Ballykisteen Hotel and Golf Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... learn something. After a meal we wandered around the cemetery looking for Coughlan (pronounced Cocklan). Found a few headstones but they were recent additions to this cemetery. A combination of the sun, the late night and driving had taken its toll on me so we headed back to Kilkenny for an early retirement, a quiet evening and some research on where to visit ...
... to look over the edge. Don't think I would have looked over standing up. But it was very beautiful. After walking back against the wind we were both very pleased to get back into the car, where were headed to Limerick to stay the night. We found our hotel alright got changed and went for a pint. After a few pints and some D'n'M we hit the ...
... so many hugs, shed so many tears, watched others shed tears. Even tough guys are sitting at tables with water in their eyes. Where are the celebrations, the congratulations, the leaps for joys? All I see is sadness. Sadness about saying goodbye to classmates who we have grown to love, likely forever. I guess that’s what happens when the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance is but a small community on the opposite side of the river from the rest of campus. When we ...
... br> When we got on the bus to leave Dingle with the group, I made sure that the driver could drop us off in Limerick. Even though we had no idea where the hostel was and no way to determine how to get there at least we would be dropped off in the right city. About two hours later we entered into Limerick and the bus pulled over and let us out. So next to the Shannon River we stood, with our luggage and a map looking like ...
... shook their heads at us and drove past. Finally one guy pulled over, told us that he was off on a call but informed us that the busses aren't running today until half eleven, so he gave us a card for his company. My directions for where the company would pick us up "We are at the bus stop in the woods." Amazingly our man found us. Our trip to Dublin took about 3.5 hours and we emerged to meet a friend of mine who offered to show us around a bit. ...