Rathkeale House Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We all took a moment to help take pictures of each other and exchange stories and opinions and recommendations. Everyone even wished each other a Happy Thanksgiving. lol
Once we left the cliffs, it was nearly dark and we decided to head back to the castle. We were starrrrving because we got too caught up in the afternoon stopping at an old Church I saw and a beautiful park we stumbled on, that we hadn't eaten lunch! But instead of doing a ...
... exhibit that showed the evolution of Ireland beginning 30 million years ago. Did you know that Ireland used to be by the equator? We climbed up the walking path to view the cliffs and Jane and I had to hold each other down. It was like a wind tunnel right outside the Tower. If I had had an umbrella I would have taken off like Mary Poppins!! The views were incredible so it was worth it. Next ...
... we had sponge cake, ice cream, jelly ( which for us is jello ), and strawberries. After watching television and talking with Brid and Jared ( who I forgot to mention were Caramel and Pat's kids...... Brid : 15 years old, Jared : 16 years old. ), we went outside to the cows. Jared stayed inside to watch football, which they play a lot differently. We first had to find the cows out in the field, then we ducked under the rope and crouched in front of them. Pretty soon most of ...
... They all enjoyed having something to focus on and we had a really good day with them even though we were driving again.
We drove to the highest point on the island and saw a 360 view of the island and beyond. Wow! There were sheep freely grazing unaware of the beauty they were surrounded by. We all hopped out and had a bit of an explore. Next stop was on the Skellig trail not officially part of the ring but well worth the added km. Each of the little towns we drove though ...
... trip back to Limerick with 30 minutes to prepare for our traditional Irish evening of singing, eating and display of Irish dancing out at Bunratty folk park in the cornbarn. The dancers were amazing, as were the singers and musicians who encouraged audience participation. A good time was had by all and once again the comfy bed awaited our return at about 10.30pm.