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 …
Well, here we are in our lovely B&B at Ennerdale Bridge after a marathon walk of 24.8kms! Boy were we pleased to get here! Those last couple of kms were hard but we are now showered, dry and ready to go to the local for well earned drinks and dinner.
Helen and I arrived yesterday after a day of train travel from London to St Bees, and Margot and Gail surprised us by walking over to ...
... claims it is home to the highest peak, Scafell Pike 978m, the deepest lake at 79m, and the smallest church, St Olaf's. I think all those claims are true. St Olaf's is the tiniest most charming little church, probably built around 1550 but possibly earlier. The story is that the beams were made from a Viking ship. The church has a special connection for climbers as you can imagine. Buildings in the area are dwarfed by the hills and people climbing on them look like ...
... s church at Wythop, it was a little difficult to find, but truly lovely and well worth it. We then drove to Workington where Chris grandmother Wheezy used to live, after that we drove to Whitecliff where we walked along the seafront. Both towns were a little underwhelming and quite obviously working class with row upon row of joined housing. On the way home we stopped of at the lake and had a drink in the ...
... at most) with seats on 2 sides and the stage in the middle. The stage was empty except for a small 3 tiered platform on either end. On 1 platform there was a pole reaching to the roof. The play itself was different with only 6 actors, 3 women and 3 men, where they had to use movement, facial expressions and words to tell the story with only a couple of props. The actors were all very good, but it isn’t a play we would choose to see ...