Lismore House Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... would never forgive me if I didn't! However, you'll be glad to read that we did not pull it up by its root and we are therefore still alive to tell the tale! Neil and I, being the lightweights we are, decided to boost the local economy and take a taxi back to the campsite, which was uphill all the way! Chris and Doug followed on behind and we did the noble thing by putting on the kettle and providing a much-needed cuppa for ...
... sat out on deck, where I brought my laptop and did some of this blog, whiling away the hours until it was time for lunch. We then made our way to the Crow’s Nest where, at 1.00pm, they were holding the Battle of the Sexes quiz final.
After meeting up with Charlie and Linda and enjoying a drink with them, it was time to get into our two teams. The ladies’ team ...
... of a private farm and walk over hills where sheep graze, through muddy pools without really knowing in which direction to go!! But the trip was well worth it and if I had to choose I will go there again!
At Crookhaven we found a little shop selling the most delicious scones and then we have to move on to get to Killarney.
I have made a big mistake in our planning, but you never know what places will ...
... duper extra insurance. Our little red Renault Clio was waiting outside for us in the night. Although our hotel was only 3.3 miles from the airport, it felt like a long scary drive for me, this being my first time driving a car on the wrong side of the road from the wrong side of the car! But we made it safe and sound, thanks to Avi's navigation and ...
... given a top notch commentary along the way.
First stop was atop the mountain ranges of the Knockmeal Downs to look out over Co. Tipperary, parts of which were cloaked in mist. Even though the day was overcast, it kind of added to the beauty of the scenery, though we were assured that had it been a clear day, it would have been even more breath-taking, though I just can't imagine anything more beautiful than the countryside we ...