Parkway Hotel

Address: Park Road, Dunmanway, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Kotodai Koen Station area of Dunmanway, is near Dunboy Castle and Puxley Mansion.
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      Ferry to Wales

      A travel blog entry by kharby on Sep 23, 2014

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      7:00am start to catch the Ferry to Fishgard, Penbryn. Cardigan, Merlin's castle and lunch stop A wonderful dinner with harp music at an old, thatch roof restaurant,the Blue Anchor. It was so nice to see everyone gussied up for our last optional supper and entertainment night Hotel Copthorne, Cardiff for two nights Most of the people on the coach are now coughing or have had the cough... This was the joke from ...

      Dingle Pennisula

      A travel blog entry by jrklein3 on Aug 15, 2014

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      ... I was sick/edematous. Finally, I realized I was trying to put little Betsy's sandals on. Started the day with a good laugh and the story has spread like wildfire throughout the bus today. Today we toured the Dingle Pennisula on Slea Head Road. Stopped first at a glass cutter's studio to watch him, well,cut glass. He worked for Waterford for many years and for the last 10 years has owned his own operation-a real artisan. He creates his own designs, does all the cutting ...

      20th May

      A travel blog entry by kathryn62 on May 21, 2014

      ... sides down to the sea. Great scenery - lakes, famine fences and huts or beehives as they call them. Stopped at one area for the beehives and a little old lady allows you on her land for a donation - there was no way she was going to let you on the land until handed over the 2 euro donation! Amazing how they all lived, starved, died, or immigrated - of course a lot of the Americans were ...

      What a corker

      A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Apr 24, 2014

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      ... We later found out that part of the reason for there being so many ruins was that there had been a tax brought in for all buildings with roofs; this led to many of these relics having their roofs intentionally destroyed to avoid the tax, so lots of amazing old buildings were quickly reduced to unkempt ruins in a very short sighted tax grab. A huge shame!

      Jamie's uncle's brother, Ruari, who we ended up staying with, had recommended we stop at the Rock ...

      The Ring of Kerry and lots more Castles

      A travel blog entry by danasaffel on May 22, 2013

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      ... 3500 of them. But because they are built of limestone, which is quite porous and eroded by rain water, many of them have collapsed. The ones we visited have been fabulously restored and provide a wonderful picture into the life of medieval nobility in Ireland.

      Tomorrow we head around the coast and move to more useful pursuits (such as visiting the Waterford factory).

      Till then,
      Go n-eirí an t-ádh leat (Good luck to you),

      Tom and Dana