Listowel Arms Hotel

Address: The Square, Listowel, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on The Square, Listowel, is near Staigue Fort, Listowel Castle, Kerry Literary & Cultural Center, and St. John's Art and Heritage Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Listowel

    Week 9

    A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Sep 07, 2015

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    ... the dessert preparation area; it was nice because we were at a big communal table and we chatted throughout the meal with our table mates who were from Brazil. And of course, it didn't seem right to finish the meal without dessert since we were sitting right there where we could watch it being prepared, so we were stuffed when we left. I had worn some stylish wedges for the walk over, but carried my clunky sneakers in a bag to put on for the walk home down one steep hill and up another ...

    Week 5

    A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Aug 15, 2015

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    ... close to town on the Beaufort Rd.
    We arrived in Killorglin at about 6pm. Many of the streets in town were blocked off to traffic and were lined with booths selling all kinds of awful junk like fake Hollister and Nike stuff, sunglasses, ugly rugs, ugly shoes, tools, and toys. The main parking lot in town had the carnival from Killarney in it. The pubs were overflowing and it was ok to walk around town with a drink in your hand. King Puck was a little difficult to see because he ...

    Dingle Way - Day 1, Tralee to Camp

    A travel blog entry by chris_a on Jul 20, 2015

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    ... coast line to the Atlantic Ocean. Eventually the quality of the walking track deteriorated to a rocky scramble that tested out our feet, ankles and footwear. The strengthening wind was also gusting so hard we were almost blown off our feet on a number of occasions. Our goal for lunch was to find a spot that offered some shelter from the wind so we had some chance of biting into our ham and salad rolls before the filling was blown away by the (now howling) wind. A river ...

    Week 3

    A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Jul 30, 2014

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    ... carts, crazy local drivers, other cyclers, and walkers. It ended up taking us an hour and 20 minutes or so to do the round trip. We stopped at the Coffee Pot just when Maria was opening the place up; we needed to reward ourselves with cappuccino and breakfast! After showering and getting organized we headed off for the trailhead to Carrantouhil (highest mountain in Ireland) because there was a walk described in my Killarney Walks book called Hag's Glen that sounded ...

    Lost in Killarney

    A travel blog entry by goddessphoto on Sep 09, 2013

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    ... N70 to the N72; but it was when we needed to catch the N71 where things went awry. This exchange was supposed to happen in the town of Killarney. A good sized town, some may say a small city. At least on our Ireland map the letters are big and bold. We followed the signs and all the round-a-bouts and made our way through the crowded town. I even managed to start the Juke from a stand-still on a steep hill without hitting anyone behind me. And it was when we ...