take and pubs to visit according to what seemed "stabby" or not. While we were mostly joking, I still scrutinized ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking