Listowel Arms Hotel
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... one of the singers into singing Danny Boy outside a cappella for Dennis' birthday.
Dennis was planning to spend Wednesday in the office so we drove there together so I could have the car for the day. Yikes! I had to navigate through the tunnel and a tollbooth plus a whole lot of roundabouts to get back to the hotel. Chase, Laura and I decided to go visit nearby Knappogue Castle which has also been restored like Bunratty. Unfortunately, we forgot it is now September ...
... of the hotel and Dennis and I drove back to our cottage. We had just enough time to get unpacked before it was time to go to the Gap to meet everyone there for our tour. The first order of business was for all of us to enjoy an Irish coffee from Kate Kearney's. We got organized into the carts - Dennis and I were with Estrella and we got the stinkiest jarvey ever, (John). Good lord - it always amazes me that these guys are in the tour business and seem to be on the one bath a week ...
... a sort of "pioneer village" we had a turkey "scare" lol. Marisa thought she was going into the entrance of the house; however it was a turkey/hen house, and they weren't to happy to see us! :) We toured the Muckross House and my happy Downton Abbey fans would have loved it! Queen Victoria stayed here once upon a time..... We also did a little hike to Torc Waterfall; a wonderful day outside! Our cheeks are rosy and our feet are tired! ...
We had planned to go to a fishing town called Fermoy after Killarney and possible Cork however the tackle was closed for the next two days when we got there so we continued to a place called Dundalk. We couldn't find any accommodation so checked in to a hotel we thought might be decent and we were very tired from driving all day. Big mistake! There was a pub and night club attatched to the hotel and the pub was open for a big sunday session and there was also a big ...
... it and was lost for a moment in the adorable cuteness radiating off him (the lamb, not the man). Sometimes I think moving to Dingle and buying a sheep farm really would be the life. I could raise them organic, sell the wool, and even though I’m a vegetarian I wouldn’t feel bad about slaughtering them as long as I knew they had a good life. But I have already committed to this whole lawyer thing . . . Maybe it will be a good option ...