Old Kings Head
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We left Killarney by 8 and passed through Tralee, which is the capital of County Kerry. We learned of the Rose of Tralee, which is another tragic tale between the upper class and the lower Irish peasants. This is quite a common theme here in Ireland. Next we headed to County Limerick to see the Air Boat Museum in Foynes, Banratty Castle and the …
Remember you can click on any photo contained within the text and it will take you the album for this entry where you will be able to see the remaining photos. Finally, I have a few minutes to focus on the primary purpose of this blog which is to describe my experiences in the kitchen during this wonderful internship opportunity. I feel like I'm at a boot camp and a culinary summer camp at the same time. Everything ...
... all late 50's, and a father with his daughter (just finished school) from the midlands. It's becoming very friendly in the evenings catching up with these people and sharing the dramas of the day. Today we set off on a 25 km leg. The forecast was 23 degrees and fine. This proved to be a tad hot and sun cream was reapplied during the day. Who'd have thought it!? Our first segment was beside a river; lots of ...
... able to get to the circuit training course once a week. The class did me in this week, but I hope to be back again next week and do better. The place also has a pool (indoor) and lovely terrace along the lake by which to relax. Not a bad deal at all.
I understand this area is famous for its many walking trails, but I haven't figured that out yet. I'm in the midst of national park land and I discovered there are some ...
... path had more climbs so we were not very happy. Eventually we left the reservoir and got our first taste of the beautiful countryside to come in the next stage of the walk. Goodbye Lakes. We arrived in the delightful village of Bampton Grange at 4.30. We were both surprised at how good we felt. The feet have not got any worse since Day 2 and seem to be coping well with the daily pounding. No new blisters or dressings for me...amazing! Katrina wanted me to point out she has not had any ...