Listowel Arms Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... oak woodlands in Ireland and is in a spectacular setting with mountains behind them and nearly going down to the coast. Walk we did was lovely, even came across a small stand of eucalypts. These rated a mention in the description of one of the walks, so they know they are there. I thought they should be removed, as they tend to take over an area if left to their own devices. It was encouraging to see lots of young oak trees regenerating on the old grasslands ...
... coffee and chocolate combo - yum.
The World Cup finals were on so we walked up to Kate Kearney's Cottage to watch the match between Germany and Argentina and have some dinner. The place was mobbed but we managed to get a table. At halftime Jessica and I left to take a walk up the gap road. The days are still very long here and it stays light past 10pm - makes it hard to get into bed at a reasonable time!
Monday morning (7/14) the weather looked like it could go either ...
... 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! ...
... are to our society, and how we should embrace these ways of life and not forget them.
We got back to the hotel at 11pm, and I spent about an hour loading pictures onto facebook. Unfortunately, I was totally wiped out and had to get some sleep. Therefore, I did not spend anytime writing my blog for the day, and since I’m writing it during the Ring of Kerry drive (Friday), there are obvious things I wish I had written down. Hopefully I have not forgotten too ...
... people slobber on each year? Ha ha! By now it was getting towards mid afternoon, so deciding to make Killarney for our stop we took of along a few back roads (Blarney is about 30 kilometres north of Cork) then back on the highway and got to a hotel at about 6pm! None of the hotels we have seen in Wales and Ireland have any air conditioning or fridges and this one was no different - it has been a hot day here (26 degrees) and our room was facing the sun with the curtains left ...