Quality Hotel And Leisure Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
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... windy. Ended our tour at Dingle. Dad wanted to visit Dick Mack's pub, so we did. Cute little pub, where we had some refreshments. This pub has been in the same family for a few generations. I'm sure it would be great place to have a few at night, but I had to drive, so we couldn't indulge too much. Then had a quick bite after wandering around town. A beautiful little seaside village. Very ...
... abode looked anything like the pictures online. Luckily, it did! The apartment was a decently sized 1 bedroom with a full bath and kitchen area. The room's temperature could be regulated by opening two large French doors that looked out onto a bustling street in Temple Bar. After we were settled, we set off to see the city. We grabbed lunch at a hipster joint called Crowbar that served "health food.” At the time we didn't realize that we ...
Few more pics of Kilkenny from yesterday. Visited two churches. The first was the 12th century St Candices Anglican church of Ireland famous for its connection to the Obama's and the Tobin family! We noticed on a tomb in the church that the name Mary Tobin wife of John was written so we asked the lady working there about it mentioning Kathryn was a Tobin. She told us the Tobin name is a ...
... Centre and Famine Museum but being Sunday it was shut. Most annoying! I did notice an awful lot of people at mass so not a godless lot like us Kiwis.
The other thing that struck me as we passed through the towns was the size of the churches. Most of them were huge even in the smallest localities, and the church in Killarney was enormous. Certainly bigger that the Anglican cathedral in Christchurch.
... the basics so I'm not complaining. Staff are super friendly and extremely helpful and welcoming. Headed to Blarney Castle and Gardens. I can understand why so many people rave about it, It really is a must do experience of the world. Kissed the Blarney Stone, explored all of the hidden caves. ...