Listowel Arms Hotel
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After a late breakfast on Monday we decided to put the bikes on the car and take a ride over by Muckross. It is nearly impossible to load three bikes on that rack and it took lots of rearranging to finally get them on. We parked at the usual place and rode over to Muckross Abbey and spent quite a bit of time wandering around in there. Then we went over to Muckross House and got a bite to eat in the cafe, and afterward walked around the gardens and out to ...
Today, we did a round trip around The Ring of Kerry (or Iveragh Peninsula to give it its correct name). We started off with group photo at Fossa where apparently there should have been majestic views of lakes and mountains in the background. Unfortunately, the morning started with a heavy fog so there was nothing to be seen. After an overly long stop at a tourist trap a bit further along, the fog had cleared a bit. We ...
... on that day." Bonus! The tour was grand and confirmed Jim's belief that living in a castle would suck big time.
Next was a leisurely stroll around Killarney town, checking out the fantastic local wool products, for which the area is world famous, except maybe in Kalaru.
After lunch was a trip to Mucros House, only about 5 ks from the town. Once again a paid tour, but as seniors this time. A really interesting tour! One ...
... restaurant that had incredible food! We had a chance to look around before we headed to take a jonny cart ride down the Gap of Dunloe. The l
views and the weather were both absolutely amazing,
Once our cart ride was over we were dropped off by some local shops. I was able to find some souvenirs to take home and ...
Ireland is currently gripped by a "heatwave" although temperatures are not much above 25degC. As far as I'm concerned the weather is absolutely perfect and I hope to make the most of it!
Got up early to drop Sarah off at Dublin Airport in the morning. Ireland's excellent motorways and 120khr speed limits mean that travelling around this small country is a cinch, so I managed to get back to Killkenny by lunch time. We spent much of the day around town, I was exhausted and ...