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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to finish it, and because there is no work in the area, and the banks won't lend (they have been burnt 3 times here) the development remains in mothballs and is deteriorating. Been that way for several years. The government won't / can't help and won't move 'needy' people in because there s no work, so they would end up footing the bills for completion and benefits and who knows what. We are now starting to notice not only the very large houses about ...
... that shop sells wool scarves! And there’s one that sells ….” We squeeze the Ford into the last car park between the buses. It’s pay parking so I drop some euros into the machine. The machine has a minimum of two hours but hey, we will have only wasted about a euro on the unused time when we leave. Ha! Some time later, I return to the machine and purchase some more time. Fortunately, the tourist shops are ...
... had only been alert to potential cars passing after a photo stop, nearly giving me a bonus point on my climb before her boyfriend warned her I was coming. Back into the National Park and onto a smooth tarmacced road I was flying, though there is then a couple of miles on the Kerry way, which is a pebbly walkers' trail. The route to the N71 is well marked, though there may be a longer but quicker route. Nonetheless I was soon back on the road, and downhill yet again ...
... of architecture (making us think of Rich's brother Paul) and perfectly depicts the way of life on the island. It’s filled with stained glass, art, photos, quotes from writings, and even recordings of Blasket Island inhabitants telling stories in Gaelic. The last resident was moved off the island in the early 1950’s. We were a little rushed in the Centre since we were keeping an eye on time to get back for the laundry. I think you could spend several hours there to ...
... I went, once with a traditional tune, once with a Christmas tune (O Holy Night), with bits of explicatives shouted after I sang. The support here is great! Frankly, I am far from the greatest singer out there. All you folks back in LA make me feel like a little pipsqueek. But man, in Ireland you would think I was queen of the world. I tried to convince them I posess just a mere fraction of the talent that I encounter every day in the Golden State, ...