Racket Hall Country House Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Our flight arrived at 5am. We were exhausted and couldn't get into our apartment until 2pm. We picked up our Kia ad headed out for a long, long, long ride. We headed south along the Dublin shoreline which was like going to Littleton for the day, but with traffic. Beautiful coutryside, little stone row houses painted so many different colors to determine which ...
... think stereotype once again) and inquired after the Ashgrove House owned by the Tierney's. The woman(Maria) says she married into the Tierney's family and brought the local storyteller/historian (Matt) up to meet us and before we knew it Matt, Maria, the hackney, Jane and I were piling into cars and going over to the Ashgrove House. Nobody was home but Marie said they wouldn't care if we looked around. Matt filled us in on all the ...
... craft shop, which had a massive robot Johnny number 5 from Short Circuit, so we had to go in for a look! He was only €1,500 or so too! :P They also had some very cool clocks, in the shape of a cuckoo bird (cuckoo clock), an old man (grandfather clock), and a fly (time flies), which were very cool! Might think about getting one! We had a chat with the girls working there about the Christmas Eve busking session that Bono from U2 ...
Never ending story has nothing on us. We followed GPS as we do, and it took us down a very small and cow poo road. Laughing all the way that this did not seem right. Got to end and turned around and went back and down another road, and guess what, there was a camp site.
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... other than pointing to the main centres (eg lots of roads but no actual signs indicating where roads lead too) we didn’t have any luck finding the town of Inch but we were definitely in the vicinity of it and took some photos with Jeff and his cow people. Co. Laios is a mix of farmland and well established old homes – lots of B & B places, open countryside and it is on a historic road trail though the area. Also lots of cute pubs ...