No. 1 Pery Square Hotel & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... malls and cute little pubs everywhere. I have yet to go to a pub. I picked up some bedding and toiletries and headed back home. The people here are so extremely nice and their accents are irresistible. They could tell we were tourists and were always willing to help. Once we arrived back from downtown I came back to my apartment, took a shower and kind of settled in. Also met one of my roommates. She's a senior, or a "forth year", as ...
We headed off through the towns of Milltown and Castlemaine before stopping for photos at the beachside town of Inch. We had a short stop at Dingle before going for a drive around the very scenic Slea Head. There was a bit of excitement when we encountered an oncoming car along the very narrow and winding cliff side road. There was a lot of shuffling in forwards and reverse for both the car and the ...
Today we drove from Cork to Limerick via The Ring of Kerry. It was a beautiful drive. At times it felt like we were driving along Hwy 1 in California. We put our feet in the Atlantic Ocean (brrrrr) and searched for Sea Glass (found one piece). We were told that you must be on the road early or you would get stuck behind a bunch of coaches. We left early and we never even saw a Coach till the last part of the drive. Maybe we left too early! I could have used those extra ...
... listening to my Finnish friend engage in a lively conversation with a bent older man with a spark of wit about him as he serenaded us with bawdy songs, listening to my friends joke with a butcher, his apron wrapped around his waist. When we got too cold sitting for such a prolonged period (also watching our own breaths), I invited them back to my apartment and we warmed up with some tea. Then my friend and former housemate told me that if I am not busy tonight, I ...
... actually ordered fajitas because I'm craving more veggies. I know - seems weird to order fajitas in Ireland but those peppers and onions hit the spot. After breakfast this morning I went for a long walk in a forest park in Cratloe with Orla, Pat's wife. It was very misty/ drizzly so the views were nonexistent, but the woods were still very beautiful. Dennis returned from the office at about 11am and we headed down to Killarney for the day. We planned to confirm a few arrangements ...