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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... down the next bus that was approaching and it was the bus headed to Dunmanway! An hour bus ride later we found ourselves in the city square of Dunmanway. After asking three different people (and after two of them telling us that the walk would be impossible), we found the signs for "Funmanyway, home to Ireland's only Zorbing Experience". Turns out that the walk was not impossible because we did it! (almost got attacked by 4 black dogs, found a holy shrine/well, and passed a few ...
... 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 ...
Today we drove from Killarney along what is known as the Ring of Kerry a road which runs through the country out to the rugged south western coast of Ireland and back to Killarney via its spectacular lakes. This is a narrow 2 lane road. A very pretty drive. Some rugged and mountainous country and the Atlantic coast quite impressive. Returned mid afternoon to Killarney Dinner at Tralee followed by the young Irish dance ...
Monday (17th) today we caught the bus out to Blarney castle. The castle and grounds are stunning, probably the nicest castle we have been to yet. We made our way through the gardens to the castle, checking out the dungeons along the way. We weaved our way through the castle remains (you wouldn't want to be tall or wide) up the steep squishy spiral staircase, throughout different rooms finally coming out on top of the castle where we each took it in turns to lay ...
... meet and interact with them face to face. I feel like I'm being reunited with old friends. That really is the amazing part about being in an online program like this. Although, I technically only met these people face to face four days ago, after reading their work all year I feel like I've already known them forever.
So life is good so far. I'll definitely have more to report soon. We leave for Dublin and the Bloomsday Festival ...