Menlo Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... carved out hole in the stone floor and pulling it up with dinner. The abbey is a ruin, with gravestones decorating every available space. The forest path to the fishing hut is tranquil and relaxing. The boys jump on the wooden bridge over the river, but to their dismay it does not shake. Kaeleb looks for fish in the water and we see some jumping out of the water, as if trying to take flight. Julian laughs at their antics.
... active than relaxing and we also spent a day in Clonakilty, the Irish home of Michael Collins and admirers of the Kennedy's, where we walked along the quiet streets and in a quaint local pub watched the Grand Nationals steeple-chasing competition. The St. Patrick's Day parade in Cork was a flurry of green and a gathering of people pretending, myself included, to be Irish for a day. When I got back to Prague (exhausted) from Ireland, I was reminded by an old ...
... songbook—What a Wonderful World, Walk on By, Lullaby of Birdland, and a bunch of other songs we can’t remember at this point. We didn’t know a soul there and ended up chatting with an American from Auburn University. We decided to leave early and ran into Declan, his family, and a couple of guys from the EXCEED faculty development program for civil engineers and had a nice conversation. Then it was back to the hotel for a good night’s ...
... of music, drinking and dancing (but mostly drinking).
Should be in Darwin !!!!
Continued on to Glenbeigh which nestles beneath the Seefin mountain at the entrance of a
horseshoe of mountains where the Behy river mingles with the waters of Dingle Bay. A lovely nearby beach of Rossbeigh and a very pretty stream also nearby.
Drove on further, stopped at a lookout near Kells Bay, while we were ...
... Am I bitter? Yes.
We stopped at a fjord ("fee-yord") in a town that is probably called Leenane (but I could be wrong.... my head is fuzzy today). Very pretty. The whole countryside is pretty, and their mountains aren't much bigger than the hills in Sunol but they're the biggest things I've seen in Ireland so far and they're snowcapped. Also had a lot of sheep. Very pretty! =) This was also the point in ...