Liss Ard Estate
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... through in Ireland are lovely. The main streets are all lined with old buildings full of character and colour, so much that your eyes don’t know where to look. The streets ae narrow, so if you are the one driving it is best just to look at the road but you are on your own as everyone else is busy peering out the windows. What is really funny is when you spot the odd chain store, such as a Gloria Jean’s or something similar. It just ...
... at when I was in Ireland in September. To our surprise it started to snow and soon the ground was covered in a thin layer of snow. We played in it at the Rural Life Museum near Castlebar. We made it into Galway and found our hotel for the next two nights. We struggled through the strong winds and ice to find some dinner. The next day was clear in the morning, just very windy and cold. I showed my family around town and ...
... movie after dinner. We have our first fire, even though it's warm outside, in their beautiful fireplace and have a quiet evening relaxing at home.
We put the kids to bed and find Monty Python Live on the Telly, so naturally we watch...when the door bell rings (at 10:30pm). It's two neighbor boys, in their teens, asking us to do a survey about our experience in Ireland. Elizabeth stands behind Chris while he fills in their pre-made bubbles- ...
Cycled 30 miles from Eyries to Kenmare. A very pleasant cycle along the northern coast of Beara, along rolling hills. Stopped for a little hike up to a stone circle, somehow missed the larger stone circle along this route. Arrived in Kenmare early enough to wash some laundry. Probably the highlight of the day ...
... we listened to a group called Cabbage and Bacon that included penny whistles and the Irish drum. They taught us to dance the Ceilidh and it was a very fun night. My partner was Asher, the 5 year old for one dance and then Bill for the 2nd dance. The last night in County Cork was spent at a pub where we heard a singer but then just people in the pub got up to sing...amazing voices ...I expected Simon Cowell to be there any moment.